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Journal of Mormon History

The Journal of Mormon History aspires to be the preeminent journal worldwide in the field of Mormon history, fostering independent scholarly research into all aspects of the Mormon past, and publishing rigorously peer-reviewed articles and book reviews that meet the highest levels of originality, literary quality, accuracy, and relevance.

The Journal's articles reflect topical diversity that spans time periods and geography; that encompasses historiography, folklore, gender, race, class, and interdisciplinary perspectives; that includes the history of all churches, ethnicities, and minorities within the Mormon religious tradition. Also, the most significant new books in Mormon history are reviewed in a judicious and timely manner.

Journal of Mormon History is published on behalf of the Mormon History Association.

 

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