Jordan F Bratt

Jordan F Bratt

Jordan F Bratt

U.S. History: 19th century religious history, mormon history, digital history

Jordan Bratt is a doctoral candidate studying nineteenth-century religious history, Mormon history, and digital history. He received his Bachelor's degree in Geography and Geographic Information Systems from Brigham Young University and his Master's degree in American History from George Mason University. He is currently a research assistant on the Mapping Early American Elections project. Jordan was selected as a Digital History Fellow at the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media from 2014-2015.

Grants and Fellowships

McKinnon-Morton Research Fellowship, George Mason University, 2017

Digital History Fellowship, George Mason University, 2014 - 2015


M.A., History, George Mason University, 2016

B.S., Geography, Brigham Young University, 2014

Recent Presentations

“Mapping the Gathering: Visualizing Mormonism's Perpetual Emigrating Fund using R” European Social Science History Conference, Belfast, Northern Ireland, April 2018

“Application for Passage": The Mormon Perpetual Emigrating Fund Company and Religious Experience, American Society of Church History Winter Conference, Washington D.C., January 2018

Searching for Mormonism: Digital Religion in the Age of YouTube, Mormon History Association's Annual Conference, Snowbird, Utah, June 2016