My Review of “Mormon Feminism”


The new book, Mormon Feminism: Essential Writings, edited by Joanna Brooks, Rachel Hunt Steenblik, and Hannah Wheelwright is being released by Oxford University Press this month, and I consider it a must-read for anyone interested in constructive engagement at the intersection of feminism and religion. Here is an excerpt of my review of the book, [Read More...]

Thinking Generationally


For a variety of reasons related to my teaching and research, I’ve read three books in the last year by Mormon feminists across the generations: Wife No. 19, by Ann Eliza Young, 1876. From Housewife to Heretic:  One Woman’s Spiritual Awakening and her Excommunication from the Mormon Church, by Sonia Johnson, 1989. The Book of [Read More...]