MHA Student Reception–Thank you!

By June 6, 2015

Every year at MHA, generous vendors, periodicals, presses, and bookstores donate their products for the Mormon History Association Student Reception.  It is a fantastic event that is only possible because of their generosity. We at JI  (and the MHA) would like to publicly thank those vendors. Here they are listed in alphabetical order:

Benchmark Books

BYU Studies

Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought

Greg Kofford Books

MHA Local Arrangements Committee

Mormon Historical Studies

Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship

Signature Books

University of Illinois Press

University of Oklahoma Press

University of Utah Press

 

Thank you very much! If you are interested in donating books for next year’s student reception, please e-mail the Mormon History Association (or Joseph Stuart, the student representative).

 

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