Dr. Connor S. Kenaston is an Assistant Professor of History and Ainsworth Scholar in American Culture at Randolph College. His teaching and scholarship examine the social and cultural history of the United States and the Atlantic World. He also has expertise in public humanities and critical pedagogy. Connor received his PhD from the University of Virginia in 2022. His current project, “Faith Networks: National Broadcasting and the Making of American Religion,” examines the history of religion and radio during the American century. His article, “Step by Step: American Interracialism and the Origins of Talk-First Activism,” was recently published in Modern American History.
Connor Kenaston is an Assistant Professor of History and Ainsworth Scholar in American Culture at Randolph College. He is working on a history of religion and radio in the American century.