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Bradley Kime

Douglas S. Holladay Sr. and Cary N. Moon Jr. Jefferson Fellow
Class: 2020
Hometown: Bountiful, Utah
Degrees:
B.A. Brigham Young University (2013)
M.A. Utah State University (2015)
School:
Graduate School of Arts & Sciences
Department:
Religious Studies

Bradley Kime is a doctoral student in American religious studies at the University of Virginia. His article, “Infidel Deathbeds: Irreligious Dying and Sincere Disbelief in Nineteenth-Century America” was published in Church History in June 2017. Bradley received his B.A. in history from Brigham Young University and his M.A. in history from Utah State University.

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