|Editor-in-Chief:||John W. Welch, Brigham Young University|
|Editorial Director:||Roger Terry, Brigham Young University|
|Senior Editors:||James T. Summerhays, Brigham Young University|
|Jennifer Hurlbut, Brigham Young University|
Brigham Young University's premiere Mormon academic journal since 1959.
BYU Studies is dedicated to publishing scholarly religious literature in the form of books, journals, and dissertations that is qualified, significant, and inspiring. We want to share these publications to help promote faith, continued learning, and further interest in our LDS history with those in the world who have a positive interest in this work.
The mission of this publication is to be faithful and scholarly throughout, harmonizing wherever possible the intellectual and the spiritual on subjects of interest to Latter-day Saints and to scholars studying the Latter-day Saint experience.
The archive on this site contains all but the most recent three years of BYU Studies Quarterly content.
Visit our website at byustudies.byu.edu for more information about BYU Studies and the BYU Studies Quarterly journal.
Current Issue: Volume 52, Issue 1 (2013)
And Should We Die . . .: The Cane Creek Mormon Massacre
Mickell J. Summerhays and Donald R. Curtis
A Firm Foundation: Church Organization and Administration
R. Mark Melville, David J. Whittaker, and Arnold K. Garr
The Man Behind the Discourse: A Biography of King Follett
Joann F. Mortensen and Emily H. Bates
No Weapon Shall Prosper: New Light on Sensitive Issues
R. Mark Melville and Robert L. Millet
Faith and Same-Gender Attraction: A Look at Ty Mansfield's Voices of Hope
Allen E. Bergin, Ty Mansfield, and Marian S. Bergin
Joseph Smith, Jesus, and Satanic Opposition: Atonement, Evil, and the Mormon Vision
Steven L. Olsen and Douglas J. Davies
Shakers, Mormons, and Religious Worlds: Conflicting Visions, Contested Boundaries
Matthew J. Grow and Stephen C. Taysom
Exhibiting Mormonism: The Latter-day Saints and the 1893 Chicago World's Fair
Marian Wardle and Reid L. Neilson
Sacred Symbols: Finding Meaning in Rites, Rituals, and Ordinances
Alonzo L. Gaskill and Herman du Toit
Between Pulpit and Pew: The Supernatural World in Mormon History and Folklore
Curtis Ashton, Michael S. Van Wagenen, and W. Paul Reeve