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Spencer Cox (Jan. 22)

Spencer Cox is the Lt. Gov. of Utah, a pioneer in political social media, and an avid Utah Jazz fan. Photo provided by Rachel Jones.

Harvard S. Heath (Jan. 29)

Harvard Heath is the editor of ‘Confidence Amid Change: The Presidential Diaries of David O. McKay, 1951-1970’ (Signature Books, 2019).

Grant Hardy (Feb. 5)

Grant Hardy is the editor of the “Maxwell Institute Study Edition of the Book of Mormon: Another Testament of Jesus Christ.” Photo by Louisa Murrey.

Jordan Blackstone (Feb. 12)

Jordan Blackstone is a painter and photographer known for a gentle touch and her work on “When Calls the Heart.” Photo provided by Jordan Blackstone.

Susan Easton Black (Feb. 19)

Susan Eaton Black is a retired BYU professor of Church History and Doctrine. She is publishing a biography of Martin Harris. Photo provided by Susan Easton Black.

Arlene Sanchez Walsh (Feb. 26)

Arlene Sanchez Walsh is an American religious history scholar with a focus on Latino/as. She recently published “Pentecostals in America” (Columbia University Press, 2018). Photo provided by Arlene Sanchez Walsh.

Darren Sumner

Darren Sumner is an instructor in theology and church history with special interest in christology.

Philip Barlow

Philip Barlow is the outgoing Leonard J. Arrington Chair of Mormon History and Culture at Utah State University and the new Associate Director of the Maxwell Institute. Photo provided by Philip Barlow.

Ignacio Garcia

Ignacio Garcia is the first person of color to serve as president of the Mormon History Association. He is currently working on a biography of the translator Eduardo Balderas. Photo by: Riana Wright/BYU © BYU PHOTO 2014 All Rights Reserved.

Sara Georgini

Sara Georgini is the author of the forthcoming book, “Household Gods: The Religious Lives of the Adams Family.” Photo provided by Sara Georgini.

Craig Bruce Smith

Craig Bruce Smith is an Assistant Professor of History and the Director of the History Program at William Woods University and the author of “American Honor: The Creation of the Nation’s Ideals during the Revolutionary Era.” Photo provided by Craig Bruce Smith.

Scott C. Esplin

Scott C. Esplin is the author of “Return to the City of Joseph: Modern Mormonism’s Contest for the Soul of Nauvoo.”

T. C. Christensen

T.C. Christensen is a talented filmmaker known for movies such as “17 Miracles” and “Ephraim’s Rescue.” His next film, “The Fighting Preacher,” will debut in 2019.

Thomas Alexander

Thomas Alexander is the author of the forthcoming book, “Brigham Young and the Expansion of the Mormon Faith.” Photo provided by University of Oklahoma Press.

Robert Picardo

Robert Picardo is a talented actor known for his sci-fi roles in “Star Trek” and “Stargate.” Photo provided by Pat Arthur

Joshua Wolf Shenk

Joshua Wolf Shenk is the author of “Lincoln’s Melancholy: How Depression A President and Fueled His Greatness.” Photo by Greg Martin.

Max Perry Mueller

Max Perry Mueller is the author of “Race and the Making of the Mormon People.” Photo provided by Regina Mahalek, University of North Carolina Press.

Joseph Adelman

Joseph Adelman is an assistant professor of history at Framingham State University. His new book, “Revolutionary Networks: The Business and Politics of Printing the News,” will be published in May 2019.

Alex Mallari Jr.

Alex Mallari Jr. is a talented actor best know for his performance as Four / Emperor Ryo Tetsuda on “Dark Matter.”

David Hewlett

David Hewlett is a talented actor best known for his role as Rodney McKay in the ‘Stargate’ franchise.

John Gunn

John Lunn is a talented entertainment composer best known for his score of the “Downton Abbey” TV series and the forthcoming movie.

Quincy Newell

Quincy D. Newel is the author of the forthcoming Oxford publication, “Your Sister in the Gospel: The Life of Jane Manning James, a Nineteenth-Century Black Mormon.”