Quincy Newell is Associate Professor of Religious Studies at Hamilton College and the author of Your Sister in the Gospel: The Life of Jane Manning James, a Nineteenth-Century Black Mormon (Oxford, 2019). Continue reading “10 questions with Quincy Newell”
Ignacio Garcia is the Lemuel Hardison Redd Jr. Professor of Western & Latino History at Brigham Young University and President-Elect of the Mormon History Association. Continue reading “10 questions with Ignacio Garcia”
Sometimes the greatest stories are found in the most unlikely places. Thanks to a lonely grave in a Colorado cemetery, scores of women largely lost to history are having their stories shared with thousands. Continue reading “From a Utah woman who built her own ambulance in WWI to one who ran against her husband for Senate, this podcast wants you to know their stories – and their names”
Sara Georgini is Series Editor for The Papers of John Adams and author of Household Gods: The Religious Lives of the Adams Family (Oxford, 2019). Continue reading “10 questions with Sara Georgini”
The What’s Her Name podcast, co-hosted by Olivia Meikle and Katie Nelson, tells the stories of fascinating women you’ve never heard of, but should have. Continue reading “10 questions with What’s Her Name Podcast”
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Arlene Sanchez Walsh is a religious historian of Latina/o religion and author of Pentecostals in America.
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Susan Easton Black is the co-author of Martin Harris: Uncompromising Witness of the Book of Mormon, and Professor Emerita of Church History and Doctrine at BYU.
Harvard Heath is retired curator of the Utah and American West Archives at the Harold B. Lee Library, and the editor of “Confidence Amid Change: The Presidential Diaries of David O. McKay, 1951-1970.”
H. G. M. Williamson is an Old Testament scholar who served until recently as the Regius Professor of Hebrew at Oxford University. His latest book, The Oxford Illustrated History of the Holy Land, co-edited with Robert C. Hoyland, is now available. Continue reading “10 questions with H. G. M. Williamson”