Sponsored by BYU Studies — Don Bradley and Mark Ashurst-McGee recently won the Mormon History Association’s best article award for their analysis of the Kinderhook plates episode in early church history. Both scholars also contributed to Producing Ancient Scripture, a volume detailing Joseph Smith’s translation efforts.Continue reading “10 Questions about the Kinderhook Plates with Mark Ashurst-McGee and Don Bradley”
Sponsored by BYU Studies — Patrick Mason and David Pulsipher discuss their new book, “Proclaim Peace: The Restoration’s Answer to an Age of Conflict.”Continue reading “Proclaiming Peace”
Sponsored by BYU Studies — Historians Brian and Laura Hales reflect on their years of polygamy research and talk about their latest projects.Continue reading “Polygamy Q&A with Brian and Laura Hales”
Sponsored by BYU Studies — Reverend Dr. Andrew Teal is a professor at Pembroke College, Oxford University, and a Visiting Scholar at the Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Studies in Provo, Utah.Continue reading “10 Questions with Reverend Dr. Andrew Teal”
Sponsored by BYU Studies — Historian Brittany Chapman Nash is the author of a groundbreaking new book, Let’s Talk About Polygamy (Deseret Book, 2021).Continue reading “Let’s Talk about Polygamy with Brittany Chapman Nash”
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”