Speaker: KRISTINE HAGLUND

The Future Of Dialogue What Might The Next Fifty Years Bring

As Bob Dylan suggests: “The times they are a changin’.” And so must ways of reaching one’s intended audience. Please join recent and current Dialogue editors and board members as they discuss how to keep the journal relevant and accessible in this digital century with far more accessibility to studies and reflections on all aspects …

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Homemaking Radicalism And Homemaking Realities

The LDS Church has made it clear to women that their proper sphere of influence is the home; it is women’s responsibility to care for the spiritual, emotional, physical, and psychological health and well-being of all who live with them. Women’s myriad obligations to family and home fall under the category of Brad Kramer, Tracy …

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SL10274: Exit, Voice, and Loyalty in the Mormon Community

The work of political economist Albert Hirschman suggests a nuanced approach to public dissatisfaction with an organization. Dissatisfied members of an organization, business, or nation have a variety of choices available, including both exit (simply leaving) and voice (discussing their dissatisfaction). As Hirschman notes, greater loyalty to the organization can correspond to greater use of …

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DC09005: Panel: Mormon Singles: Beyond Angst

While the Church’s message increasingly emphasizes the importance of the nuclear family, the number of single adults in the Church is higher than ever before. The panel’s title does not mean that we live in a church where being single does not produce angst. Indeed, nearly all Mormon singles experience some kind of pressure or …

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SL09274 Panel: A Murder of Editors

Playwright and film director David Mamet writes that “art flourishes in times of struggle.” A panel of editors from various Mormon magazines and journals will discuss the role struggle has played in the writings they have recently published. They will also discuss the struggle of their publications to meet and prosper from the challenges of …

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SL09313 Singing the Song of Redeeming Love: Musical Lessons on Form and Freedom, Matter and Meaning, Repetition and Renewal

”Women’s work” is often repetitive and seemingly thankless. The work of our spiritual lives can sometimes seem this way, too—repetitious and rule-bound, with distant or uncertain rewards. This presentation will use musical examples to discover new ways to see these necessary tasks and habits and draw strength from music itself and from the lessons it …

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SL09326 Panel: Online Lesson Resources

The explosion of online publishing has created a proliferation of lesson helps, hints, and resources for the LDS teacher. These span an enormous range of ortho- and heterodoxies and offer a fascinating picture of how Correlation works (and doesn’t) in the 21st century. Join creators and users of some of these resources for a discussion …

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We’ll Make the Air with Music Ring!

We’ll Make the Air with Music Ring! In Mormon Country, Wallace Stegner noted as characteristic of Mormons settling the Great Basin, ‘still they came, and they came singing.’ In this sing-your-own session, we’ll explore the American musical roots of early LDS hymnody, from the Bay Psalm Book and New England fuguing tunes to The Sacred …

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This I Believe

This I Believe This session is modeled on This I Believe, the 1950’s radio series revived and broadcast on NPR. Participants crystallize an aspect of their core beliefs into a 350–500 word essay. Come hear essays from old and new friends-and we’ll have time during the session for the audience members to begin writing essays …

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