Russell Stevenson

RUSSELL STEVENSON is an independent historian and the author of two books on Latter-day Saint history: Black Mormon: The Story of Elijah Ables (2013) and For the Cause of Righteousness: A Global His￾tory of Blacks and Mormonism (Greg Kofford, forthcoming), the fi rst book to explain the development of Mormon racial thought from a global perspective. He has also authored articles for the Journal of Mormon History as well as for the American National Biography ency￾clopedia series (Oxford University Press, forthcoming). Stevenson has been interviewed by RadioWest, Mormon Stories, and Feminist Mormon Housewives. He currently lives in Salt Lake City.

Manly Virtue: Defining Male Sexuality in Nineteenth-Century Mormonism

Articles/Essays – Volume 47, No. 1

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