The Mormon Studies Review proposes to track what is now a vibrant, varied, and international academic engagement with Mormon institutions, lives, ideas, texts, and stories. The Review chronicles and assesses the developing ﬁeld of Mormon studies with roundtable discussions, review essays, and book reviews related to the academic study of Mormonism. It ranges across disciplines and seeks to gather voices from a broad cross-section of the academy—both LDS and non-LDS—in order to provide scholars and interested non-specialists with a one-stop source for discussions of current developments in Mormon studies.
Title: Mormon Studies Review vol. 1 (2014)
Periodical: Mormon Studies Review
Editor(s): Spencer Fluhman
Publication Date: 2014
Page Count: 235