Jason Palmer

JASON PALMER holds a PhD in anthropology from the University of California, Irvine. He is currently a K-12 educator in a small mountain town in Northern California. Forever Familias, his forthcoming book from the University of Illinois Press, will be one of the first anthropological monographs about Mormonism. Through his exploration of Peruvian Mormonism, he aims to help unravel the colonial regimes of race, religion, kinship, and gender in order to restore Indigenous governance to Abya Yala.

Tiny Papers: Peruvian Mormon Substances of Relatedness

Articles/Essays – Volume 56, No. 4

Listen to a conversation about this piece here. JACOBA:[1] I have my genealogical abilities, and I wield them as I see fit. JASON: And you saw fit to marry your son to Chalo’s daughter? JACOBA:…

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