BYU Studies Quarterly
Mormon studies, book notice, essays
Bountiful Harvest is a collection of essays written and assembled in honor of S. Kent Brown, recently retired professor of ancient scripture and Near Eastern studies at Brigham Young University. An impressive array of colleagues, former students, teachers, admirers, and friends of Professor Brown have contributed to this handsome volume, resulting in twenty-one essays that are a worthy tribute to Brown's legacy. The volume includes an introduction by the editors in well-deserved praise of Brown's career and significant achievements, and also an appendix listing his many published works.
Bountiful Harvest presents something of interest for almost all readers. Although most essays are written for an LDS audience, many will be of interest to a broader body of readers as well, including scholars in the various disciplines covered and also interested laypersons. The volume includes, for example, an article by Jacob Neusner, a renowned scholar of Jewish studies who is not LDS but whose work will be of interest to the Mormon community. Many will profit from the knowledge shared in this book, just as many have benefitted from the scholarship of the man whom it honors.
Skinner, Andrew C.; Griffin, Carl W.; Larsen, David J.; and Davis, D Morgan
"Bountiful Harvest: Essays in Honor of S. Kent Brown,"
BYU Studies Quarterly: Vol. 52:
3, Article 19.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/byusq/vol52/iss3/19