Category: womanism

155: Liz Johnson: The Mormon Women’s Oral History Project

The Mormon Women’s Oral History Project is based at Claremont Graduate University and seeks to build an archive of ordinary Mormon women’s stories.  Claudia Bushman – the founder of the project states: “If we want to live forever in the…

150: Suzette Smith: A Personal Story of the Exponent II Magazine

Suzette Smith is a single, cancer-surviving Mormon feminist who maintains a strong faith in the LDS church while at the same time wishing for change, particularly for women. Her singular story points to the importance of seeing beyond binaries, the…

141: Bryndis Roberts: The Future of Ordain Women

Atlanta based attorney Bryndis Roberts is the chair-elect of Ordain Women.  In 2008 Bryndis joined the LDS church from the Black Baptist church and served for a number of years as a  Relief Society President in an inner city Atlanta Ward.  She…

139: Caroline Kline: Exploring Mormon Feminist Theology

Caroline Kline kicks off a series of podcasts for 2016 that will explore the topic of Mormon Feminist Theology.   Caroline Kline is a PhD candidate at Claremont Graduate University where she is writing her dissertation on Mormon women’s narratives…

110: Mormonism, Liberation Theology and Womanism: A conversation with Fatimah Salleh and Janan Graham

One of the most bewildering dilemmas in LDS theology is the lack of attention to social justice.  Yet born out the black experience in the US has been a compelling theology of liberation where Christianity is rooted in the experiences of…