Episode 3 features stories from the Library’s “Women of History” blog. We’ll explore how Mary Baker Eddy’s ideas and legacy impacted the lives of a wide range of pioneering women—from famous public figures to those of quieter influence.  Our guests are blog writers Dorothy Rivera and Steve Graham.


Episode guests

Dorothy Rivera
Dorothy RiveraDorothy has worked as a research archivist at The Mary Baker Eddy Library since November of 2014. She came to the Library from the National Archives and Records Administration, where she worked as an archives technician. She has a master’s degree in history from the University of Maryland, College Park, and a bachelor’s degree in history and political science from Johns Hopkins University.

Steve Graham
Steve GrahamSteve has worked for The Mary Baker Eddy Library since 2013 and is currently Senior Manager of Programs and Communications. Prior to working at the Library, Steve spent over 20 years filling editorial positions at The Christian Science Publishing Society, including Managing Editor for the religious publications of the Christian Science church. He was also editor of The Christian Science Monitor’s daily inspirational column for five years.


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