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Making History

A few weeks ago I recorded an interview with Exponent II founder Laurel Thatcher Ulrich. She read some passages from her latest book, Well-Behaved Women Seldom Make History and she answered my questions about...

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Photo Feature Friday: Masai Girl by Linda Hoffman Kimball

Maasai girl Feb. 2007, originally uploaded by aspenhof. In February, 2007, I went with a Wellesley Alumnae group to Africa to focus on “Modern and Traditional Women in Tanzania” with a follow-up few days...

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Paper-less?

Am I the only one who is quietly mourning the transition of Exponent II from print to web? My awakening as a young Mormon feminist came from the stack of yellowed X2s that my...

Exponent Bloggers at Sunstone West

April 22, 5-6:30 pm, Claremont Graduate University Several of us (including jana, brookewill, caroline, dora and amelia) will be speaking in a panel discussion at Sunstone West next weekend. We would love to have...