Abigail Higgins

Research Interests

My research focuses on 20th century United States religion and culture. Specifically, I am interested in the ways in which evangelical Christians responded to elements of popular culture and entertainment, such as film, television, and literature, and how those interactions reveal evangelical attitudes toward cultural engagement.

  • B.A. in University Scholars, Baylor University, 2018, with concentrations in history, philosophy, great texts, and German

Regent’s Gold Scholarship, Baylor University (2014-18); Baylor University Scholarship (2014-18); Baptist Heritage Scholarship, Baylor University (2014-18); National Merit College-Sponsored Scholarship (2014-18); C. Clifton and Betsy Sharp Robinson Endowed Scholarship Fund in the Honors College, Baylor University (2014-18); Goodrich International Scholarship, Baylor University (2016); Dean’s List (2014-18); Guittard Fellowship, Baylor University (2018-19)



Other Information

I am a member of Phi Beta Kappa, and the current vice president of Baylor’s chapter of Phi Alpha Theta. Currently, I am also working as a mentor with Baylor’s Academic Support Programs.