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Kate Holbrook, PhD is manager historian of the Women’s History Team at the LDS Church History Department, where she researches the ways Mormons make meaning and make history. She is coeditor of The First Fifty Years of Relief Society: Key Documents in Latter-day Saint Women’s History, Women and Mormonism: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives, and the forthcoming At the Pulpit: 185 Years of Discourses by Latter-day Saint Women. Her dissertation, Radical Food: Nation of Islam and Latter-day Saint Culinary Ideals: 1930-1980, explores the everyday theological priorities carried in food, and she received the first Eccles Fellowship in Mormon Studies at the University of Utah for that work. She is also co-editor of Global Values 101.

Lecture is sponsored by the Howard W. Hunter Foundation and Mormon Studies at Claremont Graduate University.

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