I study Baptists in America and Britain during the seventeenth through the nineteenth century. Particularly, I am interested in how their theological ideas, including positions they took on ecclesiology and eschatology, informed their political and ethical views and actions. I am interested in how these intersected with big events such as the Revolutionary War or small, local ones such as the North Carolina Regulator’s Rebellion.
- B.A. in History with a minor in Global Studies, summa cum laude, University of Arkansas, 2021
- Fulbright U.S. Student Program, Alternate, 2021
- J. William Fulbright Award for Graduating History Majors with the Highest Grade Point Average, University of Arkansas Department of History, 2021
- Jesse Taylor, Jr. Scholarship for Outstanding History Students, University of Arkansas Department of History, 2021
- Phi Alpha Theta Undergraduate Paper Award for an Outstanding Undergraduate Essay, University of Arkansas Department of History, 2021
- Society of Mayflower Descendants Award for Doctoral Research in American History, University of Arkansas Department of History, 2021
- Phi Beta Kappa, 2021
- Summa Cum Laude, University of Arkansas, 2021
- Student Undergraduate Research Fellowship, State of Arkansas award, 2020-2021
- Violet B. Gingles Award for best manuscript essay on a local Arkansas topic, Arkansas Historical Association, April 2020
- paper title: "'A Lot of High-combed Roosters': Agrarian Populism and the 1901 Split in the Arkansas Baptist State Convention"
"'A New Sensation': John Locke and the Sovereignty of God in Jonathan Edwards' Conception of the New Birth." Ozark Historical Review 48 (Spring 2020).
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