Feminist Mormon Housewives with Sara K.S. Hanks and Nancy Ross

Where We Must Stand: Ten Years of Feminist Mormon HousewivesIn this episode of the Religious Feminism interview series, Sara Katherine Staheli Hanks and Nancy Ross discuss how the blog Feminist Mormon Housewives revitalized the Mormon feminist movement in the early 2000s; the impact of blogging on church members; and their new book, Where We Must Stand: Ten Years of Feminist Mormon Housewives. You can find episode notes for the Religious Feminism Podcast here at the Exponent website: http://www.the-exponent.com/tag/religious-feminism-podcast/

Links to Connect and Learn More:

Where We Must Stand: Ten Years of Feminist Mormon Housewives, edited by Sara K.S. Hanks and Nancy Ross

Feminist Mormon Housewives

Feminist Mormon Housewives on Facebook

 

Sara K.S. Hanks

Nancy Ross

Sara Katherine Staheli Hanks’s Feminist Mormon Housewives blog posts

Sara on Facebook

Sara on Instagram

 

Nancy Ross’s Exponent blog posts

Nancy on Facebook

Nancy on Twitter

Additional Resources Discussed in the Podcast:

Hunger: A Memoir of (My) BodyYear of Polygamy Podcast

The Exponent

Zelophehad’s Daughters

Hunger by Roxane Gay

 

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April Young Bennett

April Young Bennett is an advocate, mother, professional, lover of the arts, hater (but doer) of housework and seeker of truth. Podcast: Religious Feminism Podcast Twitter: @aprilyoungb

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