Max Perry Mueller

Max Perry MuellerMax Perry Mueller
Max Perry Mueller is an assistant professor of religious studies at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. He is the author of Race and the Making of the Mormon People, forthcoming in 2017. His writing has appeared in The Journal of Mormon History, The Harvard Divinity School Bulletin, The New Republic, Slate and Religion Dispatches. He holds Bachelor of Arts from Carleton College, in addition to a Master of Theological Studies and a PhD from Harvard University. Follow him @maxperrymueller.

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