2017 “The Personal and The Historical,” in To Be Learned Is Good: Essays on Faith and Scholarship in Honor of Richard Lyman Bushman , ed. J. Spencer Fluhman, Kathleen Flake,, and Jed Woodworth, Provo, Utah: Neal A. Maxwell Institute.
1992 “A Phi Beta Kappa Key and a Safety Pin,” Commencement Address, University of Utah, reprinted in All God’s Critters Got a Place in the Choir, Salt Lake City: Aspen Books, 1995.
RESPONSES TO SCHOLARLY COMMENTARY ON MY WORK
2020. Response to Brittany Chapman Nash, Gary Bergera, Claudia Bushman, Christine Talbot, “Roundtable: A House Full of Females,” Journal of Mormon History 46.2 (April 2020): 74-95
2017. Response to Ann M. Little, W. Paul Reeve, Sarah Carter, “Review Panel: A House Full of Females,” Mormon Studies Review 5.1 (2017): 1-16.
2015. “Looking at a Candid Photograph of Myself,” response to Marion Rust, “Personal History: Martha Ballard, Laurel Thatcher Ulrich, and the Scholarly Guise in Early American Women’s Studies,” Legacy: A Journal of Women Writers, 32. 2, (2015):169-172.
2002. ”Dialogue,” a response to Mary Maples Dunn, Patricia Cline Cohen, Marla R. Miller, “Paradigm Shift Books: A Midwife’s Tale,” Journal of Women's History 14 (2002):158-161.
AN INTERVIEW WITH CORYDON IRELAND IN THE HARVARD GAZETTE
2014, Corydon Ireland, “I had the advantage of disadvantage”: Interview with Laurel Thatcher Ulrich, Harvard Gazette, October 22, 2014. Photographs by Stephanie Mitchell.
Laurel Thatcher Ulrich and Emma Lou Thayne, All God's Critters Got a Place in Choir. Salt Lake City: Aspen Books, 1995.
This book features personal essays and poems, mostly written in the 1970s and 1980s. For several years, I co-authored a column in Exponent II with Emma Lou, a well-know and much published poet and essayist. The Exponent II website now offers a PDF of the book available for $10.