Martha Bradley Evans

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Martha Bradley-Evans is associate vice president for academic affairs at the University of Utah, professor in the college of architecture and planning, and an award-winning teacher of history and theory. She is vice chair of the Utah State Board of History and chair of the Utah Heritage Foundation. Her most recent work on spatial religious communities maps the distinctive patterns, meanings and practices of communal religious groups such as the Branch Davidians, the FLDS, and the Family or the Children of God as they imagine and construct spatial worlds.

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