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The Mormon Studies Review chronicles and assesses the developing field of Mormon studies with roundtable discussions, review essays, and book reviews. It ranges across disciplines and seeks to gather voices from a broad cross-section of the academy—both LDS and non-LDS—in order to provide scholars and interested non-specialists with a one-stop source for discussions of current developments in Mormon studies.

Editor-in-Chief

J. Spencer Fluhman, Brigham Young University

Managing Editor

Rachel Cope, Brigham Young University

Associate Editors

Melissa  Wei-Tsing Inouye, University of Auckland
Benjamin E. Park, University of Missouri

Production Editor

Don L. Brugger, Brigham Young University

Chief Editorial Assistant

Blair Dee Hodges, Brigham Young University

Editorial Advisory Board

Michael Austin, Executive Vice President of Academic Affairs, University of Evansville

Philip L. Barlow, Leonard J. Arrington Chair of Mormon History and Culture, Utah State University

Eric A. Eliason, Professor of English, Brigham Young University

Kathleen Flake, Richard L. Bushman Chair of Mormon Studies, University of Virginia

Terryl L. Givens, James A. Bostwick Chair of English and Professor of Literature and Religion, University of Richmond

Matthew J. Grow, Director of Publications, Church History Department, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Grant Hardy, Professor of History and Religious Studies, University of North Carolina—Asheville

Amy Hoyt, Visiting Assistant Professor of Religious Studies, University of the Pacific

Megan Sanborn JonesAssociate Professor of Theatre, Brigham Young University

Laurie F. Maffly-Kipp, Archer Alexander Distinguished Professor in the Humanities, John C. Danforth Center on Religion and Politics, Washington University in St. Louis

Susanna Morrill, Associate Professor of Religious Studies, Lewis and Clark College

Quincy D. Newell, Associate Professor of Religious Studies, Hamilton College

Seth Perry, Assistant Professor of Religion, Princeton University

Grant Underwood, Professor of History, Brigham Young University