Dialogue Podcasts

Dialogue Out Loud #3: In the Garden of Babel

Luna Corbden’s beautiful fantastical “In the Garden of Babel” gorgeously comes alive as Eldria and God speak about what it means to be human and to be a god. What does this human woman learn from God? What does God learn from a human woman? It’s a magnificent audible piece. Enjoy

Dialogue Sunday Study #30 w/Kylie Nielson Turley

November 8: Kylie Nielson Turley on Mormon 7-9 Kylie Nielson Turley (MA in American Studies) has taught writing and literature courses at UVU and BYU-Provo since 1995. She emphasizes a literary approach to the Book of Mormon in her “Literature of the LDS People” course at BYU. Trying to practice what she teaches, she publishes creative nonfiction essays on mothering, illness,Read More »

Dialogue Out Loud #2: Hug a Queer Latter-day Saint

For this second Dialogue “Out Loud” podcast, Blaire Ostler gives us a peek into her experience of standing at General Conference with a sign that says “Hug a Latter-day Saint.” For instance: “A gorgeous woman with dark espresso skin approaches me. As she gets closer, I can see she has a sleeping baby swaddled against her chest to free bothRead More »

Dialogue Book Report #7: D. J. Butler

Host Andrew Hall is joined by the authors D. J. (Dave) Butler and Mattathias Westwood to discuss Dave’s recent fantasy/adventure novels, including the steampunk City of the Saints, the early American epic fantasy Witchy War Series, and the historical (1930s Utah) fantasy The Cunning Man. Reviews of both the Witchy War Series (by Mattathias) and The Cunning Man (by JamesRead More »

Dialogue Sunday Study #29 w/Louise Wheeler

November 1: Louise Wheeler on Mormon 1-6 Dr. Louise Wheeler is an assistant clinical professor and assistant director of diversity and inclusion at the BYU Counseling and Psychological Services. Louise was born and raised in France where she also completed her undergraduate degree in Psychology. She obtained a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at BYU in 2017. Louise’s clinical and academicRead More »

Dialogue Fireside #1 w/Thomas Griffith

We are excited to announce the new monthly Dialogue Fireside. Our first fireside was October 25th with Thomas B. Griffith teaching us on “A Latter-day Saint Approach to Politics.” Thomas Griffith on was appointed to the U. S. Court of Appeals for the D. C. Circuit in 2005 by President George W. Bush. Just last month he stepped down fromRead More »

Dialogue Sunday Study #28 w/Rebecca Roesler

October 25: Rebecca Roesler on 3 Nephi 27-4 Nephi Dr. Rebecca Roesler is a Professor of Violin and Music Education at Brigham Young University–Idaho. She received a Ph.D. in Music and Human Learning from the University of Texas at Austin, and Bachelors and Masters degrees from Brigham Young University. Becky has presented her research at conferences for the National AssociationRead More »

Dialogue Sunday Study #27 w/Tom Christofferson

October 18: Tom Christofferson on 3 Nephi 20-26 Tom Christofferson is the author of “That We May Be One: A Gay Mormon’s Persoective on Faith and Family”, and the forthcoming “A Better Heart: The Power of Christ’s Pure Love”, both publishes by Deseret Book. Tom’s career in global investment management and asset servicing, based in Europe and the US, included nearlyRead More »

Dialogue Heritage #10

In the 10th Dialogue Heritage podcast, Editor Taylor Petrey  looks at the Dialogue years of 2010-2014 which covered the Mormon (political) Moment, more of Kristine Haglund’s editorship–which inclued some fantastic works on feminism, important interviews, and marvelous blog summaries–and Editor Taylor Petrey famous article “Toward a Post-Heterosexual Mormon Theology” And within the podcast he announces he’ll be writing a 10-yearRead More »

Dialogue Lectures #50 w/ Taylor Petrey

In this Dialogue podcast Editor Taylor Petrey discusses “Modern LDS Teachings on Gender in Context.” From the Miller Eccles website: This presentation will summarize some key findings from his forthcoming book, Tabernacles of Clay: Gender and Sexuality in Modern Mormonism (University of North Carolina Press). In particular, he will be presenting the history of the idea of gender as an “eternal” category of identityRead More »