Tim Holder defends his M.A.A.T. Thesis: "Religion and the Presidents from the Old South"
3:00 PM – 4:30 PM on Apr 4, 2014
Where: Henderson Humanities Building, Room 210
On Friday, April 4, Tim Holder will defend his M.A.A.T. thesis, "Religion and the Presidents from the Old South," from 3-4:30 PM in Henderson Hall, room 210 (the meeting room). The event is open to the public. Dr. Andrew Smith will chair the committee, and Dr. Mel Hawkins is also on the committee. Tim's thesis deals with the religiosity of those United States presidents who hailed from the Southern part of the new nation from George Washington to Andrew Johnson.