Welcome to Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought, I’m your web editor and host of this guide, so sit back and enjoy learning more about this integral conduit of Mormon scholarship.
What is Dialogue?
The Dialogue journal has been around for over 40 years (45!) and prides itself as fulfilling an important niche for those wishing to explore the many variants of Mormon thought.
Dialogue continues this legacy by expanding online with new and free content, making available (and free!) most of its rich archives, staying abreast of contemporary news and events, sharing thought-provoking essays and discussions and much more.
Click for more: read Editor Kristine Haglund’s vision for Dialogue at “From the Editor.”
Because the field of Mormon Studies is rich and just beginning to unfurl.
Because people need opportunities to discuss, debate, and dare I say it, dialogue about Mormon issues.
Because Dialogue is not afraid to explore, to doubt, to dispute, to review, to testify, to express, and to inspire.
Click for more: read Eugene England’s, one of the founders of Dialogue, essay “The Possibility of Dialogue.”
Where is Dialogue?
Dialogue began at Stanford University, has bounced from coast to coast a few times, before settling in Utah (at least the business side). But Dialogue’s reach extends internationally as content flies in from all over the world.
Dialogue’s current editor, Kristine Haglund lives in Boston, but also bounces from coast to coast (and seemingly everywhere in between) to promote Dialogue as well as to keep a pulse on the ever-expanding field of Mormon Studies.
Click for more: find our exact address (as well as subscription and submission info) at Contact Us.
Who is Dialogue?
Dialogue is a conglomeration of brilliant people, both Mormon and not, both online and off, both past and present, who are interested in furthering the Mormon Studies dialogue. If you are someone who loves Mormon-flavored theology, history, politics, faith, art, literature, poetry, personal essay, and more join the “who” of Dialogue.
Click for more: applaud the hard-working Dialogue Staff.
How can I become a part of Dialogue?
Subscription to the journal opens up the entire Dialogue print world including online access to all past articles as well as puts a beautiful journal in your hands four times a year that is filled with crisp, contemporary content. And/or subscribe to the newsletter, follow us on twitter, check us out at Facebook, keep checking this site for updated content and news, purchase Dialogue products, or, if you are feeling generous, donate to help continue Dialogue’s legacy for years to come.