Articles for the Journal of Mormon History

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October 20, 2019
Subject Fields: 
American History / Studies, Religious Studies and Theology, Area Studies

The Journal of Mormon History, the official publication of the Mormon History  Association, is published quarterly on behalf of the organization by the Universitiy of Illinois Press. It is the leading journal for the study of Mormonism and examines the Mormon past through a variety of perspectives, including but not limited to Mormon studies/religious studies, cultural history, social history, intellectual history, reception history, sociology, economics, geography, political science, women's studies, material culture, race studies, and folklore. It emcompasses all traditions that trace their orgins to Joseph Smith, Jr. The editors are especially interested in articles that offer international perceptives and twentieth century and contemporary history. They solict manuscripts of about 10,000 words. In addition, the Journal publishes round tables and short essays between 2,000 and 4,000 words on documents, photographs, and material culture as well as historiographical essays. For more information, see the Mormon History Association webpage or contact the editors directly.

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