“BYU Periodicals,” Ensign, Oct. 1979, 70–71
Brigham Young University publishes three periodicals that may be of interest to many Church members, providing new insights into recent research and a new look at important topics. The periodicals are:
Speeches of the Year, available each April for $4.95, contains about twenty-five devotional and fireside speeches delivered the previous year on the BYU campus by General Authorities, general Relief Society President Barbara Smith, and BYU President Dallin Oaks.
BYU Studies, $8.00 per year, is a quarterly journal containing articles from all fields of learning—from poetry to science, from fiction to theology. Papers dealing with Church history often appear. Articles are generally scholarly in nature, but are written for “informed nonspecialists.”
Family Perspective, $7.00 per year, is a social science quarterly which includes articles and reports of research on many aspects of marriage and the family. Also scholarly in nature, it is intended “to disseminate information that may be used by teachers and family life educators as well as by concerned laymen.” Authors are both LDS and non-LDS.
(For subscriptions for the above three publications, write BYU Press, Business Office, 205 UPB, Provo, Utah 84602.)