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5 days 15 hours ago
Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought has long served as the journal of record for the intellectual and cultural life of the Mormon people. Thanks to five decades of work by editors, authors, and the Board, Dialogue  continues to provide space for some of the faith’s most vibrant thinking on cultural, historical, theological, and social Continue Reading »
Emily Jensen


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This year, the committee judging the Eugene England essay contest was impressed by the abundance of beautifully written, thought-provoking essays we received. While the committee selected three winners, they also nominated seven honorable mentions. First place: “To the Young Bishop who Conducted my Father’s Funeral Service Yesterday,” by Kif Augustine Second place: “Singing In Harmony, Continue Reading »
Emily Jensen

Dialogue Podcast #44 w/ Thomas Wayment

2 weeks 3 days ago
In this Dialogue podcast Thomas Wayment discusses “The New Testament: A Translation for Latter-day Saints A Study Bible.” From the Miller Eccles website: “I would like to share the story that is not told in the introduction and how I arrived at the point of having produced a new translation for the Saints.” With these Continue Reading »
Emily Jensen

Dialogue Podcast #45 w/ Gary Bergera

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In this Dialogue podcast Gary Bergera discusses “Confessions of a Mormon Historian: The Diaries of Leonard J. Arrington (1971 – 1997).” From the Miller Eccles website: Leonard Arrington (1917–1999) was born an Idaho chicken rancher whose early interests seemed not to extend much beyond the American west. Throughout his life, he tended to project a Continue Reading »
Emily Jensen

Video: Race, Lineage, and the 1920s-1940s Genealogical Society of Utah

1 month 4 weeks ago
Race, Lineage, and the 1920s-1940s Genealogical Society of Utah As a complement to Dialogue’s fall 2018 issue commemorating the end of the Church’s race-based restrictions, we offer an audio-with-slides presentation by Stirling Adams of “Mormon Israelism and the Genealogical Society of Utah.” His discussion breaks ground in showing the crucial role the Church’s Genealogical Society Continue Reading »
Emily Jensen

Review: The Call to Empathy in Elizabeth Garcia’s Stunt Double: A Seminar in Three Bodies

2 months 1 week ago
By Tyler Chadwick Elizabeth Garcia. Stunt Double. Georgetown, Kentucky: Finishing Line Press, 2016. 31 pp. Paper: $14.49. ISBN: 9781944251833.   Preliminaries Prose will not capture some people, the way they drift. (1)   Hence, poetry: movement, flesh, breath. Poetry drifts among bodies, anticipating arrival on the tongue, in the ear. Give it place. Let it Continue Reading »
Emily Jensen

Hannah, I Miss You by Miriam Wagstaff

3 months 1 week ago
This article is in conjunction with the art featured in the new 2018 Winter Issue. Life is fleeting and fragile—you never know when it might flicker and go out. Like a quivering leaf in November, you never know if the next wind will be the one to detach that leaf and bring it fluttering to Continue Reading »
Emily Jensen

Q&A with Quincy D. Newell

3 months 3 weeks ago
 (This Question and Answer took place between Dialogue and Quincy D. Newell, an associate professor of religious studies at Hamilton College and co-editor of the Mormon Studies Review. Dr. Newell recently finished her new book, Your Sister in the Gospel: The Life of Jane Manning James, a Nineteenth-Century Black Mormon, which will be published by Continue Reading »
Emily Jensen
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