Hector Kilgoe

Graduate Associate
Mask & Wig, Birthday, Bishop White (First Floor)

Hector Kilgoe is a PhD student, studying religion, race, and politics, with particular interest in Black Nationalism, formations of Black identities, and the role of religious leaders and organizations in protest movements. He received his MTS degree in African and African American Religious Studies from Harvard Divinity School, where he was a Junior fellow in the Science, Religion, and Culture Program. Hector received his BA in Religious Studies, with minors in Jewish Studies and East Asian Languages and Civilizations, from the University of Pennsylvania, where he was a Benjamin Franklin Scholar. Hector lived in Riepe College House during his first year, and he is going into his fourth year on staff as an RA/GA. This year, he is the GA for the Living Cultures program.