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Rosalynde Welch Oct 05, 2015
Mormonism’s Pope Francis moment didn’t happen this weekend. Its pre-Francis moment, that is, in which an ecclesiastical leader from the global south ascends to the highest ranks of an historically nor...
Rosalynde Welch Aug 04, 2015
Editors’ Note: This article is part of the Patheos Public Square on the Future of Faith in America: Mormonism. Read other perspectives here.In the present moment, I think it’s fair to say, Mormonism i...
Rosalynde Welch Apr 16, 2015
Presented without comment, at first:Tinder While I TaperWomen without menThe elective spinster: making a life of one's ownThe decline of marriage isn't a problemIt's not the economic inequality, it's ...
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Rosalynde Welch Jan 11, 2014
Tom Stoppard’s play Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead famously re-narrates the action of Hamlet from the point of view of two minor characters on the edge of the story. I sit down today to write s...
Rosalynde Welch Nov 04, 2013
This is one of those posts where the reader has to zag through a preliminary feint and counter-feint before arriving at the beginning. Last week a writer named Joni Hilton wrote an article for Meridia...
Rosalynde Welch Oct 11, 2013
Elder Oaks’s General Conference address last week has predictably prompted a lot of discussion, much of it circling gay marriage. I want to pay attention to a different passage from the address, one t...
Rosalynde Welch Oct 10, 2013
Yet another article on the crowded intersection of motherhood and career is making the rounds this month. Elizabeth Corey, a professor at Baylor University, has written a reflective and erudite piece ...
Rosalynde Welch Oct 08, 2013
I’ve written on this topic before, taking different approaches but generally coming down in favor of “modesty” -- by which I mean the collection of social norms and teachings that regulate LDS dress a...
Rosalynde Welch Oct 07, 2013
It's gender week on Salt & Seed! As a gimmick to motivate myself and to build readership, I'm going to put up a short post on a gender-related topic every day this week. Check back each day to see wha...
Rosalynde Welch Sep 25, 2013
It is a truth universally acknowledged -- or nearly so -- that “Austenland,” the film-child of writer Shannon Hale, director Jerusha Hess, and producer Stephenie Meyer, is a dud. Male reviewers in par...
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