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Latter-day Saints & Mormon Studies in West Africa (feat. Amaechi Okafor) Season 4, Episode 1

Hosted by Stephen Betts. 

Amaechi Okafor, PhD Candidate in History at Concordia University, joins me to discuss his ethnographic fieldwork among Latter-day Saints in Nigeria. We discuss the high social costs of being a Latter-day Saint in Nigeria, cultural tensions between Indigenous African cultures and the US-based church, the positive effects of the church’s BYU-Pathway program, and the possibilities for an emergent West African Mormon Studies by and for Indigenes.

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