Bradley Kime

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

Bradley is a second-year doctoral student in Religious Studies. His interests are in nineteenth and twentieth-century American religion, irreligion, and Mormonism, as well as religion and law. His research explores religious conflict and the ways religious communities contend with disbelief. His work is in publication through a variety of venues, from top-tier journals like Religion and American Culture to more popular academic/trade presses like Palgrave Macmillan.

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