“Stories with Honesty” :: A Twitterview with Joanna Brooks

“Stories with Honesty” :: A Twitterview with Joanna Brooks December 13, 2013

Students in my first year seminar read a series of religious autobiographies this fall, including Joanna Brooks’  The Book of Mormon Girl.  I’ve written a bit about the book previously here and here, and shared a bit about Mormon feminist activism here.

On the last day of our discussion of the book last month, I invited students to write out a few tweetable questions that I sent on to @askmormongirl, and here are her kind responses:

 

For another Twitterview from another class earlier this semester, check out this chat with Sarah Sentilles.
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