Kevin Kruse

Kevin Kruse is an associate professor in history at Princeton University. Kruse is also the author of “White Flight: Atlanta and the Making of Modern Conservatism,” and has been honored as one of America’s “Innovators in the Arts and Sciences” by the Smithsonian Magazine. Kruse was selected as one of the top young historians in the country by the History News Network. He has made many academic attributions as co-author of “The New Suburban History: Historical Societies of Urban America,” and editor of “The Spaces of the Modern City: Imaginaries, Politics, and Everyday Life.” Currently working on “One Nation Under God: Cold War Christianity and the Origins of the Religious Right,” Kruse is examining a social movement which originated, in no small part, in religious conservatives' reaction to Supreme Court decisions on school prayer, abortion, homosexual rights and other issues.

Kevin Kruse