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Patrick Mason is New Arrington Endowed Chair at USU

Cache Valley Daily Monday, Jan. 07, 2019


Historian Patrick Mason, a Utah native, is the new Leonard J. Arrington Endowed Chair of Mormon History and Culture, coming to USU from California’s Claremont Graduate University. He said the new assignment includes teaching a range of courses including Mormon History and the History of Christianity. “But then also a significant part of this, and one of the main purposes of most endowed chairs, is to facilitate research,” said Mason. “So my position is structured in such a way that I should have ample time to get into the archives and do lots of research and writing.”



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