Hector Kilgoe

Hector Kilgoe

Junior Fellow, 2016-2017
Hector Kilgoe

Hector Kilgoe is a Master of Theological Studies candidate at Harvard Divinity School, focusing on African and African American Religious Studies. As an SRC Junior Fellow, Hector will analyze the use of time travel in science fiction as a tool for social commentary, especially with respect to the intersections of race and ethnicity, nationality, and gender and sexuality: How is time travel employed in science fiction to illuminate writers’ reflections about cultures of the past and present as well as their aspirations or predictions for the future? Before returning to his home state of Massachusetts to study at Harvard Divinity School, Hector majored in Religious Studies at the University of Pennsylvania with minors in Jewish Studies and East Asian Languages and Civilizations.

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