Samuel J. Kelley

Samuel J. Kelley
Ph.D. Candidate
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Prof. Kelley is currently teaching at the University of Northwestern - St. Paul as an adjunct professor in the Department of History & Related Fields. 


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Research Interests

My research interests are religion, politics, and society in the modern United States(1865-present). I also have longstanding interests in the history of East Asia and historiography.

Exam fields: modern U.S. (major field; emphasis on political history); American religious history (dissertation field); modern China (minor teaching field).

  • M.A. in History, Boise State University 
  • B.A. magna cum laude in History and Philosophy, Boise State University
  • Guittard Fellowship, Baylor University, 2016-2017
  • Graduate School Fellowship, Baylor University, 2016-2020
  • Graduate School Fellowship, Boise State University, 2012-2013
  • "Augustine's Model of the Two Cities in the Historiography of George M. Marsden," Fides et Historia 48 (Summer/Fall 2016): 1-20.
  • Forthcoming entries in American Religious History: Belief and Society through Time (ABC-CLIO)
Curriculum Vitae

Sam Kelley CV

Other Information

Before coming to Baylor I worked for two years as a high school Latin teacher and taught a course on globalization at my alma mater.