Women and Mormonism Paperback

Historical and Contemporary Perspectives

by Kate Holbrook;

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Women and Mormonism

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How do women who are members of a church with a predominately patriarchal power structure experience personal agency in formal religious settings, in intimate relationships, publicly, and individually? From Jane Manning James, an African American woman who found empowerment and strength in Mormon ritual despite suffering exclusion based on her race, to contemporary church members who are more likely to prioritize personal revelation than hierarchy, Mormon women have answered this question in a numerous ways. This engaging and seminal volume employs vivid primary documents, candid surveys, and illuminating oral histories to explore the perspectives of Latter-day Saint women. Contributors include lay members and prominent scholars in multiple disciplines, including both LDS and non-LDS viewpoints.

Women and Mormonism by Kate Holbrook was published by University of Utah Press,U.S. in May 2016. The ISBN for Women and Mormonism is 9781607814771.

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Details for Women and Mormonism

Page last updated 14th October 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback / softback
PublisherUniversity of Utah Press,U.S. (May 2016)
Number of Pages384
Thickness30 mm
Height229 mm
Width152 mm
Product Code4457015
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