Join Lindsay as she chats with Joanna Brooks about what it’s like to experience fear as a Mormon Feminist and how you can transition from fear and move forward to let Mormon Feminism work for you.
Join Lisa as she interviews Kristine Haglund about growing up, her faith and her feelings about the church and how Kristine makes it all work.
Kristine Haglund is the current editor of Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought, a current or former permablogger at By Common Consent and Times and Seasons, and noted Mormon historian and cultural commentator. She has suggested that the “experience of independent Mormon publishing sector [can provide] . . . a potential model” for members “at a moment where new kinds of assimilation are called for.”
She has an A.B. from Harvard in German Studies and an M.A. from the University of Michigan in German Literature.
Join Lisa as she interviews Brad Kramer from By Common Consent (BCC) as he discusses his ‘feminist awakening’ and how his views about women and the church have evolved and shifted over time. He also discusses concerns close to his heart, like modesty and his unique views on female ordination within the church. Brad Kramer lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan, with his wife and five children. He is a PhD candidate in anthropology and is writing a dissertation on secrecy, gender, and kinship in Mormonism. He is a regular contributor to BCC.
Links mentioned in this podcast:
Brad’s post on Heavenly Mother.