Swensen, Russel B. (Russel Brown), 1902-
- Existence: 1902 - 1987
Russel B. Swensen (1902-1987) was a history and religion professor in Utah.
Citation:New Testament literature : a study for college students, 1940: t.p. (Russel B. Swensen)
OCLC, Jan. 13, 2005 (hdg.: Swensen, Russel B., 1902-, Swensen, Russel Brown, 1902-, Swensen, Russel B., Swensen, Russel Brown; usage: Russel B. Swensen, Russel Brown Swensen)
FamilySearch, March 5, 2012 (Russel Brown Swensen; b. 14 Sep 1902; d. 3 Jul 1987)
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Interview by Mark K. Allen with Russel B. Swensen, Brigham Young University professor of Medieval history and comparative religion, concerning his family life, hobbies, education, early employment, Mormon mission to Germany, athletic participation, Seminary, and teaching at BYU. Swensen gives his impressions of several BYU presidents, and discusses his philosophy of teaching. Includes sound recording and transcript.
Diaries, correspondence, articles, family histories, and miscellaneous items. The materials deal largely with Swensen's early life in Pleasant Grove, Utah, his mission to Germany and Switzerland, and his early educational experiences.