David Clark Knowlton
DAVID CLARK KNOWLTON, associate professor of anthropology at Utah Valley State College, specializes in the anthropology of religion in Latin America. He presented an earlier version of this paper at the Society for the Anthropology of Religion in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 2005, and at the Sunstone Symposium in Salt Lake City, August 2005. Portions of the research for this paper were funded by a Presidential Faculty Fellowship, the office of Vice President Brad Cook, the School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences, and the Department of Behavioral Sciences, all at Utah Valley State College.
Mormonism in Latin America: Towards the Twenty-first Century
Articles/Essays – Volume 29, No. 1
Missionaries, Missions, Converts, Cultures: Mormon Passage: A Missionary Chronicle by Gary Shepherd and Gordon Shepherd
Articles/Essays – Volume 33, No. 1
How Many Members Are There Really? Two Censuses and the Meaning of LDS Membership in Chile and Mexico
Articles/Essays – Volume 38, No. 2