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”
In Part 2 of her 10 questions interview (see Part 1), Jewel Staite shares memories about the people, places, and episodes that made Stargate unforgettable. Continue reading “10 questions with Jewel Staite: Part 2”
Sponsored by BYU Studies—Natalie McKnight is president of the Dickens Society and Dean of the College of General Studies at Boston University. Continue reading “10 questions with Natalie McKnight”
Sponsored by BYU Studies—Jason Herbert is a Florida high school history teacher and University of Minnesota doctoral candidate. He is also the founder of ‘Historians at the Movies.’ Continue reading “10 questions with Jason Herbert”
SALT LAKE CITY — “As a family we always had pizza night with the kids when ‘Atlantis’ was on,” said Lisa Denoncourt. “The show was a perfect balance of sci-fi, humor and lots of sarcasm. But most of all, we were bonding as a family over one of our favorite shows.” Continue reading “There’s no shortage of ‘Stargate’ nostalgia on the spinoff’s 15th anniversary”
Sponsored by BYU Studies—The city of Nauvoo is closely associated with the early history of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. But the city has been home to different groups over time.
In Return to the City of Joseph: Modern Mormonism’s Contest for the Soul of Nauvoo, Scott C. Esplin provides a social history of the Illinois city beginning in 1846. Esplin is a professor of of Church History and Doctrine at Brigham Young University.
Longtime sci-fi legend, Joe Mallozzi, answers a few questions about the legacy of Stargate: Atlantis on its 15th anniversary. Continue reading “Joe Mallozzi on the legacy of ‘Stargate: Atlantis’ after 15 years”