Morgan Hundley

Morgan Hundley is from Birmingham, AL. She majored in Ancient Religion and Society, an interdepartmental program in Religious and Classical studies. She is also a history minor with a concentration in Europe and Russia. While at Duke, Morgan was a Deans’ Summer Research Fellow and a Seymour H. Shore Fellow with Jewish Studies Department. Her paper, “A Moral Crusade: The Preservation of Segregation by Southern Baptists in Alabama from 1930-1968,” was published in the Crimson Historical Review. Morgan also presented her paper, “Fundamentalist Evangelicals & American Jews: Friends, Missionaries, Politicians” at the North Carolina Religious Studies Association’s annual conference, which won first prize in the undergraduate category. In the Fall, she will pursue a Masters of Religious Studies with a concentration in New Testament at Yale Divinity School. In her free time, Morgan enjoys cooking, baking, tennis, and reading psychological thrillers.


Honors Thesis:
Loving Leadership, Joyful Submission: The Dismantling of Female Ordination in the Southern Baptist Denomination