Leonard J. Arrington Lecture
The Special Collections and Archives of Utah State University's Merrill-Cazier Library houses the personal and historical collection of Leonard J. Arrington, renowned scholar of the American West.
The Leonard J. Arrington Mormon History Lecture annually hosts the presentation of current research by a leading scholar. Among the lecturers have been such notable historians as Thomas G. Alexander, Richard L. Bushman, Sarah Barringer Gordon, Howard Lamar, Jan Shipps, Donald Worster, and Pulitzer Prize-winner Laurel Thatcher Ulrich.
"Like the Hajis of Meccah and Jerusalem"
Orientalism and the Mormon Experience, 1820-1970
"What the Railroad Will Bring Us"
The Legacy of the Transcontinental Railroad Corporations
A Mountain of Paper
The Extraordinary Diary of Leonard James Arrington
In-Laws and Outlaws
Lessons in Research and Friendship and a Report from the Archives
Telling the Story of an Early African American Mormon Woman
Predicting the Past
The Utah War's Twenty-First Century Future
Redeeming a People
The Critical Role of Historical Examination in Moving Cultural and Moral Trajectories
What's True in Mormon Folklore?
The Contribution of Folklore to Mormon Studies
“A Marvelous Work”
Reading Mormonism in West Africa