The Journal of Mormon History, the publication of the Mormon History Association that is published quarterly by the University of Illinois Press, is the leading journal for the study of Mormonism. The Journal welcomes submissions of full-length academic articles, short comparative essays, and discussions of documents, photographs, art, and material culture. The editors also welcome suggestions for forums/round tables and topical issues. The Journal examines the Mormon past through a variety of perspectivies, 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. Mormonism is interpreted to encompass all traditions that trace their origins to Joseph Smith Jr. The editors are especially interested in articles that offer international perspectives and twentieth century and contemporary history.
Jessie L. Embry, co-editor, Journal of Mormon History
Christopher James Blythe, co-editor, Journal of Mormon History