Video Now Available of Skousen-Carmack Lecture “Editing Out the ‘Bad Grammar’ in the Book of Mormon”

Video is now available of the lecture presented by Royal Skousen and Stanford Carmack regarding grammatical variation in the Book of Mormon which took place on Wednesday, 6 April 2016, at BYU in Provo, Utah. This lecture coincide with the publication of parts 1 and 2 of Volume 3 of the Critical Text of the Book of Mormon: Grammatical Variation, which are now available from BYU Studies (call 801-422-6691).

  • Royal Skousen – “The Newest Installment in the Critical Text Project, Grammatical Variation
  • Stanford Carmack – “Suspect Grammar in the Book of Mormon”

This lecture was sponsored by BYU Studies, The Interpreter Foundation, and BYU’s College of Humanities and the Department of Linguistics and English Language.

Videos of 2016 Science & Mormonism Symposium Now Available

The Interpreter Foundation together with Utah Valley University, BYU Studies, and FairMormon, sponsored a conference, 2016 Second Interpreter Science & Mormonism Symposium: Body, Brain, Mind & Spirit, which took place on 12 March, 2016 on UVU Campus in Orem, Utah. It was filmed. Videos of each of the presentations are now available for free viewing on The Interpreter Foundation’s YouTube channel, or on MormonInterpreter.com. There is also a YouTube playlist available of the conference presentations.

Volume 18 Now Available for Ordering in Paperback and E-book Formats

The Interpreter Foundation is pleased to announce that Interpreter: A Journal of Mormon Scripture, Volume 18 (2016), is now available in paperback for ordering. The 288 page volume can be ordered online at Amazon, or better yet, at AmazonSmile if you would like to donate a portion of your purchase to The Interpreter Foundation at no additional cost to you. The volume price is $7.17 plus shipping (or free shipping with Amazon Prime membership). This price reflects the cost of printing only, with no markup or royalty. This bound volume includes all of the peer-reviewed articles that have been published in volume 18 online at MormonInterpreter.com. Continue reading

Upcoming Lectures: Editing Out the “Bad Grammar” in the Book of Mormon

Next week lectures will be presented by Royal Skousen and Stanford Carmack regarding grammatical variation in the Book of Mormon on Wednesday, 6 April 2016, at 7:00 pm, in room 1102 of the Jesse Knight Building (JKB) at BYU in Provo, Utah. These lectures coincide with the publication of parts 1 and 2 of Volume 3 of the Critical Text of the Book of Mormon: Grammatical Variation, which are now available from BYU Studies (call 801-422-6691).

  • Royal Skousen – “The Newest Installment in the Critical Text Project, Grammatical Variation
  • Stanford Carmack – “Suspect Grammar in the Book of Mormon”

These lectures are sponsored by BYU Studies, The Interpreter Foundation, and BYU’s College of Humanities and the Department of Linguistics and English Language.

Skousen+Carmack lecture April 6

Location information for 2016 Science & Mormonism Symposium, and other events

The location of the 2016 Science & Mormonism Symposium will be the Classroom Building, room 101, on the campus of Utah Valley University in Orem, Utah, on 12 March 2016. Click here for more location information.

We’d also like to note that there will be a no-host dinner at Brick Oven Restaurant in Provo (111 E 800 N, Provo, UT 84606, http://www.brickovenrestaurants.com) following the Symposium at 5:00pm. This will be an opportunity for students and others to mingle with some of the speakers in an informal setting. Space is limited, so advance sign-up at the Symposium is required.

There will also be a reception and presentation by Brother Guy Consolmagno on Sunday, 13 March 2016, at Juan Diego Catholic High School in Draper, Utah, from 2-4pm. It is free and open to the public. Click here for a flyer of the event.

Brother Guy Consolmagno will also deliver BYU’s Summerhays lecture on 10 March 2016, at 6:30pm in the Joseph Smith Building auditorium on BYU campus. Click here for more information about this event.

Click here for a summary of all of these events.