Kristine Wardle Frederickson (Ph.D., University of Utah) teaches British, European, and World History, Religion, and Women’s Studies at both Brigham Young University and Utah Valley University. She has written and presented widely on Victorian England, Mormon history and historiography, human trafficking and women’s issues. She recently published Extraordinary Courage: Women Empowered by the Gospel of Jesus Christ and has contributed to several other books including Life Lessons from Mothers of Faith, and The Doctrine and Covenants Reference Companion.
A journalism undergraduate she helped to cover the 1970 World Cup soccer games in Mexico City and the 1972 Munich Olympics for United Press International. She currently writes a weekly column for the Mormon Times portion of Salt Lake City’s Deseret News.
Among her non-academic interests are family activities, travel, reading, tennis, swimming, basketball, carpentry, calligraphy, jewelry-making, politics and current events.