Stephen R. Di Trolio Coakley

PhD Student | History & Ecumenics (World Christianity and History of Religions)

Stephen R. Di Trolio Coakley
History & Ecumenics

Stephen R. Di Trolio Coakley, MDiv '21, is a PhD Student in the Department of History and Ecumenics, focusing on World Christianity and History of Religions at Princeton Theological Seminary. Stephen was born in Costa Rica and grew up in Argentina, where he returned to live after college in the United States. In Buenos Aires, he was a youth worker with international students, taught at a local seminary, and worked alongside rural education projects in Nicaragua before coming to Princeton. His research interests include Latin American political history, Pentecostalism in Argentina, social movements, political theology, and decolonial theory. He holds a BA in Theological Studies from the University of Valley Forge, has completed coursework in the Sociology of Culture program in the Instituto de Altos Estudios Sociales at the Universidad Nacional de San Martín, and received his MDiv from Princeton Theological Seminary.

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