Academic journal article Communal Societies

From the Editors

Academic journal article Communal Societies

From the Editors

Article excerpt

The editorial team is pleased to present our first issue of 2017. Themes reflected in this issue range from the influence of centuries-old Moravian spirituality to millennarianism in early Mormon history to how leadership changes and utopian aspirations affect everyday life in contemporary intentional communities. This issue also follows up on CSA's October 2016 conference held in Salt Lake City, Utah, with the inclusion of an essay adapted from Grant Underwood's keynote address and a paper by Lane Atmore, who received the 2016 Starting Scholar Award presented at the conference.

Readers will be pleased to find a particularly robust collection of book reviews in this issue, representing some of the recent scholarship in the field of communal and intentional community studies. We are grateful to the scholars who agree to review recent communal studies scholarship for us, as it provides a valuable service for readers and researchers in the field.

As always, we wish to acknowledge the dedicated work of those editorial advisory board members and other scholars who so generously agree to the editorial team's requests to give of their time and expertise by serving as peer reviewers for paper submissions. …

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