Submissions from 2020
The ‘crowning jewel’: Lesser-known stories behind the building of the Las Vegas temple, Fred Woods
Submissions from 2019
Finding Documents on the Joseph Smith Papers Website, Kenneth L. Alford Ph.D.
Alexander Wetmore, the Bear River Marsh, and the Rise of Waterfowl Science, 1914-1916, Andrew H. Hedges
David O. McKay's Educational Model for Mormon Schools in the Pacific, 1906– 1940, Mary Jane Woodger
From South Africa to Salt Lake City: Eli Wiggill, the Latter-day Saints, and the World of Religion, 1810-1883, Fred Woods
The Church in Scotland, Fred Woods
The Sail before the Trail or Have we Missed the Boat? Latter-day Saint Maritime Immigration to America in the 19thCentury, Fred Woods
Cecil B. DeMille and David O. McKay: A Surprising Friendship, Fred E. Woods
From South Africa to Salt Lake City: Eli Wiggill, the Latter-day Saints, and the World of Religion, 1810-1883, Fred E. Woods
An Extraordinary Troop: The Boy Scouts Program at Kalaupapa, Fred Woods and Anita Manning
Submissions from 2018
Calvin S. Smith: 'Utah’s Fighting Chaplain', Kenneth L. Alford Ph.D.
Captain Medorem Crawford’s 1862 Military Escort Emigration Report, Kenneth L. Alford Ph.D.
Book Review: Pushing through Life’s Pilgrimage Together, Mauro Properzi
"An Angel or Rather the Savior" at the Kirtland Temple Dedication, The Vision of Frederick G. Williams, Frederick Williams
Finding Refuge in El Paso. The 1912 Mormon Exodus from Mexico, Fred Woods
Sanctuary on the Mississippi: St. Louis as a Way Station for Mormon Emigration, Fred E. Woods and Tom L. Farmer
Submissions from 2017
John E. Davis (William H. Norman) -- A Galvanized Yankee in Utah, Kenneth L. Alford Ph.D.
"I Was Not Ready to Die Yet": William Stowell's Utah War Ordeal, Kenneth L. Alford Ph.D. and R. Devan Jensen
Joseph Smith's Dog, Old Major, Alexander L. Baugh
Joseph Smith, Robert Foster, and Chauncey and Francis Higbee, Andrew H. Hedges
Book Review: Mormons in the Piazza: History of the Latter-day Saints in Italy, Mauro Properzi
Toward Theological Inclusivism: The Effects of a World Religions Course in a Mormon University, Mauro Properzi
Combatting the “Too Broad, Too Vague, and Too Non-Definitive, Blanket Approach” to Finding Solutions for Women's Issues: The Essential Barbara B. Smith in Defining the Role of Women in the LDS Church, Mary Jane Woodger and Carrie Taylor Anguiano
Praying a Mission into Existence: Frantiska “Mamousek” Vesela Brodilova, Mary Jane Woodger, Tyler Smith, and Kiersten Roberson
William Mark Waddoups And His Kalaupapa Connection, Fred Woods
Submissions from 2016
Organizing the Church in Afghanistan, Kenneth L. Alford Ph.D.
Extradition, the Mormons, and the Election of 1843, Andrew H. Hedges
News from Salt Lake, 1847-1849, Andrew H. Hedges
Thomas Ford and Joseph Smith, Andrew H. Hedges
Micronesia's Coming of Age: The Mormon Role in Returning Micronesia to Self-Rule, Devan Jensen
In the Footsteps of Peter and Paul: Modern Pioneers in Italy, Mauro Properzi
Learning about Other Religions: False Obstacles and Rich Opportunities, Mauro Properzi
Jesus Christ’s Interactions with the Women of the New Testament, Mary Jane Woodger
A Vow Remembered: Lawrence Judd and His Pledge to Kalaupapa, Fred Woods
The Consecrated Service of Elder John W. F. Volker: The Netherlands Mission, Fred Woods
Submissions from 2015
Utah’s Role in Protecting the Mormon Trail during the Civil War, Kenneth L. Alford Ph.D.
Submissions from 2014
Prophets Rendering Christlike Service: Looking to Peter as an Example, Kenneth L. Alford Ph.D.
Teaching with the 2013 Edition of the Doctrine and Covenants, Kenneth L. Alford Ph.D. and Gerrit J. Dirkmaat
Visions of Faith: Early Church Pioneers in Ghana, Kenneth L. Alford Ph.D. and JeanMarie Stewart
Mormon Christianity: What Other Christians Can Learn from the Latter-day Saints, Mauro Properzi
Elaine Anderson Cannon, Young Women General President: Innovations, Inspiration, and Implementations, Mary Jane Woodger
De ziel van Kalaupapa, Fred Woods
Submissions from 2013
Civil War Saints: Research Update, Kenneth L. Alford Ph.D.
Joseph F. Smith and the First World War: Eventual Support and Latter-day Saint Chaplains, Kenneth L. Alford Ph.D.
Using "The Joseph Smith Papers" in the Classroom, Kenneth L. Alford Ph.D.
Parallels between Psalms 25-31 and the Psalm of Nephi, Kenneth L. Alford Ph.D. and D. Bryce Baker
"The brave men, living and dead, who struggled here": Utah Veterans and the Gettysburg Reunion of 1913, Kenneth L. Alford Ph.D. and Ken Nelson
The Book of Mormon: A Very Short Introduction – Terryl L. Givens (Book Review), Mauro Properzi
The Lot Smith Cavalry Company: Utah Goes to War, Joseph R. Stuart and Kenneth L. Alford Ph.D.
