Speaker: Claudia L. Bushman

SL09312 Panel: In Memoriam: Truman G. Madsen

Truman Madsen left a significant imprint on Mormon theology and philosophy. Come hear from friends, colleagues, and former students about the lessons learned from this influential Mormon thinker. Following panelists’ remarks, audience members will also have time to share their remembrances. Karen Marguerite Moloney, Bill Heersink, Claudia L. Bushman, Donald Q. Cannon, Jake Zollinger, Charles …

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SL09332 Panel: Remembering the Longfellow Chapel

Participants will reflect on the meaning of the Cambridge Chapel situated on Longfellow Park just outside Boston. For generations of Latter-day Saints, this meetinghouse represented the center of their faith, spirituality, and community. Panelists will consider the meaning of sacred space, the role of undergraduate and graduate education in Mormon identity, the nature of Latter-day …

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SL09332 Panel: Remembering the Longfellow Chapel

Participants will reflect on the meaning of the Cambridge Chapel situated on Longfellow Park just outside Boston. For generations of Latter-day Saints, this meetinghouse represented the center of their faith, spirituality, and community. Panelists will consider the meaning of sacred space, the role of undergraduate and graduate education in Mormon identity, the nature of Latter-day …

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Why We Stay

Why We Stay This perennially well-received session features the stories of those who have chosen to remain active, dedicated Latter-day Saints even in the face of many difficult challenges to traditional faith. How have these members wrestled with their faith and yet emerged more determined than ever to be a part of the Latter-day Saint …

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Growing Up Mormon in the Outland

Growing Up Mormon in the Outland The Mormons gathered in the nineteenth century and dispersed in the twentieth, spilling over the mountains to the west coast and elsewhere. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints then launched an effort to transport Mormon culture whole to distant members. This culture bloomed in the 1940s and …

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