PhD (expected 2019)
My general area of interest is eighteenth-century religious and intellectual history with a focus on the “catholick” Congregationalists of Boston, Massachusetts. I most enjoy researching how transatlantic networks and cross-cultural interactions shaped Christian theology and practice in Colonial and Revolutionary America.
B.A., History, University of Central Arkansas; M.A., History, University of Central Arkansas
Graduate School Fellowship, Baylor University; Outstanding History Student, University of Central Arkansas (2014-2015).
Review of Biblia Americana, Volume 4: Ezra–Psalms
, edited by Harry Clark Maddux (Grand Rapids, Michigan: Baker Academic, 2015). Early American Literature
While earning a Masters I worked as Graduate Assistant at the University of Central Arkansas, and I currently have the privilege of serving as Graduate Fellow with the Academy for Teaching and Learning at Baylor University.