#MHA50 Award Recipients

By June 5, 2015

Please join us in congratulating this year’s winners of the 2015 Mormon History Association Awards (JI bloggers are bolded):

Leonard J. Arrington Award: Néstor Esteban Curbelo Armando

Best Book Award: Russell W. Stevenson, For the Cause of Righteousness: A Global History of Blacks and Mormonism, 1830-2013 (Salt Lake City,:Greg Kofford Books, 2014).

Best First Book Award: David J. Howlett, Kirtland Temple: The Biography of a Shared Mormon Sacred Space (Urbana, Chicago, and Springfield: University of of Illinois Press, 2014).

Best Biography: Julie Debra Neuffer, Helen Andelin and the Fascinating Womanhood Movement (Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press,  2014).

Best Documentary Editing/Bibliography: Terryl L.Givens and Reid L. Neilson, eds. The Columbia Sourcebook of Mormons in the United States (New York: Columbia University Press, 2014).

Best Family/Community History: Donna Smart Toland, Finding Rachel & Myra Among Henrie Pioneers (self-published).

Best Personal History/Memoir: Craig Harline, Way Below the Angels (Grand Rapids, MIL Wm. B. Erdmans Press, 2014).

Best International Book: Marjorie Newton, Mormon and Maori (Salt Lake City,:Greg Kofford Books, 2014).

Best Article: Andrea G. Radke-Moss, “I hid [the Prophet] in a corn patch’: Mormon Women as Healers, Concealers, and Protectors in the 1838 Mormon-Missouri War,” Mormon Historical Studies 15, no. 1 (2014): 25-40.

Article Awards of Excellence (2): David Walker, “Transporting Mormonism: Railroads and Religious Sensation in the American West,” in Sally Promey, ed. Sensational Religion: Sensory Cultures in Material Practice. (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2014), 581-603.

Christopher James Blythe,  “Would to God, Brethren, I could Tell you Who I Am!’: Nineteenth-Century Mormonisms and the Apotheosis of Joseph Smith,” Nova Religio: The Journal Of Alternative and Emergent Religions 18 no. 2 (2014): 5-27.

Best International Article (2): Casey Paul Griffiths, Scott Esplin, Barbara Morgan, and E. Vance Randall “Colegios Chilenos de los Santos de los Ultimos Dias’: The History of Latter-day Saint Schools in Chile,”  Journal of Mormon History 40, no. 1 (2014):  97-134.

Dylan Beatty, “Mamona and the Mau: Latter-day Saints Amidst Resistance in Colonial Samoa,” Pacific Studies 37, no. 1 (2014): 48-74.

Best Article on Mormon Women’s History: Rachel Cope, “Composing Radical Lives: Women as Autonomous Religious Seekers and Nineteenth-Century Memoirs” in Nineteenth-Century American Women Write Religion, ed. Mary McCartin Wearn (Burlington, Vt.: Ashgate, 2014), 45-58.

Best Dissertation Award: Max Perry Mueller, “Black, White, and Red:  Race and the Making of the Mormon People, 1830-1880,”  Harvard University.

Best Thesis Award: Joseph Stuart, “Holy Races: Race in the Formation of Mormonism and the Nation of Islam,” University of Virginia.

Best Graduate Paper:  Charlotte Hansen Terry, University of Utah, “Rhetoric vs. Reality: Mormon Women’s Diaries and Domesticity in the Early Twentieth Century.”

Congratulations to all the winners!

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Comments

  1. Congratulations, everyone! A lot of hard work represented here!

    Comment by Amy T — June 6, 2015 @ 9:29 am

  2. Congrats to all award winners, and I am, as always, proud to see JI bloggers so well represented among the winners.

    Comment by Christopher — June 6, 2015 @ 11:37 am

  3. Congratulations!

    Comment by Edje Jeter — June 6, 2015 @ 10:42 pm

  4. […] The Mormon Historical Association Best Personal History/Memoir was awarded to Craig Harline, Way Below the Angels (Grand Rapids, MIL Wm. B. Erdmans Press, 2014). Way Below the Angels was a finalist for the AML Creative Non-Fiction Award. […]

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