A Response to Grant Palmerr

A Response to Grant Palmerr

by Brian C. Hales, Gregory L. Smith

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BN ID: 2940150319431
Publisher: Interpreter Foundation
Publication date: 10/10/2014
Series: Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture , #12
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 53
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Brian C. Hales, is the author of six books dealing with polygamy, most recently the three-volume, Joseph Smith�s Polygamy: History and Theology (Greg Kofford Books, 2013). His Modern Polygamy and Mormon Fundamentalism: The Generations after the Manifesto received the �Best Book of 2007 Award� from the John Whitmer Historical Association. He has presented at numerous meetings and symposia and published articles in The Journal of Mormon History, Mormon Historical Studies, and Dialogue as well as contributing chapters to The Persistence of Polygamy series. Brian works as an anesthesiologist at the Davis Hospital and Medical Center in Layton, Utah, and has served as the President of the Utah Medical Association.

Gregory Smith studied research physiology and English at the University of Alberta but escaped into medical school before earning his bachelor�s degree. After receiving his MD, he completed his residency in family medicine at St. Mary�s Hospital in Montr�al, Qu�bec. There he learned the medical vocabulary and French Canadian slang that he didn�t pick up in the France Paris Mission and won the Mervyn James Robson Award for Excellence in Internal Medicine. He now practices rural family medicine in Alberta, with interests in internal medicine and psychiatry. A clinical preceptor for residents and medical students, he has been repeatedly honored for excellence in clinical teaching. Since 2014 he has served as the community medical director at the local hospital.
He has a particular research interest in Latter-day Saint plural marriage and has been published in the FARMS Review and elsewhere on this and other topics. He was an associate editor of the Mormon Studies Review in 2011�2012. With twelve years of classical piano training, he is a lifelong audiophile and owns far too many MP3 files. He lives happily with his one indulgent wife, four extraordinary children, and two cats.

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