PhD Candidate (expected 2018)
Broadly, I am interested in the intersection of religion, culture, and gender in the United States during the twentieth century. Specifically, I am studying the impact of changes in gender norms on evangelical women and their churches from 1940-1965.
B.A. in History, University of Northwestern Saint Paul; M.A. in History, Baylor University
Lynn E. May Study Grant, Southern Baptist Historical Library and Archives, 2016-2017. Torrey M. Johnson Grant, Billy Graham Center Archives, July 2016. Baylor Graduate School Fellowship (2013-Present); Presidential Scholarship, University of Northwestern Saint Paul, (2006); Deans List, University of Northwestern Saint Paul, (2006-2009); Academic Achievement in Education, University of Northwestern Saint Paul, (2007)
Forthcoming: “'Every Principle of Religion, of Patriotism, and of Humanity': The Civil War, Women, and Independence, Texas” in Slavery, Civil War, and Freedom: Texas Baptists in the Civil War Era,
LSU Press, 2016.
Review of Owen Strachan. Awakening the Evangelical Mind: An Intellectual History of the Neo-Evangelical Movement.
Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2015. 238 pp.
“The Queen of Texas Fashion: The Grace Rosanky Putnam Jones Papers.” The Southwestern Archivist
38, no. 2 (May 2013).