Noel B. Reynolds papers
The Brigham Young University Archives attempts to document the history of Brigham Young University from a variety of perspectives. This includes the intellectual life of the university which is best represented by the university’s faculty. The archives is home to several faculty papers collections including the Noel B. Reynolds papers.
Noel B. Reynolds served on the faculty of Brigham Young University in the Political Science Department from 1971 to 2011. He had a wide variety of interests that ranged from Plato’s political theory, constitutionalism and the rule of law, authorship studies, the Dead Sea Scrolls, and the Book of Mormon. The Noel B. Reynolds papers (MSS 7935) document Reynolds’ teaching career and his scholarly activities. The collection is divided into four series: 1. Correspondence, 1981-1997; 2. Research files, undated; 3. Faculty course materials, 1978-2011; and 4. Personal course materials, 1966-1985.
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