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Mormon Studies Review

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Mormon Studies Review
MormonStudiesReview.jpg
DisciplineMormon studies
LanguageEnglish
Edited byQuincy D. Newell
Benjamin E. Park
Publication details
Former name(s)
Review of Books on the Book of Mormon, FARMS Review of Books, FARMS Review
History1989-present
Publisher
FrequencyAnnually
Standard abbreviations
ISO 4Mormon Stud. Rev.
Indexing
ISSN2156-8022
LCCN2004212364
OCLC no.755663963
Links

Mormon Studies Review is an annual academic journal covering Mormon studies published by the University of Illinois Press. Previously, until and including its 2018 issue, the journal was published by Brigham Young University's Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship.[1] In November 2018, ownership transferred to the University of Illinois Press, which continues to publish the journal.[1][2][3]

History

The Review of Books on the Book of Mormon was established in 1989 by the Foundation for Ancient Research and Mormon Studies (FARMS), with Daniel C. Peterson as founding editor-in-chief. It was renamed to FARMS Review of Books in 1996,[4] to FARMS Review in 2003,[5] and finally to Mormon Studies Review in 2011,[6][7] as the FARMS brand had been phased out[6] after being absorbed into the Maxwell Institute in 2006.[8]

Under Peterson's editorship, the journal specialized in LDS apologetics.[9] When FARMS joined with BYU in 1997, Peterson said to the Salt Lake Tribune, "FARMS has often had a polemical edge and we are curious to see how or whether that will be accommodated."[10]

Reboot

In 2012, Peterson was removed as editor and the journal entered hiatus as it sought to become more mainstream to Mormon studies.[9] In March 2013, the Maxwell Institute announced the journal would relaunch as a new religious studies review journal, without a primary focus on apologetics. J. Spencer Fluhman, from BYU's department of history, was appointed editor-in-chief with a new broad-based advisory board.[11][12][13][14] The new Review changed from biannual to annual publication, and restarted its numbering, beginning at volume 1 in 2014, signifying its change in editorial direction as a new publication.[15][16][11]

After publishing six volumes, the Maxwell Institute transferred ownership of the Review to the University of Illinois Press.[1][2] As of 2021, the University of Illinois continues to publish the Review.[3]

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c "'Mormon Studies Review' heads to University of Illinois Press". Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship. Retrieved 2018-11-14.
  2. ^ a b Colella, Alexa (January 31, 2019). "New Editors Appointed for Mormon Studies Review". University of Illinois Press Blog. Retrieved April 9, 2021.
  3. ^ a b "Mormon Studies Review". University of Illinois Press. Retrieved April 9, 2021.
  4. ^ Peterson, Daniel C. (1996), "Editor's Introduction: Triptych (Inspired by Hieronymus Bosch)", FARMS Review of Books, 8 (1): v, retrieved 2009-07-28
  5. ^ Midgley, Louis (2003), "Editor's Introduction: On Caliban Mischief", The FARMS Review, 15 (1): xi, retrieved 2009-07-28
  6. ^ a b Peterson, Daniel C. (2010), "Editor's Introduction: An Unapologetic Apology for Apologetics", The FARMS Review, 22 (2), retrieved 2011-02-04
  7. ^ Stack, Peggy Fletcher (2012-06-26), "Shake-up hits BYU's Mormon studies institute", The Salt Lake Tribune, retrieved 2013-04-05
  8. ^ "BYU renames ISPART to Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship". News Release. Brigham Young University. March 1, 2006. Retrieved 2014-12-15.
  9. ^ a b Stack, Peggy Fletcher (April 19, 2013), "Split emerges among Mormon scholars", The Salt Lake Tribune
  10. ^ Stack, Peggy Fletcher (November 8, 1997), Group Trying to Prove LDS Works Joins With BYU; But Can Controversial Questions Continue?, Salt Lake Tribune
  11. ^ a b Blair Hodges (2013-03-25), "Announcing the new Mormon Studies Review", Maxwell Institute Blog, Maxwell Institute, retrieved 2014-12-18
  12. ^ "The Role of Apologetics in Mormon Studies | Interpreter". Mormoninterpreter.com. 2012-12-14. Retrieved 2013-09-04.
  13. ^ Wendt, Anna (March 26, 2013), "Neal A. Maxwell Institute announces "Mormon Studies Review"", The Universe
  14. ^ From BHodges (2013-03-27), "Seven Questions for Spencer Fluhman", Maxwell Institute Blog, Maxwell Institute, retrieved 2014-12-18
  15. ^ "Periodicals: FARMS Review". Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship. Brigham Young University. Retrieved 2014-12-15.
  16. ^ J. Spencer Fluhman (2014). "Friendship: An Editor's Introduction". Mormon Studies Review. 1 (1): 2. Retrieved 2014-12-15.

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