This week Education Week takes place at BYU-Provo. BYU Studies is sponsoring a session and we have a coupon to use when you visit our campus office. Additionally, we are offering an online promo code so everyone can take advantage of Education Week specials.
Online Special with Promo Code
If you are not attending Education Week, you can still get Education Week sale prices on our website by using this coupon code: EdWeek2013
Use the coupon code at checkout to get 20% off all of our books, journals and articles from today until August 24th. Let Education Week come to you by reading and studying all of our latest research on Mormon studies topics.
Also, every day during Education Week we will feature an article by the presenter in our session that day. That means you can read the latest research by each particular author on subjects such as the temple, early Church history and the First Vision.
Campus Specials and In-Store Coupon
For those attending Education Week in Provo, we invite you to visit our office on campus, where you can purchase books and past issues at discounted prices. Please bring this coupon with you for additional discounts in the store. And don’t forget, current subscribers receive a 10% subscriber discount as well.
SCHEDULE CHANGE in the BYU Studies-Sponsored Session
Additionally, BYU Studies will be sponsoring a session on four Mormon studies topics: temple, early Church history, Joseph Smith and habeus corpus, and the First Vision. The session will be held Tuesday, August 20, through Friday, August 23, in 455 MARB, from 12:30 to 1:25 p.m. The Wednesday and Friday presenters have switched the day of their presentation. The correct schedule is as follows:
- T – Empowering the Quorum of the Twelve to “Carry Out All the Measures of Joseph”: The Providential Partnership of Joseph Smith and Brigham Young (Ronald K. Esplin)
- W – Joseph Smith’s First Vision (Steven C. Harper)
- Th – Habeas Corpus in Nineteenth-Century Mormonism: Joseph Smith’s Legal Bulwark for Personal Freedom (Jeffrey N. Walker)
- F – “Line upon Line, Precept upon Precept”: The Rise of Temple Consciousness, 1847-1877 (Richard E. Bennett)