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Dialogue: Vol 1 No 3
Notes on Contributors
BUSHMAN: The Future of Mormon History 127 NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS james b. allen, Associate Professor of History at Brigham Young Univer- sity, is the author of articles on Mormon and Utah history and on teaching religion which have appeared in the Utah Historical Quarterly and the Improvement Era. In 1964 he published Mormonism in the Twentieth Cen- tury (with Richard O. Cowan) and this year his The Company Town in the American West was published by the University of Oklahoma Press. Before taking a position at BYU he was an L. D. S. Institute teacher for nine years; he is currently serving as Bishop of the BYU Sixteenth Ward. robert b. flanders, formerly Chairman of the Division of Social Sciences at Graceland College in Lamoni, Iowa, has taken a position this fall as Asso- ciate Professor of History at Ohio State University, Mansfield. He is the author of Nauvoo: Kingdom on the Mississippi (University of Illinois Press, 1965), which was reviewed by Klaus Hansen in the Summer issue of Dialogue, and is an Elder in the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. klaus j. hansen is no longer Visiting Assistant Professor of History at Utah State University, having accepted a permanent position there, beginning this year. He has been a contributor to Dialogue and Brigham Young University Studies and his Millennial Empire: The Political Kingdom of God and the Council of Fifty in Mormon History is being published this fall by the Mich- igan State University Press. thomas g. Alexander, Assistant Professor of History at Brigham Young Uni- versity, has published articles on Utah History in the Utah Historical Quarterly and the Pacific Historical Review and a review of recent articles on the Church and the law in the Summer issue of Dialogue. He is a member of the bishopric of his L. D. S. ward in Provo. phillip a. m. taylor is a Senior Lecturer in History at the University of Hull in England. Not himself a Mormon, he has published articles on Mormon history and the Far West in the Utah Historical Quarterly, the University of Birmingham Historical Journal, and the Economic History Review, and his Expectations Westward: the Mormons and the Emigration of their British Converts in the Nineteenth Century was published in Edinburgh in 1965. davis BiTTON was formerly Associate Professor of History at the University of California, Santa Barbara, where he was in the presidency of his Elders' Quorum. He has just taken a position as Associate Professor of History at the University of Utah and returned with his wife and five children to Mor- mon Country.