Professor Stephen Tuck

I would like to hear from potential DPhil students in area of race and religion in modern America (including connections/comparisons abroad) or any potential Masters students studying US history MSt.; Social and Economic History MPhil

I currently teach:


Approaches Modern American History (General History XVI & XVII)
  Special Subject: Race, Religion and Resistance in Jim Crow America 
  Disciplines in History


  • Race not Place: The Invasion, and Possible Retreat, of British Historians of the American South

  • The Doubts of Their Fathers: The God Debate, and the Conflict between African American Churches and Civil Rights Organizations between the World Wars

  • Evangelicals and Race

  • The Other Special Relationship: Race, Rights, and Riots in Britain and the United States

  • Fictions of Speculation Response