• Title Sumner M. Redstone Professor of Narrative Studies
  • Office 203B
  • Education BA, University of Rhode Island
    MA, University of Missouri (O.O. McIntyre Fellow)
    Batten Fellow, Darden School of Business Administration, University of Virginia

Professor Zuckoff is the author of seven nonfiction books, including 13 Hours: The Inside Account of What Really Happened in Benghazi, a No. 1 New York Times bestseller and the basis of the movie, 13 Hours. His previous books include Frozen in Time and Lost in Shangri-La, both New York Times bestsellers. Lost in Shangri-La received the Winship/PEN New England Award. Zuckoff is a former special projects reporter at the Boston Globe, where he was a Pulitzer Prize finalist for investigative reporting as a member of the Spotlight Team. He received the Distinguished Writing Award from the American Society of Newspaper Editors, the Livingston Award for International Reporting, the Heywood Broun Award and the Associated Press Managing Editors’ Public Service Award. Zuckoff has written for The New Yorker, The New York Times, and numerous other publications. He is director of the BU Power of Narrative Conference and is working on a nonfiction narrative account of 9/11, to be published by HarperCollins.

Group
Faculty
Departments/Site Areas
Journalism
Degree Programs
MS in Journalism