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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



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