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BYU Religious Studies Center titles now available in digital form

The Harold B. Lee Library at Brigham Young University has digitized 39 out-of-print titles published by the Religious Studies Center and made them available over the Internet.

Some of the titles include the popular regional studies guides to Latter-day Saint history as well as scholarly works on the Nauvoo Temple, Brigham Young and Welsh LDS writing.

To make the information more available and to avoid printing a limited number of new paper copies, the Religious Studies Center has digitized the collection, according to Mike Hunter, chair of the library’s Religion and Family History Department.

The Religious Studies Center is part of Religious Education at BYU. The center supports faithful gospel-related scholarship and the publication of that scholarship. The library plans to add more titles to this important collection as they become available.

Patrons can visit http://www.lib.byu.edu/rsc and search any title or they can choose to browse the entire collection.

For more information, contact Mike Hunter at (801) 422-4090.

Writer: Marissa Ballantyne

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