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Bobbie Groth (b. 1953) is a Unitarian Universalist historian and minister, and a professor of sociology at Alverno College. She is a contributor to the Dictionary of Unitarian and Universalist Biography, and her own works include The Incredible Story of Ephraim Nute (2011), the story of a Unitarian minister and his congregation caught in the midst of the "Bleeding Kansas" strife of the 1850s. Groth received her undergraduate education from Shimer College, a Great Books school, where she enrolled via the early entrance program and studied abroad at Oxford University. In addition to her Shimer degree, Groth holds an MS from National Lewis University and a D.Min. from the Meadville/Lombard Theological School. (from Shimer College Wiki)
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