Episode 154: Leonard Arrington and Fundamentalism

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Episode 153: Turning the Mic on Lindsay

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Episode 152: Emma’s Church; RLDS to Community of Christ

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Episode 151: Daughter of a Prophet; Liz Phillipps and the AUB

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Join Lindsay as she interviews Elizabeth Phillipps who grew up in the AUB. Liz’s father is Lynn A. Thompson, the current leader of the Apostolic United Brethren (or AUB).  

Episode 150: Polygamist Therapist and Aspiring Sister Wife

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  Join Lindsay as she interviews Mary Ellen Crase about her journey into fundamentalism and being a therapist to many in polygamous communities. Links mentioned in this podcast:

Episode 149: D&C 132 with William V. Smith

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Join Lindsay as she interviews William V. Smith about the history and context of D&C 132 and his new book, Textual Studies of the Doctrine and Covenants: The Plural Marriage Revelation.   Links mentioned in this episode:

Episode 148: Tragedy in Short Creek- Family Reassignment

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Episode 147: The Elect Ladies

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Join Lindsay as she interviews historian Clair Barrus about the three American women named as “Elect Ladies,” including Jemima Wilkinson, Ann Lee, and Emma Hale Smith.   Links mentioned or read from in this podcast:

Music Contest Voting

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Please listen to the episode and then choose ONE of three of the musical selections that you would like to see as the new bumper for the Year of Polygamy podcast: About the artists:

Episode 146: Queer Polygamy

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Join Lindsay as she interviews Mormon feminist and scholar Blaire Ostler about the concept of “queering polygamy,” or how polygamy could potentially fit into Mormon cannon in a way that would reduce harm. Links mentioned in this podcast: