Martha Hughes Cannon: Physician – Plural Wife – Politician

By September 13, 2012

The Mormon Women’s History Initiative

invites you to an evening of insights into the KUED documentary film

Martha Hughes Cannon

Physician – Plural wife – Politician

Producer Nancy Green introduces the film

Biographer Constance Lieber and historian Lisa Tait

treat Martha’s life in perspective to her times and ours.

Audience discussion to follow the showing.

Open to the public

 

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

7:00 p.m.

Room 101, LA Building, Utah Valley University

 

Exit I-15 at University Parkway. Turn into UVU. Follow College Drive to the north side of the campus.

The Liberal Arts Building (LA) is southwest of the Library and northeast of the Events Center.

Visitor Lot L4, faculty, and student lots may be used by evening attendees.

Please observe handicapped, red curb, and service stall designations.

Article filed under Conference/Presentation Reports Gender Women's History


Comments

  1. People should go to this. All involved are top quality.

    Comment by smb — September 13, 2012 @ 9:34 am

  2. Thanks, Sam. Kate will be there and participating also, right? We need to have more events like this to bring attention to those who defied today’s often limited stereotypes of Mormon women. Not to mention Mattie’s role in contributing to early political diversity in Utah.

    Comment by Andrea R-M — September 13, 2012 @ 1:10 pm

  3. I can’t wait for this!

    Comment by Tod Robbins — September 18, 2012 @ 1:01 pm


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