Mary Ellen Robertson

Mary Ellen Robertson earned a master’s degree in women’s studies in religion from Claremont Graduate University. Her thesis project was titled: Sub-ordination: Mormon Women’s Historical Relationship with Spiritual Gifts and Priesthood Authority. She spoke about Mormon women’s history at the Ordain Women launch in March 2013 and has been a feminist activist since her undergraduate days at Brigham Young University. The Mormon Women’s Forum gave her the 2014 Eve Award at its annual Counterpoint Conference for her service to Mormon feminism. She served as Symposium Director and Executive Director of Sunstone Education Foundation for six years.

Making Miracles: Parting the Veil by Phyllis Barber

Articles/Essays – Volume 33, No. 3

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Why I Didn’t Serve a Mission

Articles/Essays – Volume 36, No. 3

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Sinnamon Twist: The Marketing of “Sister B” by Linda Hoffman Kimball

Articles/Essays – Volume 38, No. 2

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The Political Is Personal

Articles/Essays – Volume 42, No. 4

As a California native, I have a stake in my home state’s politics, especially on social issues such as same-sex marriage. I was living in Pasadena, California, in 2000 when Proposition 22, defining marriage as…

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