Mormon missionaries and the University of Melbourne Basketball Club, Fred Woods
The Introduction of Mormonism to Finnish Society, 1840-1900. By Kim Östman. Åbo Akademi University Press, Fred Woods
The Mormons and the Mounties: Contact and Assimilation in the Late Nineteenth Century, Fred Woods
Loftur Jónsson: A Mormon Icelandic Pillar of Strength, Fred Woods and Kari Bjarnason
Submissions from 2012
Ben E. Rich: Sharing the Gospel Creatively, Kenneth L. Alford Ph.D.
Indian Relations in Utah during the Civil War, Kenneth L. Alford Ph.D.
I Will Send You Elijah the Prophet, Kenneth L. Alford Ph.D.
Latter-day Saints and the Civil War, Kenneth L. Alford Ph.D.
Mormons and the Grand Army of the Republic, Kenneth L. Alford Ph.D.
Utah and the Civil War Press, Kenneth L. Alford Ph.D.
What's in a Name? The Establishment of Camp Douglas, Kenneth L. Alford Ph.D. and William P. MacKinnon
“Silence, Ye Fiends of the Infernal Pit!”: Joseph Smith’s Incarceration in Richmond, Missouri, November 1838, Alexander L. Baugh
Mormon Motivation for Enlisting in the Civil War, Brant Ellsworth and Kenneth L. Alford Ph.D.
LDS Understandings of Religious Freedom: Responding to the Shifting Cultural Pendulum, Mauro Properzi
Review- The Development of LDS Temple Worship, Mauro Properzi
The daily routine of a Mormon prophet, George Albert Smith, Mary Jane Woodger
Launching Mormonism in the South Pacific: The Voyage of the Timoleon, Fred Woods
Submissions from 2011
The Historical and Geographical Beginnings of the Church of Christ (Temple Lot), R. Jean Addams and Alexander L. Baugh
A History of Mormon Catechisms, Kenneth L. Alford Ph.D.
Camp Douglas: Keeping a Watchful Eye on the Saints, Kenneth L. Alford Ph.D.
"Delivered by the Power of God": Nephi's Vision of America's Birth, Kenneth L. Alford Ph.D.
Latter-day Saint Poetry and Songs of the Utah War, Kenneth L. Alford Ph.D.
The Salt Lake Theatre: Brigham's Playhouse, Kenneth L. Alford Ph.D. and Robert C. Freeman Ph.D.
The Circumference of the Apostleship, Richard Bennett
Men in Motion: Administering and Organizing the Gathering, Fred Woods
The Arrival of Nineteenth Century Mormon Emigrants in Salt Lake City, Fred Woods
The Latter-day Saint Edition of the King James Version, Fred Woods
Making Friends Down Under: The Beginnings of LDS Missionary Work on Thursday Island, Queensland, Australia, 1961, Fred E. Woods
Jon Jonsson: Icelandic Mormon Poet and Translator, Fred E. Woods and Kári Bjarnason
Submissions from 2010
A Historical Note on Joseph Smith’s 1836 Visit to the East India Marine Society Museum in Salem, Massachusetts, Alexander L. Baugh
Jacob Hawn and the Hawn’s Mill Massacre: Missouri Millwright and Oregon Pioneer, Alexander L. Baugh
Religious Education and the Joseph Smith Papers Project, Alexander L. Baugh
Joseph Smith and the First Principles of the Gospel, 1820-29, Richard Bennett
Wilford Woodruff and the Rise of Temple Consciousness among the Latter-day Saints, 1877-84, Richard E. Bennett
Joseph Smith, John C. Bennett, and the Extradition Attempt, 1842, Andrew H. Hedges and Alex D. Smith
The "Sangamo Journal's" "Rebecca" and the "Democratic Pets": Abraham Lincoln's Interaction with Mormonism, Mary Jane Woodger and Wendy Vardeman White
Wilford Woodruff and the Gathering of Modern-day Israel, 1834-50, Fred Woods
Making Friends in Missouri: Telling the Steamboat Saluda Story and Its Aftermath, Fred E. Woods
Submissions from 2009
A Conversation with Roger R. Keller, Kenneth L. Alford Ph.D.
The Haun’s Mill Massacre and the Extermination Order of Missouri Governor Lilburn W. Boggs, Alexander L. Baugh
We Know No North, No South, No East, No West: Mormon Interpretations of the Civil War, 1861-1865, Richard Bennett
Belonging (and Believing) as LDS Scholars of Religion, Mauro Properzi
A Gifted Gentleman in Perpetual Motion: John Taylor as an Emigration Agent, Fred Woods
The 1854 Mormon Emigration at the Missouri-Kansas Border, Fred Woods
Submissions from 2008
“Upon a Lot . . . Not Far From the Courthouse”: A Photographic History of the Temple Lot in Independence, Jackson County, Missouri, Alexander L. Baugh
The Lady and the Governor: Emma Hale Smith’s and Thomas Carlin’s 1842 Correspondence, Andrew H. Hedges and Alex D. Smith
“That They Might Rest Where the Ashes of the Latter-day Saints Reposed”: The Far West, Missouri, Burial Ground, Michael S. Riggs and Alexander L. Baugh
"Cheat the Asylum of a Victim": George Albert Smith's 1909—12 Breakdown, Mary Jane Woodger
Jonathan Napela: A Noble Hawaiian Convert, Fred Woods
The Soul of Kalaupapa, Fred Woods
Submissions from 2007
A Rare Account of the Haun’s Mill Massacre: The Reminiscence of Willard Gilbert Smith, Alexander L. Baugh