Robert Greenwell

ROBERT GREENWELL {[email protected]} is an independent scholar specializing in Mormon studies. He received a BS in history at Weber State University, an MA in history at the University of Utah, and was a doctoral candidate in history at The Ohio State University, specializing in modern German history. From 1972–1974 he was a DAAD Research Fellow in the Federal Republic of Germany researching modern German political history.

One Devout Mormon Family’s Struggle with Racism

Articles/Essays – Volume 51, No. 3

Dialogue 51.3 (Fall 2018): 155–180
This article tells the impact of LDS racial teachings on a single family history, the Marshalls, from Alabama in the 19th c. to Filmore, Utah in the present.

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