Mormons and Refugees: A Reading List from the Juvenile Instructor and Friends

By January 29, 2017

lds armenian refugees 1921_zpsdtce7hd8

Image courtesy of Ardis Parshall, keepapitchinin.org.

Some recommended reading from Juvenile Instructor bloggers and friends on the history of Mormonism and/as refugees:

Article filed under Categories of Periodization: Accommodation Categories of Periodization: Modern Mormonism Categories of Periodization: Origins Current Events International Mormonism Miscellaneous Politics Popular Culture Public History Race Reflective Posts


Comments

  1. This is also relevant: http://juvenileinstructor.org/religious-liberty-mormons-and-muslims/

    Comment by David G. — January 29, 2017 @ 10:17 am

  2. Thanks, David. I don’t know how I missed that in my search last night. I’ll add it to the post when I get back to my computer.

    Comment by Christopher — January 29, 2017 @ 11:38 am

  3. […] yesterday’s post round-up hinted at, lots of lots of smart and caring people are adding their voices to the public sphere […]

    Pingback by Juvenile Instructor » Signs of the Times — January 30, 2017 @ 7:38 am


Series

Recent Comments

Why it's time for the Mormon Church to revisit its diverse past | Wikipedia Editors on Eugenics and the Intellectual: “[…] history of shunning interracial relationships. At points, some of its leaders even flirted with theories of eugenics, or the belief that they could help…”


Tona H on Gem from the Local: “Thanks for responding on our thread, Carol! An honor to have the author join us, truly. Your body of work is an immeasurable contribution to…”


Michelle on Gem from the Local: “I grew up in upstate NY, where Mormon pop culture was pretty much non-existent. I'm not really familiar with the play, but an aunt…”


Ardis on Gem from the Local: “You know you're getting old when your young adult memories are historical artifact. More than once as I've grown older and started seriously wondering whether…”


Carol Lynn Pearson on Gem from the Local: “Hey, thanks for the memories. Glad "My Turn on Earth" lives on, as all of us do in this eternal drama of ours.”


Tona H on Gem from the Local: “Thanks for the memories, Ben and Andrew. It makes me smile that it sustained some entertainment-starved missionaries in Japan, among its many other achievements. Thanks…”

Topics


juvenileinstructor.org