Lisa Tendrich Frank is an award-winning historian, editor, and writer on issues related to American women, the nineteenth century, and the American Civil War. A Ph.D. from the University of Florida, she has taught at universities across the country. She has published books and articles on women's and American military history, has lectured widely, served as an on camera and off camera expert for historical documentaries, and has worked as a consultant for various non-profits and public history projects. She is available for guest lectures, teacher training, editorial assistance, and consulting work.
She is currently writing a book on the forced eviction of civilians from Atlanta in 1864.