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Brodnax Publishes Entry on Antwan “Big Boi” Patton

The entry on Antwan “Big Boi” Patton, the Grammy-award winning hip hop artist, songwriter, and record producer, and half of the groundbreaking duo OutKast, appears in “The African American National Biography.”

Fry Presents at Conference on Laura Ingalls Wilder

Prof. of History John Fry, Ph.D., recently presented at the Midwestern History Conference in Grand Rapids, Mich. He participated on a panel titled “‘Everyone Has a Wilder Story:’ Laura Ingalls Wilder, the Midwest, and Historical Research.” “It was a privilege to join Bill Anderson and John Miller,” Fry noted on his blog, “The Faith of … Continue reading “Fry Presents at Conference on Laura Ingalls Wilder”

Dieleman Receives Grant from Calvin Institute of Worship

Trinity Assistant Professor of History Kyle Dieleman, Ph.D., is one of the inaugural recipients of the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship’s Teacher-Scholar Grants for 2019-2020, as part of its Vital Worship Grants Program from the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship, Grand Rapids, Michigan, with funds provided by Lilly Endowment Inc.

LeMahieu ’20 Presents at Student Research Conference

Congratulations to Sarah LeMahieu ’20, who recently presented at the Midwest Regional Conference on Faith and History (CFH) Student Research Conference.

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Fry Receives Grant to Study Faith of Little House Author

Trinity’s Dr. John J. Fry, professor of history, has been awarded a Hoover Presidential Foundation Travel Grant. With this grant, he plans to spend several days in June at the Hoover Presidential Library-Museum and Hoover National Historic Site in West Branch, Iowa, to research “The Faith of Laura Ingalls Wilder.”

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Dieleman to Present at Conference in Cambridge

Dr. Kyle Dieleman, assistant professor of history, will be presenting a paper at the upcoming Society for Reformation Studies’ 25th Annual Conference at Westminster College.

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