N.O.W. 24 – Natasha Smith

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N.O.W. is a project that allows those with profiles on Ordain Women to tell their stories.

Natasha Smith shares her thoughts and hopes about women’s ordination as a bi-racial member. Because of Ordain Women, Natasha is no longer standing alone on the outskirts of main-stream mormonism. Her hope is that one day, nobody will ever have to again.

If you would like to post your profile for O.W., please contact them here.

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Episode 120: Guilt and Shame With Julie De Azevedo-Hanks

Join Lindsay as she interviews Julie de Azevedo-Hanks about the concept of Mormon Guilt and Shame.

 

Links mentioned in this podcast:

Julie de Azevedo Hanks website


The Burnout Cure: An Emotional Survival Guide for Overwhelmed Women


Wasatch Family Therapy
Relational-Cultural Theory

Cultural Transformation Theory

Research of Brene Brown http://www.brenebrown.com

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Year of Polygamy: Ann Gordge- The Mormon Calamity Jane, Episode 58

 

Join Lindsay as she discusses the fantastic and gruesome autobiography of the youngest wife of John D. Lee, Ann Gordge.  This episode contains strong themes of violence and listener discretion is advised.

 

 

Links mentioned in this podcast:

Ann’s Autobiography

Ann’s short bio

Playing With Shadows: Voices of Dissent in the Mormon West

The Limits of Autobiography: Trauma and Testimony

Blood of the Prophets by Will Bagley

Writing History, Writing Trauma

Red Water by Judith Freeman

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N.O.W. 23 – Catherine

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Catherine-3-e1378332628296-97196_960x480N.O.W. (Narrating Ordain Women) allows all those with  profiles on Ordain Women to share their stories with us.

Catherine, shares her thoughts and hopes about women’s ordination in the LDS church.  If you would like to post your profile for O.W., please contact them here.

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Episode 119: Famous Feminist Essays: Under Western Eyes: Feminist Scholarship and Colonial Discourses by Chandra Talpade Mohanty

Join Lindsay and Triné as they review Chandra Talpade Mohanty’s essay:

Under Western Eyes: Feminist Scholarship and Colonial Discourses

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Year of Polygamy: Polygamy Gets the Right to Vote, Episode 57

Join Lindsay and Kate Kelly as they discuss the Women’s Suffrage movement and how polygamy played and integral role.

Links mentioned in this podcast:

Photo of Martha Huges Cannon in the Utah State Senate in 1897

Sister-Wives and Suffragists: Polygamy and the Politics of Woman Suffrage 1870-1896

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Episode 118: Strong Women in TV

 

Join Triné and Dorothy as they discuss strong female characters on television for the 2014 Fall Season.

 

 

Links mentioned in this podcast:

 

The New York Times, Shonda Rhimes & How to Get Away With Being Racist

 

Mindy on The Mindy Project Needs to Stay Unlikable—for the Good of TV

 

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N.O.W. 22 – Jennifer Fry

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N.O.W. (Narrating Ordain Women) allows all those with  profiles on Ordain Women to share their stories with us.

Jennifer shares her thoughts and hopes about women’s ordination in the LDS church.  If you would like to post your profile for O.W., please contact them here.

 

(Film “God’s Daughters”)

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N.O.W. 21 – Natalie

NatalieNealweddingstory013-378473_960x480N.O.W. (Narrating Ordain Women) allows all those with  profiles on Ordain Women to share their stories with us.

Natalie, shares her thoughts and hopes about women’s ordination in the LDS church.  If you would like to post your profile for O.W., please contact them here.

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Year of Polygamy: Mormon Polygamy in the Mexican Colonies, Episode 56

Join Lindsay as she talks with historian Barbara Jones Brown about polygamy in Mexico around the turn of the century.

 

Links mentioned in this podcast:

Join the Mormon History Association!

Article in Deseret News, “Remembering a Grand Soul, Lorna Call Alder”

Guest post on Keepapitchinin about Lorna

Women of Conviction lecture series

Mormon Women’s History Initiative

“They Do Things Differently There”: Understanding a Polygamous, “Foreign Country”

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