Dr. Kristeen Lee Black received her Ph.D. from Drew University in the field of Religion and Society. Her work focuses in Congregational and Mormon Studies. Cited most often as an ethnographer, her work appeals to a diverse range of disciplines. Dr. Black currently resides in Oakland, California.
2016 1-4955-0454-9 This sociological study of Mormon worldview and culture is a fresh and engaging ethnographic portrait of the contemporary lives of typical American Mormons. It accurately and comprehensively provides new insights on the ideology of family building within the varied Mormon communities of this once insular faith.