Utah Historical Review

Utah Historical Review Utah Historical Review is the journal of history published by the Alpha Rho chapter of Phi Alpha Theta (the National History Honor Society) at the University of Utah.

www.utahhistoricalreview.org Utah Historical Review is published annually by the Alpha Rho chapter of Phi Alpha Theta, the national history honors society for the benefit of students, faculty and the public.

Mission: To promote the study of history through the encouragement of research, good teaching, publication and the exchange of learning and ideas among historians.

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We would like to announce our fifth annual call for papers.
04/21/2015
Call for Papers | Utah Historical Review

We would like to announce our fifth annual call for papers.

Call for Papers Posted on Oct 2, 2014 by UHR in Updates | 0 comments The Utah Historical Review is pleased to announce our annual Call for Papers. UHR is a yearly history journal published by Phi Alpha Theta – Alpha Rho, the University of Utah’s chapter of the National History Honors Society. All un…

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01/28/2015
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This year’s journals look marvelous. Special thanks to the cover designer, Megan Dipo.
01/28/2015

This year’s journals look marvelous. Special thanks to the cover designer, Megan Dipo.

Relatedness and Mortality among Jamestown Colony SettlersTeresa Potter, PhDSalt Lake Community College
01/28/2015
Relatedness and Mortality among Jamestown Colony Settlers | Utah Historical Review

Relatedness and Mortality among Jamestown Colony Settlers
Teresa Potter, PhD
Salt Lake Community College

Relatedness and Mortality among Jamestown Colony Settlers Posted on Oct 22, 2014 by UHR in Abstracts | 0 comments Teresa PotterSalt Lake Community CollegePublished in Utah Historical Review, Vol IV. This study will test the correspondence of relatedness with mortality risk in the founding population…

Someone like Us: The Revolutionary Result of the United States’ Contradictory Foreign Policy toward IranAnthony M. Frenz...
01/28/2015
Someone like Us: The Revolutionary Result of the United States’ Contradictory Foreign Policy...

Someone like Us: The Revolutionary Result of the United States’ Contradictory Foreign Policy toward Iran
Anthony M. Frenzel
Utah State History Department

Someone like Us: The Revolutionary Result of the United States’ Contradictory Foreign Policy toward Iran Posted on Oct 22, 2014 by UHR in Abstracts | 0 comments Anthony M. FrenzelUtah State University Published in Utah Historical Review, Vol IV. Shortly after being elected President, Ike Eisenhower…

“Fulfilling the Essentials of Woman’s Being”: How the 1851 British Census Legitimized Victorian MisogynyKatie LairdThe U...
01/28/2015
“Fulfilling the Essentials of Woman’s Being”: How the 1851 British Census Legitimized Victorian...

“Fulfilling the Essentials of Woman’s Being”: How the 1851 British Census Legitimized Victorian Misogyny
Katie Laird
The University of Utah

“Fulfilling the Essentials of Woman’s Being”: How the 1851 British Census Legitimized Victorian Misogyny Posted on Oct 22, 2014 by UHR in Abstracts | 0 comments Katie LairdUniversity of Utah Published in Utah Historical Review, Vol IV. In its 1851 census, England recorded for the first time the mari…

Combating Insurgency in British PalestineNicholas HayenThe University of Utah
01/28/2015
Combating Insurgency in British Palestine | Utah Historical Review

Combating Insurgency in British Palestine
Nicholas Hayen
The University of Utah

Combating Insurgency in British Palestine Posted on Oct 22, 2014 by UHR in Abstracts | 0 comments Nicholas HayenUniversity of Utah Published in Utah Historical Review, Vol IV. Insurgencies are the new normal of warfare in this emerging century. Of course, resistance against an opposing armed force i…

Environmental Impacts on the German Blitzkrieg in World War TwoJonathan Dillon KuhlUtah State History Department
01/28/2015
Environmental Impacts on the German Blitzkrieg in World War Two | Utah Historical Review

Environmental Impacts on the German Blitzkrieg in World War Two
Jonathan Dillon Kuhl
Utah State History Department

Environmental Impacts on the German Blitzkrieg in World War Two Posted on Oct 22, 2014 by UHR in Abstracts | 0 comments Jonathan Dillon Kuhl — Member ΦΑθ-ΔΞPublished in Utah Historical Review, Vol IV. The Blitzkrieg was the combined use of tanks, air craft and infantry hitting hard and fast to seize…

Codification of Table Manners at the Eucharist in Early Stuart England: Reworking the Reformation in the English ChurchC...
01/28/2015
Codification of Table Manners at the Eucharist in Early Stuart England: Reworking the...

