Mark L. Grover

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Mark L. Grover (born 1947)[1] is an expert on Mormonism in Brazil and an author on religion in Latin America.

Biography[edit]

Grover was born in Malad, Idaho and is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). He served as a Mormon missionary in Brazil. He has a Ph.D. in Brazilian History from Indiana University.

Grover works as the subject area librarian for Latin America at the Harold B. Lee Library at Brigham Young University.

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Grover is the author of several books related to the LDS Church and Brazil and at times focusing more broadly on Latin America and religion in general. He has compiled multiple bibliographies related to the LDS Church in Latin America and Mexican-Americans in Utah.[2]

Books[edit]

  • Dahlin, Therrin C.; Gary P. Gillum, Mark L. Grover (1981). The Catholic Left in Latin America: A Comprehensive Bibliography. Boston, Massachusetts: G. K. Hall. ISBN 0-8161-8396-1. 
  • Martins, Helvécio; Grover, Mark L. (1994). The Autobiography of Elder Helvécio Martins. Salt Lake City, Utah: Aspen Books. ISBN 1-56236-218-6. 
  • Grover, Mark L., ed. (1999). Religion and Latin America in the Twenty-First Century: Libraries Reacting to Social Change. 42nd Annual Meeting of the Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials. Austin: SALALM Secretariat, Benson Latin American Collection, The General Libraries, University of Texas at Austin. ISBN 0-917617-59-2. 
  • —— (2008). A Land of Promise and Prophecy: Elder A. Theodore Tuttle in South America, 1960-1965. Provo, Utah: Religious Studies Center, Brigham Young University. ISBN 0-8425-2713-3. 

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