Richard Bushman

RICHARD LYMAN BUSHMAN {[email protected]} with his wife, Claudia, taught a course on contemporary Mormonism at Co￾lumbia University in the spring of 2012. He is currently working on a study of eighteenth-century American farming and a cultural his￾tory of Joseph Smith’s gold plates.

Taking Mormonism Seriously

Articles/Essays – Volume 01, No. 2

In his article on the quest for authority in early Mormonism, Mario De Pillis contends that “the question of the historical origins of Mormonism must ever remain central” in any exchange between Mormons and non-Mormons.…

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The First Vision Story Revived

Articles/Essays – Volume 04, No. 1

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Faithful History

Articles/Essays – Volume 04, No. 4

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The Historians and Mormon Nauvoo

Articles/Essays – Volume 05, No. 1

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The Hill Version of the Prophet’s Life

Articles/Essays – Volume 11, No. 1

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Brigham as Moses: Brother Brigham by Eugene England

Articles/Essays – Volume 14, No. 1

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The Crisis in Europe and Hugh B. Brown’s First Mission Presidency

Articles/Essays – Volume 21, No. 2

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Would Joseph Smith Attend the New York State Arts Festival?

Articles/Essays – Volume 35, No. 3

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A Retrospective on the Scholarship of Richard Bushman

Articles/Essays – Volume 44, No. 3

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Mormon History Association Conference: Comment on “Conversion in 19th Century Mormonism: Identities and Associations in the Atlantic World”

Articles/Essays – Volume 45, No. 3

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