Codification of Table Manners at the Eucharist in Early Stuart England: Reworking the Reformation in the English Church
Christopher Phil McAbee
The University of Utah

Codification of Table Manners at the Eucharist in Early Stuart England: Reworking the Reformation in the English Church Posted on Oct 22, 2014 by UHR in Abstracts | 0 comments Christopher Phil McAbeeUniversity of Utah — Member ΦΑθ-APPublished in Utah Historical Review, Vol IV. Using official church…

The Complications of State-Building: Reevaluating the Role of Britain in the Creation of IraqGregory JacksonThe Universi...
01/28/2015
The Complications of State-Building: Reevaluating the Role of Britain in the Creation of Iraq |...

The Complications of State-Building: Reevaluating the Role of Britain in the Creation of Iraq
Gregory Jackson
The University of Utah

The Complications of State-Building: Reevaluating the Role of Britain in the Creation of Iraq Posted on Oct 22, 2014 by UHR in Abstracts | 0 comments Gregory JacksonUniversity of Utah — Member ΦΑθ-BƖPublished in Utah Historical Review, Vol IV. When the defunct Ottoman Empire’s Middle-Eastern territo…

Gardening and American Nationalism during World War II: The Home Front Fight For FoodMelinda R. HortinThe University of ...
01/28/2015
Gardening and American Nationalism during World War II: The Home Front Fight For Food | Utah...

Gardening and American Nationalism during World War II: The Home Front Fight For Food
Melinda R. Hortin
The University of Utah

Gardening and American Nationalism during World War II: The Home Front Fight For Food Posted on Oct 22, 2014 by UHR in Abstracts | 0 comments Melinda R. HortinUniversity of Utah — Member ΦΑθ-APPublished in Utah Historical Review, Vol IV. This essay focuses on the Victory Garden movement in the US du…

Mormon Rationalism in the Life and Conversion of Anson CallHadyn B. CallHadyn B. CallUtah State University
01/28/2015
Mormon Rationalism in the Life and Conversion of Anson Call | Utah Historical Review

Mormon Rationalism in the Life and Conversion of Anson Call
Hadyn B. CallHadyn B. Call
Utah State University

Mormon Rationalism in the Life and Conversion of Anson Call Posted on Oct 22, 2014 by UHR in Abstracts | 0 comments Hadyn B. CallUtah State University — Member ΦΑθ-AΓΟPublished in Utah Historical Review, Vol IV. In his article, “Infallible Proofs, Both Human and Divine: The Persuasiveness of Mormoni…

Filipinos under the American Colonial GazeTamara TaysomThe University of Utah
01/28/2015
Filipinos under the American Colonial Gaze | Utah Historical Review

Filipinos under the American Colonial Gaze
Tamara Taysom
The University of Utah

Filipinos under the American Colonial Gaze Posted on Oct 16, 2014 by UHR in Abstracts | 0 comments Tamara TaysomUniversity of Utah — Member ΦΑθ-APPublished in Utah Historical Review, Vol IV. In 1898, when the United States took control of the Philippine Islands, Americans were new to colonization. U…

The Origins of Islamic Legal Theory: The Traditionalist and Western PerspectivesKurt Rasim GünerThe University of Utah
01/28/2015
The Origins of Islamic Legal Theory: The Traditionalist and Western Perspectives | Utah...

The Origins of Islamic Legal Theory: The Traditionalist and Western Perspectives
Kurt Rasim Güner
The University of Utah

The Origins of Islamic Legal Theory: The Traditionalist and Western Perspectives Posted on Oct 16, 2014 by UHR in Abstracts | 0 comments Kurt Rasim GünerUniversity of Utah Published in Utah Historical Review, Vol IV. Islamic law is both immensely important to those living in the modern Middle East a…

How Circleville RemembersSuzanne CatharineThe University of Utah
01/28/2015
How Circleville Remembers | Utah Historical Review

