Sponsored by BYU Studies — Sharon J. Harris is an assistant professor of English at Brigham Young University. She is also the author of a volume in the Maxwell Institute’s Brief Theological Introductions series about Enos, Jarom, and Omni.Continue reading “10 Questions with Sharon J. Harris”
Sponsored by BYU Studies — Biographer Kristine Haglund describes the context behind the correspondence of Elder McConkie and Eugene England.
Her new book, Eugene England: A Mormon Liberal, is the second installment in the Introductions to Mormon Thought series (University of Illinois Press, 2021).Continue reading “Bruce R. McConkie and Eugene England”
Sponsored by BYU Studies — Terryl Givens discusses his biography, “Stretching the Heavens: The Life of Eugene England and the Crisis of Modern Mormonism” (University of North Carolina Press, 2021).Continue reading “The Biography of Eugene England”
Sponsored by BYU Studies — Mark Staker is a Master Curator for the Church History Department’s Historic Sites Division and the author of Joseph and Lucy Smith’s Tunbridge Farm: An Archaology and Landscape Study (John Whitmer Historical Association, 2021).Continue reading “10 Questions with Mark Staker”
Sponsored by BYU Studies — Casey Paul Griffiths is the author of Truth Seeker: The Life of Joseph F. Merrill, Scientist, Educator, and Apostle (BYU Religious Studies Center, 2021).Continue reading “The Biography of Joseph F. Merrill”
Sponsored by BYU Studies — The effects of Joseph Smith’s 1844 run for president can still be felt today says historian Spencer McBride.Continue reading “Joseph Smith’s 1844 Presidential Campaign”