Ph.D. Candidate (American Religious History), The Florida State University
M.A. (American Religious History),The Florida State University, 2017
B.A. (History), The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, 2013
Tucker is a historian of American religion, and specializes in early evangelicalism. He is currently at work on a dissertation that interrogates the connection between space and the rise of evangelical revival in the eighteenth-century English-speaking world. His research, supported by the Historical Society of the Episcopal Church and the Episcopal Church Foundation, has been accepted for publication in journals like the The New England Quarterly and Jonathan Edwards Studies.
Evangelicalism in the 18th-century British Atlantic
Academic Fellowship, Episcopal Church Foundation, 2019-21
Research Grant, Historical Society of the Episcopal Church, 2020
Porterfield Prize, Department of Religion, The Florida State University, 2020
“‘Craved Reality’: Perry Miller, Sinclair Lewis, and Puritanism.” Jonathan Edwards Studies, Vol. 9, No. 2 (2019): 1-27
“‘This Vally of Dry Boons’: A Boston Woman’s Plea to George Whitefield.” The New England Quarterly (accepted with revisions).
Conference & Presentation Highlights
“The Spatial Evangelicalism of Jonathan Edwards” presented at American Society of Church History’s Annual Winter Meeting, New York City, N.Y., January 3-6, 2020.
American Society of Church History