Mormon History Resources

By January 27, 2011

This page is meant to be a go to source for online content relating to the academic study of Mormonism.

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Periodicals

BYU Studies

Back Issues-Full issues are available for free download from 46:2 (2007) and earlier. Individual articles can also be downloaded from each issue.

Articles-Many individual articles are searchable and available for free download here.

Book Reviews-Over 600 of BYU Studies? published reviews are available online with free downloads.

Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought

Volumes 1-37 (2004) Full issues available free here.

Volumes 38-42 (2009) Most content available for free download here.

Dialogue E-papers Free content including an important paper by D. Michael Quinn on the First Vision

The Journal of Mormon History

Volumes 1-30 (2004) Free online content.

Newsletter October 2003-July 2009 Free online content.

Mormon Historical Studies

Volumes 1-5:1 (Spring 2004) Free online content.

The Nauvoo Journal

Volumes 1-11 (1999) Free online content.

The John Whitmer Historical Association Journal

The International Journal of Mormon Studies

Volumes 1-2 (2009) Free online journal.

Organizations

The Mormon History Association

The John Whitmer Historical Association

The European Mormon Studies Association

The Mormon Historic Sites Foundation

Bibliographies

Studies in Mormon History

Blogs

The Juvenile Instructor

Document Sites

The Joseph Smith Papers Project Website

Sidney Rigdon.com

Events

Mormon Conferences.org

Series

Recent Comments

Kevin Barney on Richard L. Anderson, 1926-2018: “Richard to me is a model for what a BYU religion professor should be. I deal a fair bit with the JST; below is one…”


Mark Ashurst-McGee on Richard L. Anderson, 1926-2018: “Richard and I did not always see eye to eye, but I must admit I never met anyone who knew more about Joseph Smith and…”


J Stuart on Richard L. Anderson, 1926-2018: “I echo Andy's second comment. Also, he served his mission in Portland, OR where I also served. It was there that he developed the "Anderson Plan"…”


David G. on Richard L. Anderson, 1926-2018: “Richard was a consummate scholar and a genuine human being. I was privileged to know him in the waning days of the Smith Institute in…”


Andy Mickelson on Richard L. Anderson, 1926-2018: “I can't claim the privilege of having known him very well, but my limited interactions with him left a strong impact. As a BYU undergrad,…”


JJohnson on Richard L. Anderson, 1926-2018: “Thanks, Robin. We've lost a great one.”

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