Sponsored by BYU Studies— Join historian Benjamin E. Park as he discusses his latest book, Kingdom of Nauvoo: The Rise and Fall of a Religious Empire on the American Frontier (Liverlight, 2020).Continue reading “Historian tackles politics, polygamy, and Joseph Smith in ‘Kingdom of Navuoo’”
Sponsored by BYU Studies—The story says a group of Jewish rebels committed mass suicide at Masada 2,000 years ago. But what does archaeology say about it?Continue reading “10 questions with Jodi Magness”
Sponsored by BYU Studies—Does religion look any different when viewed through the lens of environmental history? Continue reading “10 questions with Jedediah Rogers”
Sponsored by BYU Studies— Truman G. Madsen is one of the most influential Latter-day Saints of the last 100 years.Continue reading “The Biography of Truman G. Madsen”
Sponsored by BYU Studies—Latter-day Saints celebrate 1820 as the year in which Joseph Smith first saw and conversed with God the Father and Jesus Christ. To mark the bicentennial of this landmark event, the Joseph Smith Papers Project has released a six-episode podcast, The First Vision: A Joseph Smith Papers Podcast.
Join host Spencer McBride as he introduces the first-ever podcast produced by the Joseph Smith Papers Project.Continue reading “Introducing ‘The First Vision: A Joseph Smith Papers Podcast’”
Sponsored by BYU Studies—It’s been more than 175 years since Charles Dickens first published A Christmas Carol, but the book is as relevant as ever.
Join Natalie McKnight, president of the Dickens Society, as she talks about Dickens and Christmas.Continue reading ““Dickens would be shocked at how much ‘A Christmas Carol’ shapes our holidays,” says scholar Natalie McKnight”
Sponsored by BYU Studies—Wendy Ulrich is the author of Live Up to Our Privileges: Women, Power and Priesthood (Deseret Book, 2019). Continue reading “10 questions with Wendy Ulrich”