Bloggers at Sunstone

July 3, 2010 | 5 comments
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The preliminary program for the Sunstone symposium is available, and includes many familiar names. Some of the bloggernacle folks who are listed include:

Wednesday:

9:30 – John Dehlin (Mormon Stories)
2:00 – John Dehlin

Thursday:

11:15 – Mormon feminism panel including Alisa (ExII) and Tresa (FMH)
2:15 – Tresa (respondent to Laura Compton)
4:45 – Janet, Kathy, Tresa, and Tracy
– Joanna Brooks (Mormon Matters)

Friday:

3:30 – Bridget Jack Meyers Jeffries
4:45 – Sheila and Sara panel
-Mormon women on tour panel (Joanna Brooks, Holly Welker)

8:00 – Tracy (BCC)

Saturday:

11:15 – DKL talking about Glenn Beck. Bring popcorn.

2:15 – FMH’s panel with Lisa, Tresa, Shelah, and Melanie.

4:45 – Panel with me, Kristine, John Dehlin, and Ms. Jack
-Bored in Vernal
7:30 – Mormon women panel including Exponent II’s Caroline

I think that’s all of the bloggernacle folks — at least, all the ones that I noticed in a quick skim through the program. (If I missed anyone, please let me know.) And obviously there are many other excellent speakers as well. (Jan Shipps! Margaret Toscano! Todd Compton! Claudia Bushman!) Maybe I’ll see some of you there.

5 Responses to Bloggers at Sunstone

  1. danithew on July 3, 2010 at 8:21 pm

    Did DKL choose his own topic?

    I’m interested to know how that came about.

  2. Kevin Barney on July 4, 2010 at 8:23 am

    I’m going to miss Sunstone this year (it conflicts with FAIR). Have fun, and please blog about the proceedings so I can experience them remotely.

  3. Chris H. on July 4, 2010 at 8:49 am

    I think that my time may have been changed but I was originally schedule at the same time as Sara and Sheila. It is now a lecture and not a panel.

  4. Kent Larsen on July 6, 2010 at 10:03 pm

    I assume that Ellen Decoo (Friday, 10 am) is either Wilfried’s wife or daughter. Perhaps she doesn’t count as a blogger, but the connection is interesting, nonetheless.

  5. Kaimi on July 6, 2010 at 10:15 pm

    Ellen is indeed Wilfried’s daughter (and a smart and interesting rising scholar in her own right as well).