Kelly Baker Wins FSU Graduate Research and Creativity Award
From the Florida State University Department of Religion Page:
Kelly Baker, a Ph.D. candidate in American religious history, currently teaching at the University of New Mexico, won the FSU Graduate Research and Creativity Award for 2007-2008. Kelly will defend her dissertation on the Ku Klux Klan shortly. This is the second consecutive year that a Religion graduate student has won this prestigious university award. Last year, Michael Pasquier won. Pasquier’s dissertation, also in the area of American religious history, will be published by Oxford University Press.