The Emotional and Priestly Logic of Plural Marriage

By Kathleen Flake, Leonard J. Arrington Mormon History Lecture Series No. 15, (Logan, UT: Utah State Univ., 2010)
 
The…

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Translating Time: The Nature and Function of Joseph Smith’s Narrative Canon

By Kathleen Flake, in Journal of Religion, 87, 4 (Oct. 2007): 497-527. 
Luther nailed his complaints…

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Joseph Smith’s Letter from Liberty Jail: A Study in Canonization

By Kathleen Flake, in Journal of Religion, 92, 4 (Oct. 2012): 515-526.
 
In honor…

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Re-placing Memory: Latter-day Saint Use of Historical Monuments and Narrative in the Early Twentieth Century

By Kathleen Flake, in Religion and American Culture 13 (Winter 2003): 69-110. Republished in Stephen C. Taysom, Dimensions of Faith: A Mormon Studies…

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‘Not To Be Riten’: The Mormon Temple Rite as Oral Canon

By Kathleen Flake, in Journal of Ritual Studies: 9(2) (Summer 1995).
 
The manner in which the…

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The Development of Early Latter-day Saint Marriage Rites, 1831-1853

By Kathleen Flake, in Journal of Mormon History 41, 1 (January 2015), 77-103. 
It is axiomatic…

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The Bible Plus: The Four Books of Mormonism

By Kathleen Flake, in The Christian Century (Aug. 8, 2012).
 
A mix of the familiar and…

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Ordering Antinomy: An Analysis of Early Mormonism’s Priestly Offices, Councils, and Kinship

By Kathleen Flake, in Journal of Religion and American Culture, 26, 2 (Summer, 2016). 

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How to Bury a Prophet

By Kathleen Flake, in Sightings, (2008), reprinted in The Columbia Sourcebook of Mormons in the United States, Reid L. Neilson and Terryl Givens,…

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The Mormon Corridor: Utah and Idaho

By Kathleen Flake, in Jan Shipps, ed., Religion in the Mountain West: Sacred Landscapes in Tension, (Altamira, 2004), 91-114. 

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