The Maxwell Institute wishes to thank David Calabro for his important contributions since joining our team in 2013. Calabro helped edit Arabic and Hebrew material in our Middle Eastern Text Initiative publications including the Medical Works of Moses Maimonides. Among other projects, he also assisted with Kristian Heal’s revised digital version of the Compendious Syriac Dictionary and helped Brian Hauglid on studies in […]Read More
For immediate release. From Y News. President Kevin J Worthen has announced the appointment of J. Spencer Fluhman as executive director of the Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship. Professor Fluhman’s selection comes after a national search for the replacement of M. Gerald Bradford, who has served as the executive director of the Institute […]Read More
The Journal of Book of Mormon Studies turns 25 years old this year and the editors want to celebrate. They’ve put together a special anniversary issue that includes a look at the Journal‘s history and a prospective essay looking to the future.
What’s more, they invited scholars to sound off on Grant Hardy’s groundbreaking book Understanding the Book of Mormon: A Reader’s Guide[…]Read More
As a scholar-practitioner of speech-language pathology, Dr. Bonnie Brinton has learned to allowing spiritual and academic insight flow both ways. Her faith sometimes informs her research and her research sometimes informs her faith. For over thirty years she has discovered “small and simple” principles to sustain her contributions to the understanding and treatment of children’s […]Read More