The Pink Dialogue and Beyond

Laurel Thatcher Ulrich, “Pink Dialogue and Beyond,” Dialogue 14.4 (1981): 28 – 39. Some time in June 1970,I invited a few friends to my house to chat about the then emerging women’s movement. If I had known we were about to make history, I would have taken minutes or at least passed...

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Mormon Women and the Struggle for Definition

Carol Cornwall Madsen, “Mormon Women and the Struggle for Definition: The Nineteenth-Century Church,” Sunstone 6 (November – December 1981): 7 – 11. Rpt. Dialogue 14.4 (Winter 1981): 40 – 47. I am sensitive to that steadying hand as I attempt to identify and define what for an earlier generation of women identified and defined...

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Women and Priesthood

Nadine Hansen, “Women and Priesthood,” Dialogue 14.4 (1981): 48. I smiled wryly at the cartoon on the stationery. The picture showed a woman standing before an all-male ecclesiastical board and asking, “Are you trying to tell me that God is not an equal opportunity employer?” I thought to myself, “Yes, that is...

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1981: Maureen Ursenbach Beecher, “Birthing” Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought, Vol 14 No. 4 (1981): 117–124. So this was birthing, this crazy-quilt of contrasts, of senses and feelingsin chaos, coming occasionally to rest, as now, with a sleeping son in the crookof my arm. Had I won the grand prize?

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