RACHEL HUNT STEENBLIK
Rachel Hunt Steenblik grew up in Oregon, and is a PhD student in philosophy of religion and theology at Claremont Graduate University. She has a Masters in library science from Simmons College and a Bachelors in philosophy from Brigham Young University. At the latter, she helped archive Hugh Nibley's correspondence, and researched Heavenly Mother with David Paulsen and Martin Pulido. She has participated in summer seminars at the Wheatley Institution (2015), the Maxwell Institute (2014), and St. Olaf College's Hong Kierkegaard Library (2013 and 2012). Mormon Feminism: Essential Writings is her first book. She currently lives in New Haven, Connecticut with her architect husband and non-architect toddler.