Other presentations at these conferences that I am especially looking forward to:
Joe Geisner, "Very Careless in His Utterances: Editing, Correcting, and Censuring Conference Addresses," Sunstone.
Paul Crabtree and Laura Compton, "The Spin of Art: How Art Influences the Message of History," Sunstone.
Christopher Smith, "'Right of the Firstborn': Lineage and Heredity in the Theology of Joseph Smith," Sunstone.
Newell Bringhurst, "Campaign: Prospects for Success versus Potential for Failure," Sunstone.
Grant Underwood, "Transformations in Mormon Soteriology: A Historical Overview," MHA.
Stephen J. Fleming, "'The Welfare of Our Souls': The Smiths' Folk Rites and the False Dichotomy between Religion and Magic," MHA.
Joseph Probert, "The Influence of Elite Design on Temple Worship in the 1890s," MHA.
Don Bradley, "'Angel with a Drawn Sword': Kirtland Roots of Nauvoo Polygamy," MHA.
Ugo Alessandro Perego, "'Poisoned Springs'? Scientific Testing of the More Recent Anthrax Theory," MHA.
Michael Harold Paulos, "'Horrib[le] Caricature[s]' and 'Hideous... Cartoons': Political Cartooning and the Reed Smoot Hearings," MHA.
Connie Lamb, "Symbols of the LDS Relief Society," MHA.
Stephen C. Tayson, "Rites of Affliction in Mormon History: The Case of Mormon Exorcisms," MHA.
Oh... perhaps here is a good plate to also mention that I've been given a date for my book to finally be out: by April 15th!