The Juanita Brooks Series in Mormon History and Culture

Editors: Amanda Hendrix-Komoto (

This new series, named for pioneering Mormon historian Juanita Brooks, welcomes exciting new academic monographs and contributed volumes of previously unpublished essays that break new ground in the study and understanding of Mormon history and culture. Books that explore understudied or controversial aspects of Mormonism are considered essential to the intellectual mission of the series, as are works that put Mormon history and culture in conversation with contemporary scholarly trends in transnational studies, Native American and Indigenous studies, the study of the American West, women’s history, and regional histories. Always open and inclusive, the series accepts proposals from both established and emerging scholars and writers while striving to publish rigorous scholarship accessible to an informed general audience.

Mediated Mormons

Rosemary Avance