Example of work can be found on page 138 of the Fall 1990 issue of Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought.
A. R. Mitchell
LDS (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints)
Rex H. Mitchell and Melva Elaine Leavitt
Elizabeth Benson Bennion
Karma Sue, Rebecca, Rex Colin, Samuel Alan, Frost
Austria, Vienna (1977-79)
BS, 1983 Utah State University
MS, 1985 Utah State University
PhD, 1990 University of California Riverside
Mitchell was schooled in rural Oregon schools and learned farming. He received a PhD. in Soil and Environmental Science, and worked for the USDA Agricultural Research Service as a research scientist, and later for Oregon State University. He had published many works in agricultural science.
He and his family moved to Vernon, UT, in 1997 to embark on the restoration of the Bennion Rancy, his wife's ancestral home nestled against the Sheeprock Mountains in western Utah. He has done teaching and consulting for Utah State University, Brigham Young University, and Utah Valley State College
I am interested in Mormon Classicism, which I define as the use of classical forms to describe the Mormon experience. I am the Mormon Geothe.
Marilyn Brown Novel Award, Honorable Mention, Angel of the Danube, 2000