Sponsored by BYU Studies—America is known as a country of religious freedom, but what does that really mean?
Join Tisa Wenger, associate professor of American religious history at Yale University, as she discusses her latest book, Religious Freedom: The Contested History of an American Ideal (University of North Carolina Press, 2017).. Continue reading “10 questions with Tisa Wenger”
Dale Midkiff is a talented actor who starred as Clark Davis in Hallmark’s ‘Love Comes Softly’ and its sequels. Continue reading “10 questions with Dale Midkiff”
Sponsored by BYU Studies—Clark Monson teaches at BYU and is the son of the late President Thomas S. Monson. His essay in BYU Studies Quarterly, Rod Tip Up, recalls his fishing adventures with his father. Continue reading “10 questions with Clark Monson”
Sponsored by BYU Studies—What happens when you mix an established global celebrity, a growing worldwide religion, and a mischievous local trickster? This is the tale of Elvis Presley, the Book of Mormon, and a story that wasn’t. Continue reading “Elvis has left the library: Identifying forged annotations in a Book of Mormon”
Sponsored by BYU Studies—Vaughn Scribner is the author of Inn Civility: Urban Taverns and Early American Civil Society (New York University Press, 2019). Continue reading “10 questions with Vaughn Scribner”
T. C. Christensen is a cinematographer and director best known for religious films like 17 Miracles and Joseph Smith: The Prophet of the Restoration. His latest movie is The Fighting Preacher. Continue reading “10 questions with T. C. Christensen”
Sponsored by BYU Studies—Kenneth Lapatin is curator of the J. Paul Getty Museum and editor of the new book, Buried by Vesuvius: The Villa dei Papiri at Herculaneum. Continue reading “10 questions with Kenneth Lapatin”