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    • Agency and the American LDS woman

    • Mormons; Mormon women; Agent (Philosophy); American; Feminism - Religious aspects - Mormon Church
    • A paper that draws upon an ethnography of a contemporary American LDS community and the work of Saba Mahmood to reconceptualize the feminist theoretical category of agency. Within the academic, feminist literature on traditional religious women,...
    • Agency and the American LDS woman (2)

    • Mormons; Mormon women; Agent (Philosophy); American; Feminism - Religious aspects - Mormon Church
    • A paper that draws upon an ethnography of a contemporary American LDS community and the work of Saba Mahmood to reconceptualize the feminist theoretical category of agency. Within the academic, feminist literature on traditional religious women,...
    • Shall we run?

    • Mormons; Mormon women; Agent (Philosophy); American; Feminism - Religious aspects - Mormon Church
    • Aileen H. Clyde's portion of the keynote address "Running with it." "It" can be our imagination or our duty, our wish to serve, our opportunities or our need to know or do. "It" is also an expression of our agency as women. The most simple and...
    • Shall we run?

    • Mormons; Mormon women; Agent (Philosophy); American; Feminism - Religious aspects - Mormon Church
    • Aileen H. Clyde's portion of the keynote address "Running with it." "It" can be our imagination or our duty, our wish to serve, our opportunities or our need to know or do. "It" is also an expression of our agency as women. The most simple and...
    • Agency

    • Mormons; Mormon women; Agent (Philosophy); American; Feminism - Religious aspects - Mormon Church
    • Anna Rolapp's portion of the panel discussion "Embracing agency." Panelists Pam Everson, Sandra Lee, Anna Rolapp, and Marian Ward share their personal experiences with agency. They discuss a moment in which they embraced their own selfhood, when...
    • Mormon women in the history of second-wave feminism

    • Mormon women; Mormonism; Women; Theology; Second-wave feminism
    • Author discusses selected themes in the history of second-wave feminism in connection with Mormon feminism while focusing on the emergence of feminist groups, the discovery of history, and the double bind of identity politics where Mormon feminists...
    • Closing remarks

    • Mormons; Mormon women; Agent (Philosophy); American; Feminism - Religious aspects - Mormon Church
    • Claudia Bushman offers closing remarks for this one-day conference in which the choices, insights, and agency of Mormon women was explored. Keynote speakers included Aileen Clyde, former 2nd Counselor in the Latter-day Saint General Relief Society...
    • What can we do?

    • Mormon women; Women; Mormonism; Theology; Education; Writing; Oral histories; Chautauquas; Interviews; Congresses and conventions; Contemplation; Lectures and lecturing
    • Claudia L. Bushman introduces a roundtable discussion by suggesting what Latter-day Saints (LDS) women can do to enlarge their spheres. The participants add their best practical and blue-sky ideas.
    • Introduction: Should LDS women do theology?

    • Mormon women; Women; Mormonism; Theology; Hafen, Bruce C.; Hafen, Marie K.; Maxwell, Neal A.; Snow, Eliza R. (Eliza Roxey), 1804-1887; Woodruff, Wilford, 1807-1898; Smith, Joseph, 1805-1844; Smith, Emma Hale; Smith, Joseph F. (Joseph Fielding),...
    • Deidre Green presents a paper that opens a fruitful consideration of what Latter-day Saints (LDS) women’s relationship to theology has been in the past and what it can be in the future.
    • Running with it

    • Mormons; Mormon women; Agent (Philosophy); American; Feminism - Religious aspects - Mormon Church
    • Emily Clyde Curtis' portion of the keynote address "Running with it." "It" can be our imagination or our duty, our wish to serve, our opportunities or our need to know or do. "It" is also an expression of our agency as women. The most simple and...
    • Running with it

    • Mormons; Mormon women; Agent (Philosophy); American; Feminism - Religious aspects - Mormon Church
    • Emily Clyde Curtis' portion of the keynote address "Running with it." "It" can be our imagination or our duty, our wish to serve, our opportunities or our need to know or do. "It" is also an expression of our agency as women. The most simple and...

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