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Kevin R. Kragenbrink <firstname.lastname@example.org>
California State University, San Bernardino
20th-century gender based efforts by evangelical Christians to influence men.
The interrelationship of American economic and business ideologies and American Religious ideologies.
|Address:||Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship
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|Interests:||American History / Studies
Business History / Studies
Political History / Studies
Religious Studies and Theology
Women, Gender, and Sexuality
Ph. D., Auburn University, 1996. Modern U.S. History.
M. A., Pepperdine University, 1991. Religion/Church History
B. A., Pacific Christian College, 1985, Summa Cum Laude. Church Growth/Biblical Studies.
1998-Current, Adjunct Professor in History and Education: California State University, San Bernardino, CA
1998-Current, Adjunct Professor in the Humanities: University of Redlands, Redlands, CA
1993-1996, Adjunct Professor in History: Troy State University, Ft. Benning, GA
1992-1996, Graduate Teaching Assistant: Auburn University History Department, Auburn, AL
1985-1988 Teacher: Grades 7-12, West Valley Christian School, West Valley, CA
July 1999- Current, Executive Director, Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship, College of Business and Public Administration, CSUSB
1996-1999, Pastor, Hope Community Church, Highland, CA.
1988-1992, Pastor, Hope Christian Church, Tustin, CA.
1974-1980, Material Supply Specialist, US Army.
SIGNIFICANT HONORS AND AWARDS
1999/2000 Faculty Appreciation Award, CSUSB Student Athlete's Council.
1995-96 Louisville Institute Dissertation Fellowship.
1996 Elected to membership in The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi.
1995 Malcolm C. McMillan Award for the Outstanding Graduate Paper in.
1994 Partin Award for Outstanding Service to the History Department, Auburn University.
1993 Phi Alpha Theta National Paper Prize.
1993 Best Graduate Paper: Phi Alpha Theta Regional Conference, Samford University, Birmingham, AL.
1993 Received into membership in Phi Alpha Theta - International History Honor Society.
1986 Kenneth Stewart Scholarship for Study in Religion, Pepperdine University, Malibu, CA.
1985 Departmental Scholarship for Students in Religion, Pepperdine University, Malibu, CA.
1985 Received into membership in Pi Beta Sigma - Bible College Academic Honor Society.
"We Must Have Men: George P. Taubman and Gender-Based Appeals to Men in American Evangelicalism, 1920-1940." Currently under review at Pacific Historical Quarterly.
"A Matter of Fundamentals: Disciples of Christ and the Modernist/Fundamentalist Controversy, 1920-1929." Restoration Quarterly, Winter 2000, 1-17.
"Everyone Called Him George: A Brief Biographical Essay of George P. Taubman," Leaven, forthcoming.
"Scopes in Reverse: Edwards v. Agullar and the Creation/Evolution Debate in Modern America." In the Indian Journal of American Studies, vol. 25, No. 1, (Winter 1995): 108-120.
Review of Sometimes in the Wrong, But Never in Doubt: George S. Benson and the Education of the New Religious Right (Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1994) in Alabama Review 49 (July 1996): 236-38.
CONFERENCES AND PRESENTATIONS
"Fundamentalism and the Independent Christian Churches." Presented to the Stone-Campbell History Seminar, Pepperdine University, May 1998.
"We Must Have Men: George P. Taubman and the Language of Gender-Based Appeals to Men in American Evangelicalism, 1920-1940." Presented at the American Academy of Religion, Western Region Meeting, March 1998.
Moderator and respondent for panel entitled "Science, Capitalism, and Religion at the Turn of the Twentieth Century," at the American Academy of Religion, Western Region Meeting, March 1998.
Commentator and Chair for panel session on Progressive Era United States, Phi Alpha Theta Regional Conference, Auburn, Alabama, March 1995.
"Rousing the Religious Right: James DeForest Murch and the National Association of Evangelicals, 1945-1970." Phi Alpha Theta Colloquium, Auburn University, Fall 1994.
"A Matter of Fundamentals: The Modernist/Fundamentalist Controversy Among the Disciples of Christ." Phi Alpha Theta Regional Conference, Birmingham, Alabama, March 1993.
DISSERTATION AND CURRENT RESEARCH:
My Dissertation titled: "Dividing the Disciples: Social, Cultural, and Intellectual Sources of Division in the Disciples of Christ, 1919-1945." Studies the interplay of social/cultural change and religious ideology in the development of intra-denominational religious conflict in modern America. My work illustrates how conflict among religious Americans often occurs as the result of changing views regarding issues of social and political concern as well as from differences over issues of doctrine and polity.
PROFESSIONAL/COMMUNITY SERVICE AND ELECTED OFFICES
On-Line Editor, H-AmRel, on line discussion list for scholars interested in the study of Religion in America, Feb. 2000 - Present.
College of Extended Learning Advisory Board Member, Jan. 2000 - Present.
Resource Center for Nonprofit Managment Executive Board Member, 1999 - Present.
Faculty Merit Increase Reveiw Committee, History Dept., CSUSB, 1999/2000.
Enrollment Management Quality Improvement Team Member, Auburn University, 1995 - 1996
Graduate Student Representative, Graduate Committee, History Department, Auburn University, 1995-1996
Program Coordinator, Phi Alpha Theta Regional History Conference, Auburn University, March 1995
Graduate Student Organization Senator, History Department, Auburn University, 1994-1995
Graduate Teaching Assistant Captain, History Department, Auburn University, 1994-1995
Student Council President, Pacific Christian College, 1984-1985
American Historical Association
American Society of Church History
American Academy of Religion
Organization of American Historians
U.S. Association for Small Business & Entrepreneurship
Small Business Institute Directors Association
Disciples of Christ Historical Society