Jonathan Green

Jonathan Green {[email protected]} earned a BA from BYU, a PhD in German from the University of Illinois, and has held Fulbright, DAAD, and Humboldt research fellowships. He has taught at the College of Charleston, Michigan State University, the University of Arkansas, BYU-Idaho, and the University of North Dakota, and is currently a lecturer at Auburn University. He is the author of two books on late medieval and early modern prophetic texts, both published by the University of Michigan Press: Printing and Prophecy: Prognostication and Media Change, 1450–1550 (2012), and The Strange and Terrible Visions of Wilhelm Friess: The Paths of Prophecy in Reformation Europe (2014).

When Your Eternal Companion Has Fangs

Articles/Essays – Volume 42, No. 2

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Review: Confident Interpretations of Silence David Conley Nelson. Moroni and the Swastika: Mormons in Nazi Germany

Articles/Essays – Volume 48, No. 3

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