Stephen Bartlett

Stephen Bartlett is the Associate Director of the Radow College of Humanities and Social Sciences Office of Digital Education and a Senior Lecturer of World History at Kennesaw State University (second largest university in Georgia, USA). Kennesaw State University is in the Atlanta metro area in the state of Georgia in the United States. Born and raised in the southern United States, Stephen graduated with a BA in History from Georgia State University, a MA in European History from Clemson University, and is a PhD candidate in Early Modern European History at St. Louis University.

He specializes in the history of popular piety and the papacy of the late medieval and renaissance periods.  Stephen's work also includes training faculty in how to make online teaching materials accessible to persons with disabilities (ADA compliance/accessibility) and supporting faculty in creating assignments and assessments that deter cheating and academic dishonesty. Stephen is also a semi-professional photographer with works exhibited on three continents and in numerous publications.  Stephen is also a gourmand, and he can be called upon at a moment's notice to name the best restaurant in any of the many neighborhoods in Atlanta. 

He lives in the Atlanta metro area with his wife, Jennifer, and his cats Cleopatra, Nefertiti, and Sebastian.