Thomas Flagel is an assistant professor of History at Columbia State Community College in Tennessee. He holds degrees from: Loras College (B.A., History); Kansas State University (M.A., European History); Creighton University, (M.A., International Relations); and has studied at the University of Vienna. He is currently a doctoral student at Middle Tennessee State University in Public History.
Author of four books, Flagel also serves on the Battle of Franklin Trust board of directors, the Carter House board of directors, the Franklin Battlefield Preservation Commission, Franklin’s Charge board of directors, and works with many other preservation groups, including the Civil War Trust.
He is also the writer and narrator of “Sesquicentennial Stories” on WAKM Radio, a series that was nominated for the Peabody Award in 2011.
Flagel currently resides in Franklin, Tennessee.
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