Anna Holdorf is a doctoral candidate whose research focuses on the intersection between 20th-century U.S. religion, politics, and the environment. Her dissertation, “A Harvest for Heaven and Earth: Religion, Agriculture, and Development in the Americas from 1900-1990,” examines the role of Christian missionaries and religious organizations in the United States’ rural and agricultural development efforts in Latin America. Anna holds a B.A. from the College of William and Mary and an M.A. from Boise State University. Her work has been generously supported by grants from the Harry S. Truman Library Institute, the Rockefeller Archive Center, the American Catholic Historical Association, the Presbyterian Historical Society, and Notre Dame’s Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts.