The Journal of Mormon History exists to foster scholarly research and publication in the field of Mormon history. Manuscripts dealing with all aspects of Mormon history are welcome, including twentieth-century history and contemporary history, regional and local history, folklore, historiography, women's history, and ethnic/minorities history. First consideration will be given to those that make a contribution to knowledge through new interpretations and/or new information. The Board of Editors will also consider the paper's general interest, accuracy, level of interpretation, and literary quality. The Journal does not consider reprints or simultaneous submissions. Journal of Mormon History.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.Access: For the most current two years, only tables of contents are available on this Digital Commons website. While free full text is available for issues older than two years, readers wishing to read articles in recent issues need to subscribe to the journal by contacting Marilyn S Barney at email@example.com. The subscription process may take 7-10 days.