Dialogue Podcasts

Dialogue Sunday School #9 w/ David Gore

Dialogue Sunday Gospel Study on Mosiah 29-Alma 4 David Charles Gore is Professor & Department Head in the Department of Communication at the University of Minnesota Duluth. He is the author of The Voice of the People: Political Rhetoric in the Book of Mormon published by the Neal A. Maxwell Institute in 2019 and co-author, with Joshua Trey Barnett, of “Dwelling in the Anthropocene: Notes Continue Reading »

Dialogue Heritage #5

In the fifth Dialogue Heritage podcast, Editor Taylor Petrey looks at Linda King Newell and Jackson Newell’s editorship and then Kay and Ross Peterson editorship: 1986 thru 1990. Within this span, Dialogue celebrated its 20th anniversary, brought more light to LGBT issues, did a roundtable on the Hoffman forgeries, and looked to be a safe place for those questioning during Continue Reading »

Dialogue Sunday School #8 w/ Bob Rees

Bob Rees, former editor of Dialogue, is a Visiting Professor and Director of Mormon Studies at Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley. Previously he taught at UCLA, UC Santa Cruz, and UC Berkeley and was a Fulbright Professor of American Studies in the Baltics. He is the author or editor of numerous studies, including The Readers’ Book of Mormon (co-edited with Continue Reading »

Dialogue Sunday School #7 w/ Fiona Givens

We are thrilled to have Fiona Givens teach the next Dialogue Sunday Gospel Study on Mosiah 18-24 from the “Come Follow Me” manual. Fiona Givens is a member of the BYU Maxwell Institute’s research staff. She was born in Nairobi, educated in British convent schools, and converted to the LDS church in Frankfurt-am-Main. She earned degrees in French, German, and Continue Reading »

Dialogue Sunday School #6 w/ Adam Miller

We are thrilled to have Adam Miller teach the Dialogue Sunday Gospel Study on Mosiah 11-17 from the “Come Follow Me” manual. Adam S. Miller is a professor of philosophy at Collin College in McKinney, Texas. He earned a BA in comparative literature from Brigham Young University and an MA and PhD in philosophy from Villanova University. He is the author of nine books, including Speculative Grace, The Continue Reading »

Dialogue Sunday School #5 w/ Roni Jo Draper

We are thrilled to have Roni Jo Draper teach the Dialogue Sunday Gospel Study on Mosiah 7-10 from the “Come Follow Me” manual. Roni Jo Draper (she/her/hers) is an enrolled member of the Yurok tribe and joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints when she was 19. She is a professor at Brigham Young University where she teaches Continue Reading »

Dialogue Book Report #3

For our third Book Report, Book Review Editor Andrew Hall discusses the beautiful reviews found in the new Spring 2020 Issue, guest edited by Exponent II. He talks to Margaret Hemming Olsen who helps him interview Ashley Mae Hoiland about her new books. Enjoy!

Dialogue Sunday School #4 w/ Kristine Haglund

We are thrilled to have Kristine Haglund teach this Dialogue Sunday School on Mosiah 4-6 from the “Come Follow Me” manual. Kristine Haglund was editor of Dialogue: a Journal of Mormon Thought from 2009-2015. She is currently at work on a short introduction to the intellectual legacy of Eugene England for the University of Illinois Press’s series on Mormon thinkers. Continue Reading »

Dialogue Sunday School #3 w/ Derek Knox and James Jones

We were so thrilled to have Bros. James C. Jones and Derek Knox share such a wonderful lesson on Mosiah 1-3. Check out the video if you missed it live. Derek Knox and James C. Jones are the hosts of the podcast, Beyond The Block, a member of the Dialogue Podcast Network, a show that focuses on centering the marginalized in Mormonism. Their Continue Reading »

Dialogue Heritage #4

In the fourth Dialogue Heritage podcast, Editor Taylor Petrey and Art Editor Andi Pitcher Davis look at the end of Mary Bradford’s editorship and the beginning of Linda King Newell and Jackson Newell, from the late 1980 to 1985. Learn how Dialogue dealt with feminist issues after Sonia Johnson’s excommunication and about how Dialogue fit into growing tensions between church Continue Reading »