BYU Studies Quarterly
|Editor-in-Chief:||Steven C. Harper, Brigham Young University|
|Editorial Director:||Roger Terry, Brigham Young University|
|Senior Editors:||Alison Palmer, Brigham Young University|
|Jennifer Hurlbut, Brigham Young University|
Publishing scholarship informed by the restored gospel of Jesus Christ 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.
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Current Issue: Volume 61, Issue 1 (2022)
Sharlee Mullins Glenn, Kristine Haglund, Linda Hoffman Kimball, and Susan Elizabeth Howe
Creating "Good Government"
Linda Hoffman Kimball
Good Government Begins with Self-Government
Melissa Wei-Tsing Inouye
Fellow Travelers, Brothers and Sisters, Children of God
Dieter F. Uchtdorf
Inequality and Narrative in the Book of Mormon
Robert F. Schwartz
From Stumbling Blocks to Stepping Stones What America Can Learn from Germany about Reconciliation
Rise and Run Latter-day Saint Women and Good Government
Susan R. Madsen
Women of Faith Speak Up and Speak Out The Genesis and Philosophical Underpinnings of Mormon Women for Ethical Government
Sharlee Mullins Glenn
Bending the Arc of Politics toward Zion Voices from Mormon Women for Ethical Government
Jennifer Walker Thomas and Emma Petty Addams
“To Moderate and Unify” The Role That Latter-day Saint Citizen-Rhetors Can Play in Healing American Political Discourse
The Role of the Article III Judge
Thomas B. Griffith
"The Least of These"
On Being a Disciple of Hope
Jessica Robinson Preece
The Happiest Day of Your Life
Moo at the Moon
Susan Elizabeth Howe
March Morning, New York City
The American Political Animal
Susan Elizabeth Howe
Proclaim Peace: The Restoration’s Answer to an Age of Conflict
Patrick Q. Mason; J. David Pulsipher; and Kristine Haglund, reviewer
The Saints and the State: The Mormon Troubles in Illinois
James Simeone and Brent M. Rogers, reviewer
Review: Stretching the Heavens: The Life of Eugene England and the Crisis of Modern Mormonism; Eugene England: A Mormon Liberal
Terryl L. Givens; Kristine L. Haglund; and Steven C. Walker, reviewer