David J. Whittaker (Ph.D., Brigham Young University) is Curator of Western and Mormon Manuscripts, L. Tom Perry Special Collections, Harold B. Lee Library, and Associate Professor of History at Brigham Young University.
"A Bibliography of the Published and Unpublished Works of John Leon Sorenson"
Mormons, Scripture, and the Ancient World
"A Chronological Bibliography of the Works of Richard Lloyd Anderson"
The Disciple as Witness
"A Topical Bibliography of the Works of Richard Lloyd Anderson"
Tinkling Cymbals and Sounding Brass
"Mormon Missiology: An Introduction and Guide to the Sources"
"Parley P. Pratt and the Pacific Mission: Mormon Publishing in "That Very Questionable Part of the Civilized World""
"Placing the Keystone: George Q. Cannon's Mission of Translating and Printing the Book of Mormon in the Hawaiian Language"
Revelation, Reason, and Faith
"The Book of Daniel in Early Mormon Thought"
By Study and Also by Faith
David J. Whittaker,
""That Most Important of All Books": A Printing History of The Book of Mormon,"
OP 5 (2007): Book of Mormon
John W. Welch, and David J. Whittaker,
"Mormonism's Open Canon: Some Historical Perspectives on Its Religious Limits and Potentials (1986),"
FARMS Preliminary Reports