Scholarly Network in Baptist Studies
The Baptist Studies Center for Research has contact with multiple faculty members, post-doctoral students, and current doctoral students with expertise and research interests in a variety of fields related to religion and Baptist studies. These researchers are divided below by categories of current work status, and information about each researcher can be found through the page links below. If you are a Baptist Studies scholar and wish to be added to the network list below, please contact Dr. Doug Weaver, Director of the Baptist Studies Center for Research.
Faculty Members - Baylor University Religion Department
Dr. Doug Weaver - Director - Baptist history; Pentecostal history
Dr. Adam Bond- Baptist History; African American Religion; Religion in the U.S.
Dr. Joao Chaves- History of Christianity in the Américas; World Christianity; religion and migration; missions
Dr. Joe Coker - Baptist history; Religion in the American South; the Church and Prohibition
Dr. Elizabeth Flowers - American religious history; history of evangelicalism; women and gender in the history of Christianity
Dr. Mandy McMichael - Baptist History; Beauty and Religion; Evangelicalism; Missions and Evangelism; Women in Ministry
Dr. Mikeal Parsons- Baptist biblical hermeneutics; nineteenth-century U.S. Baptist history
The Broader Baylor Network
Beth Allison Barr (Baylor University History Department)- The James Vardaman Endowed Professor of History
Barry Hankins (Baylor University History Department)- Professor History and Editor, Journal of Church and State
Kimberly Kellison (Baylor University History Department) Associate Dean and Associate Professor of History