About the Reviewers
Warren P. Aston resides in Brisbane, Australia. He is the author, with his wife, of In the Footsteps of Lehi (1994) and continues to conduct research and lecture.
Charles D. Bush has an M.A. in linguistics from Brigham Young University. He is senior research consultant/Macintosh specialist at the BYU Humanities Research Center.
Karen Lynn Davidson has a Ph.D. in English literature from the University of Southern California. She is currently on the English faculty at Mayfield Senior School and has formerly taught in the English Department of Brigham Young University.
Craig L. Foster has an M.A. in history and an MLIS degree from Brigham Young University. He serves as a cataloger in the Family History Library in Salt Lake City.
Cristie B. Gardner has a B.A. in English from Brigham Young University. She is a seminary instructor and homemaker in Montana.
John Gee is completing his Ph.D. in Egyptology at Yale University.
Andrew H. Hedges earned a Ph.D. in American history at the University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign. He is a visiting assistant professor in church history and doctrine at Brigham Young University.
Amy L. Livingstone has a bachelor of arts degree in Near Eastern studies from Brigham Young University. She is a teaching associate in Arabic language at Cornell University.
Fred W. Nelson has a B.S. in chemistry and an M.A. in archaeology from Brigham Young University. He is the safety director at Brigham Young University.
Daniel C. Peterson earned a Ph.D. in Near Eastern languages and cultures from the University of California at Los Angeles and is associate professor of Islamic studies and Arabic at Brigham Young University.
Shirley S. Ricks earned a Ph.D. in family studies from Brigham Young University. She is currently senior production editor for the Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies.
Matthew Roper is graduating in history from Brigham Young University.
Gregory H. Taggart is a writer, living in Provo, Utah.
John A. Tvedtnes, M.A., is senior project manager with the Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies.
Marilyn Higbee Walker is a Ph.D. candidate in Islamic history at Columbia University.
Richard I. Winwood is an author, businessman, and investor in Salt Lake City, Utah.