David Roach

Ph.D Student (expected 2021)
Advisor: T. Michael Parrish
Research Interests: My research seeks to locate nineteenth-century American Catholics within broader racial, intellectual, and political trends. My current thesis seeks to explore how Catholics and Protestants understood society and the nature of American pluralism after the Civil War.
Education: MA in History, Baylor University; BA in History and German, Hillsdale College
Awards/Fellowships: Guittard Fellowship, 2015-2016, Baylor University; Charles O. Lee, Jr. and Louise K. Lee Charitable Foundation Scholarship in History, 2013-2015
Miscellaneous: Last year, I served as a teaching assistant, and I currently work as an editorial assistant for the Baylor University Institute for Oral History.