Dmitri Brown

DMITRI BROWN {[email protected]} is a PhD candidate in history with a designated emphasis in Native American studies at the University of California, Davis. His dissertation focuses on the history of the Tewa Pueblos of Northern New Mexico and conceptions of modernity in the Southwest. He has served as an editor for Santa Clara Pueblo community-based publications.

Mormon Modernity David Walker. Railroading Religion: Mormons, Tourists, and the Corporate Spirit of the West

Articles/Essays – Volume 53, No. 3

Railroading Religion is a welcome addition to the influx of timely scholarship published in anticipation of the 150-year anniversary of the Golden Spike ceremony. The tensions between religion, geography, and history provide a thought-provoking backdrop to…

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