“Women’s Lives, Women’s Voices: Agency in the Lives of Mormon Women” Conference

Please join us for Claudia Bushman’s CGU women’s conference on Febrary 5 from 10am to  4pm. Aileen Clyde, former 2nd Counselor in the Relief Society General Presidency, and her granddaughter Emily Clyde Curtis, co-editor of the Exponent II magazine (and blogger at The Exponent) will be our keynote speakers.

Other speakers include feminist Mormon theologians who will speak about agency and subjectivity in women’s lives as well scholars who will examine themes and insights found in CGU’s Mormon Women Oral History Project.

Conference is free and open to the public and if you register by January 23, a free catered lunch will be provided for you.

Please click here for registration and conference details

Caroline

Caroline is a PhD student in Women's Studies in Religion and mother of three.

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3 Responses

  1. Marjorie Conder says:

    Is anyone going to this conference from the Salt Lake area? If so would you/could you take a passenger who would help pay for the gas. If so please contact me at mdconder at aol dot com
    I look forward to hearing from you

  2. Corktree says:

    I might be coming down from Boise, so I could pick you up. Still not sure though. I will email you if it looks like I might be able to.

  3. Myka says:

    I’ll be there- am looking forward to it! Sorry, driving from LA so can’t carpool from SLC! 🙂

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