Visit & Contact
Visitors are welcome to stop by the Keston Center for Religion, Politics, and Society without a prior appointment to receive a tour, learn about the Keston Archives and Library, ask reference questions, or use the Michael Bourdeaux Research Center for quiet study.
The Keston Center staff encourages those wishing to conduct research, especially for an extended period of time, to schedule visits by calling (254) 710-1519 or emailing Keston_Center@baylor.edu.
Maps, Directions and Parking
The Keston Center for Religion, Politics, and Society is located on the 3rd floor of Carroll Library at 1429 South 5th Street (the corner of 5th and Speight Streets).
Parking, including handicapped, is available in the Speight Plaza Parking Garage (the corner of Speight Avenue and South 4th Street) and behind the Bobo Spiritual Life Center (the corner of James Avenue and South 5th Street). For more parking locations, go to the Baylor Campus Map
Associate Professor, Director of the Keston Center for Religion, Politics, and Society and Director of Baptist Collections and Library Advancement
Russian Language Specialist
By drawing upon its rich resources, Baylor University offers a wide range of courses that intersect with the mission of the Keston Center. These include classes in Russian and East European languages and Asian Studies, as well as Religion, Theology, History and Political Science. Many Baylor faculty who teach in these areas serve on the Keston Advisory Board and work closely with the Keston Center faculty and staff.