Podcast 1 Intro

January’s topic: Strengthen and Celebrate

Welcome to The Round Table’s debut podcast! This month we’re joined by honored guest Kristine Haglund for a 3-part conversation about why and how we hope to explore Mormon women’s identity. Please click on the tabs at the top of this page to learn more about us and about the goals of this new podcast series.

To listen to this podcast on-site, begin here.
To download this podcast via iTunes, click here.

Kristine Haglund is the editor of Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought. She received an A.B. from Harvard University in German Studies and her M.A. from the University of Michigan in German Literature. Her research focuses on women’s and children’s history in the LDS Church, specifically on pedagogical material for children and youth as a locus of women’s contributions to Mormon theology and doctrine, and on Mormonism in new media.

"I feel like my ward growing up in France always went all-out for Christmas. My ..."

Holiday Podcast 1: Chestnuts roasting
"I really enjoyed these podcasts. I think some excellentpoints were brought up, and I really ..."

9:3 Patriarchy Gets Personal
"I would like to see the list that someone mentioned (through WAVE?) of ways wards ..."

7:2 Power Paradoxes
"The point that the girls make:  “Even though she felt that the marriage was equal ..."

5:2 Does History Repeat Itself?

Browse Our Archives

Follow Us!


What Are Your Thoughts?leave a comment