How Circleville Remembers
Suzanne Catharine
The University of Utah

How Circleville Remembers Posted on Oct 16, 2014 by UHR in Abstracts | 0 comments Suzanne CatharineUniversity of Utah — Member ΦΑθ-APPublished in Utah Historical Review, Vol IV. In late April 1866, residents of the small Mormon settlement of Circleville slit the throats of sixteen unarmed Paiute Ind…

Body Image in Mauritania: Bigger is BetterChelsea Seira ThompsonThe University of Utah
01/28/2015
Body Image in Mauritania: Bigger is Better | Utah Historical Review

Body Image in Mauritania: Bigger is Better
Chelsea Seira Thompson
The University of Utah

Body Image in Mauritania: Bigger is Better Posted on Oct 16, 2014 by UHR in Abstracts | 0 comments Chelsea Seira ThompsonUniversity of Utah Published in Utah Historical Review, Vol IV. In the North African nation of Mauritania, women are expected to maintain large, voluptuous bodies to the point of…

Making Muralist Jokes: Asco’s Contestation of the Mural and its Challenge to Chicano/a AestheticsRenato Olmedo-GonzálezT...
01/28/2015
Making Muralist Jokes: Asco’s Contestation of the Mural and its Challenge to Chicano/a...

Making Muralist Jokes: Asco’s Contestation of the Mural and its Challenge to Chicano/a Aesthetics

Renato Olmedo-González
The University of Utah

Making Muralist Jokes: Asco’s Contestation of the Mural and its Challenge to Chicano/a Aesthetics Posted on Oct 16, 2014 by UHR in Abstracts | 0 comments Renato Olmedo-GonzálezUniversity of Utah Published in Utah Historical Review, Vol IV. The onset of the Chicano civil rights movement in the United…

Book Review for Yuki Tanaka’s TextLindsey Lamph Larson 255–256This Republic of Suffering: Death and the American Civil W...
01/28/2015
Book Reviews | Utah Historical Review

Book Review for Yuki Tanaka’s Text
Lindsey Lamph Larson 255–256

This Republic of Suffering: Death and the American Civil War
Nels Abrams 259–260

Book Review of Girls of Ryadh
Ellen E Young 261–262

Book Reviews Posted on Oct 11, 2014 by UHR in Abstracts | 0 comments The 2014 issue of The Utah Historical Review contained the following book reviews: Book Review for Yuki Tanaka’s Text Lindsey Lamph Larson 255–256 This Republic of Suffering: Death and the American Civil War Nels Abrams 259–260 Boo…

Volume IV Published
01/28/2015

Volume IV Published

Volume Four of the Utah Historical Review has been published online.

You can access the online version or order a print version through our website at http://utahhistoricalreview.com/

Thank you to all the students and faculty who helped make this issue bigger and better than ever before.

08/03/2014

Volume IV is almost here. We would like to announce the winner of the cover design contest, Megan Dipo. What does the design look like? Check back next week as we start rolling out this year’s issue of Utah Historical Review.

04/12/2014

Congratulations to the historians accepted to this year’s journal!

All this year’s acceptance and regrets letters have been sent out. If you submitted an abstract to the UHR this year and haven’t received an email, you need to contact us as soon as possible.

Check back here to monitor our progress toward publication.

Call for papers for The American West Center at the University of Utah symposium next year.
12/07/2013

Call for papers for The American West Center at the University of Utah symposium next year.

A call for papers for the American West Center's symposium next year (September 19-21, 2014) in honor of its 50th Anniversary. For more information, please visit the AWC webpage: http://awc.utah.edu/about/AWC50th.php

Design the cover for our print journal and win a copy of the journal, a T-shirt and a publishing credit. We are seeking ...
11/09/2013
COVER DESIGN CONTEST | Utah Historical Review

Design the cover for our print journal and win a copy of the journal, a T-shirt and a publishing credit. We are seeking designs that speak to the unique qualities of Utah and/or elicit a strong connection to the discipline of history. Click the link for more information.

http://utahhistoricalreview.com/cover-design-contest/

COVER DESIGN CONTESTPosted on Nov 9, 2013 by UHR in Updates | 0 commentsDesign the cover for our print journal and win a copy of the journal, a T-shirt and a publishing credit. We are seeking designs that speak to the unique qualities of Utah and/or elicit a strong connection to the discipline of hi...

