Sorry for the hiatus. Let’s get to the links from the past week!
Public Radio International wrote a nice article on female LDS missionaries.
Peggy Fletcher Stack wrote a piece on the European LDS Meeting for Women–which features only men on the flyer. The LDS Church has said women will definitely be on the final program.
Jana Riess wrote a nice article in defense of moderate Mormon feminism, with a tip of the cap to Neylan McBaine’s new book. She also summarizes a TribTalk with McBaine, Cynthia Lee, and Shelah Miner/
The discovery of a forgotten Indian cemetery in Arizona by an LDS woman.
A veritable treasure trove of LDS History books, including General Authority Diaries from Signature.
The indefatigable John Fea has an update on his writing project (the history of the American Bible Society). He includes a tantalizing teaser about Brigham Young ordering bibles from the ABS.
Finally, if you’re close to Charlottesville, Kathleen Flake will be speaking on Thomas Jefferson and Joseph Smith on September 5th at the Academical Village (University of Virginia). If you’d like details (there’s no link), let me know in the comment and I’ll get you the information.
What did we miss?