Archives of the International Journal of Mormon Studies

The International Journal of Mormon Studies was a European based internationally focused, peer-reviewed online and printed scholarly journal, which was committed to the promotion of interdisciplinary scholarship by publishing articles and reviews of current work in the field of Mormon studies. With high quality international contributors, the journal explored Mormon studies and its related subjects.

IJMS published six volumes between 2008 and 2013 and generously allowed for free distribution of articles under a CC BY-NC-ND 2.5 license. While print copies of those volumes can still be published here, the web version of the journal was shut down in 2020. Fortunately, thanks to that generous license—and encouragement from former IJMS general editor David M. Morris—we are now able to offer access to the entire history of articles and reviews published through IJMS here on the JMSSA website.

Volume 1 (2008) contents

Volume 2 (2009) contents

Volume 3 (2010) contents

Volume 4 (2011) contents

Volume 5 (2012) contents

Volume 6 (2013) contents