11/04/2013

The Utah Historical Review will be having a meeting on Friday the 8th of November at 12PM in room 101 of the Carolyn Tanner Irish Humanities Building. We will be going over a few topics relating to the journal, but of particular importance is the explanation of workflow and the manner in which we move from article submission to publication.

If you are interested in participating this year as either an author or an editor, please join us.

Volume III Published
07/02/2013

Volume III Published

Volume Three of the Utah Historical Review has been published online.

We still have a little ‘post production’ work to be done to finish up the files to send to the printers, but print versions will be available for order on the 24th of July.

Thank you to all the students and faculty who helped make this issue bigger and better than ever before.

http://utahhistoricalreview.com/saint-domingue-changing-concepts-of-race-in-the-graveyard-of-the-enlightenment/
07/02/2013
Saint-Domingue: Changing Concepts of Race in the Graveyard of the Enlightenment | Utah...

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Saint-Domingue: Changing Concepts of Race in the Graveyard of the EnlightenmentPosted on Jul 2, 2013 by UHR in Abstracts | 0 commentsBrian J. MottUtah State UniversityPublished in Utah Historical Review, Vol III.The Haitian Revolution is often overlooked in Historical analysis, but had far reaching…

http://utahhistoricalreview.com/pentecostal-power-a-study-on-the-origin-and-conflicts-of-glossolalia-within-nineteenth-c...
07/02/2013
Pentecostal Power: A Study on the Origin and Conflicts of Glossolalia within Nineteenth Century...

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Pentecostal Power: A Study on the Origin and Conflicts of Glossolalia within Nineteenth Century MormonismPosted on Jul 2, 2013 by UHR in Abstracts | 0 commentsJeremy Sean LofthouseUniversity of UtahMember ΦΑΘ-APRead at the Utah Regional ΦΑΘ Conference at Utah State University Published in Utah Histo...

http://utahhistoricalreview.com/fatal-symptoms-how-opium-related-corruption-fueled-instability-in-the-government-of-the-...
07/02/2013
Fatal Symptoms: How Opium Related Corruption Fueled Instability in the Government of the...

http://utahhistoricalreview.com/fatal-symptoms-how-opium-related-corruption-fueled-instability-in-the-government-of-the-republic-of-vietnam/

Fatal Symptoms: How Opium Related Corruption Fueled Instability in the Government of the Republic of VietnamPosted on Jul 2, 2013 by UHR in Abstracts | 0 commentsGrant Monson BurtonUniversity of UtahMember ΦΑΘ-APRead at the Utah Regional ΦΑΘ Conference at Utah State University Published in Utah Hist...

http://utahhistoricalreview.com/page-by-page-reconstructing-an-intellectuals-drive-to-collect/
07/02/2013
Page by Page: Reconstructing an Intellectual’s Drive to Collect | Utah Historical Review

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Page by Page: Reconstructing an Intellectual’s Drive to CollectPosted on Jul 2, 2013 by UHR in Abstracts | 0 commentsAllison FifeUtah State UniversityPublished in Utah Historical Review, Vol III.In 2004, Utah State University acquired a collection of approximately 1,200 rare volumes about the histor...

http://utahhistoricalreview.com/the-crucible-of-goodness-modern-horror-as-a-vehicle-for-the-christian-worldview/
07/02/2013
The Crucible of Goodness: Modern Horror as a Vehicle for the Christian Worldview | Utah...

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The Crucible of Goodness: Modern Horror as a Vehicle for the Christian WorldviewPosted on Jul 2, 2013 by UHR in Abstracts | 0 commentsMegan DipoUniversity of UtahMember ΦΑΘ-APPublished in Utah Historical Review, Vol III.The horror genre has undergone drastic changes in the last two hundred years. It...

http://utahhistoricalreview.com/co-opting-conversion-southern-slaves-unacceptance-of-christian-conversion-in-the-antebel...
07/02/2013
Co-opting Conversion: Southern Slaves (Un)Acceptance of Christian Conversion in the Antebellum...

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Co-opting Conversion: Southern Slaves (Un)Acceptance of Christian Conversion in the Antebellum EraPosted on Jul 2, 2013 by UHR in Abstracts | 0 commentsDavid T. ShackelfordUniversity of Utah Published in Utah Historical Review, Vol III.Winner of the 2013 U of U Essay AwardTraditional scholarship wou...

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