From the Archives: Posts You Might Have Missed January-February 2008

By July 1, 2009

I realized I started a “Posts You Might Have Missed” series that was supposed to cull some memorable posts from our first year, but I only got through December, 2007.  So, this is the first part of my atonement for dropping the ball on that, which will cover from January to February 2008.  Enjoy with us this stroll down memory lane.

Posts You Might Have Missed (Through December, 2007)

Review of the JWHA Journal, Volume 27 (2007) Part 1

Review of the JWHA Journal, Volume 27 (2007) Part 2

The Significance of the First Vision

“As If We Had Been Some Savage Tribe”: Parley P. Pratt on Mormon Identity

The First Vision and the Qualifying Eye of Faith

Emma–The Elect Lady

Lorenzo Snow and Eram Quod Es

Biblical Precedent and the Succession Crisis

Eliza, Adam, and the Heavenly Mother

The Hollow Sun Theory?

The Book Wish List (What Mormon History Book Still Need to be Written?)

Thomas O’Dea, John A. Widtsoe, and the De-Horning Room

Joseph E. Taylor on Adam-God-Savior

“Zion’s Noblest Sons are Weeping” (On the Martyrdom of Joseph and Hyrum)

The “New Woman” In Central Utah

Hats and Bicycles (Women’s Fashion in Utah)

I’m Only 92% Mormon

Emerson–The Sequel!

Education, Homemaking, and Gender-bending through Props

The Making of Nobody Knows: The Untold Story of Black Mormons

Was William James a Closet Mormon? (Part 1) [Be sure to follow the links to Parts 2 and 3]

Is There a Place at the Academic Table for Mormon Studies?

O’dea, Sources of Strain, and Rank-And-File Mormons

“Infinite Regress” or “Monarchical Mormonism”

Wow, this is murder. There were a lot of other posts I wanted to put up, but the list is too long as it is. If you feel I missed something, by all means, make mention of it.  More to come!

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Comments

  1. I thought Heidi’s hats and bicycle study was fantastic. Thanks for pulling it back to the surface.

    Comment by Edje Jeter — July 1, 2009 @ 2:43 am

  2. Thanks for posting these, Jared! I like to see women represented.

    Comment by Elizabeth — July 1, 2009 @ 2:27 pm

  3. This is great stuff. What was I doing in Jan-Feb of last year, when I should have been reading these posts?

    Comment by Ben Pratt — July 1, 2009 @ 2:42 pm

  4. Ok, so I am officially senile. I was going through the list thinking about how interesting everything was when I came across the post about Widtsoe and the de-horning room. That sounds interesting, I thought–I should read it….

    Comment by SC Taysom — July 1, 2009 @ 7:36 pm

  5. That’s hilarious, Steve. It reminds me of this description of our bloggers made when Joel joined us 🙂

    Comment by Jared T — July 1, 2009 @ 8:10 pm

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