S. Ellsworth Editorial Fellow, 2013-2015
Kime grew up in Bountiful, Utah with his ten siblings and wonderful
parents. He studied history at Brigham Young University and graduated
as Valedictorian in 2013. Two of his undergraduate papers will
be published in 2014—“Exhibiting Theology: James E.
Talmage and Mormon Public Relations, 1915–1920,” in
the Journal of Mormon History and “American Unitarians and
the George B. English Controversy,” in Religion in the Age
of Enlightenment. He is an MA student emphasizing the history
of American Christianities. His thesis will explore how nineteenth-century
Catholics utilized the Mormon Problem in their critiques of Protestant
political power. He is the S. George Ellsworth Editorial Fellow
at the Western Historical Quarterly and he loves his job.