From The Archives: Posts You Might Have Missed, March-May 2008

By July 2, 2009

More great stuff, March and April 2008:

Posts You Might Have Missed From January-February 2008

Directions to the Steed Farm Please

Mormon Responses to Darwin, 1859-1933

Phil Barlow on the Historical Task

A Review of “Nobody Knows: The Untold Story of Black Mormons”

Richard Bushman on Rough Stone Rolling and the Intellectual Prospects for Mormonism

A Strange Mode of Translation; Or, Who Needs Seer Stones?

Mike Masaoka and the Mormon Process of Americanization

Notes on UVSC’s Mormon Studies Conference, Part 1 and Part 2

The Gill-ites and the Second Coming

The Emma Smith Movie…Again

The Historian’s Craft: A Call For Understanding

Book Review: House of Mourning, A Biocultural History of the Mountain Meadows Massacre

Margaret Young on the Nobody Knows Interview That Never Was

Theoretically Speaking About Mormon History

Matt B. on the Challenge of Inoculation

Is There A Method To The Historian’s Madness?

Book Review: Millions Shall Know Brother Joseph Again (The Joseph Smith Photo Book) Parts 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5.

Teaching About Racism (And the Priesthood Ban) In Sacrament Meeting

Are Believing Historians at a Disadvantage?

“Those People are not Mormons”: Holiness Christians and Mistaken Identity in the American South

Richard Bushman’s Lecture at Benchmark Books

The New New Mormon History: A Response Read at MHA May 24, 2008

Well, Did Joseph Use a Hat During the Translation, or Didn’t He?

Marginal Dialogues: The BH Roberts Memorial Library (Part 1)

Marginal Dialogues: The BH ROberts Memorial Library (Part 2) Ok, so this was posted in June, but I had to keep them together!

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