Second Annual Anscombe Conference at Stanford

The Stanford Anscombe Society hosted their second annual conference, Facing History: the Legacy of the Sexual Revolution, on April 11, 2015. The Sexual Revolution was a major shift in American society during the 1960s, the legacy of which has been marked by decreasing rates of marriage and childbirth, increasing rates of pre-marital cohabitation and divorce, and the emergence of the pro-choice movement. The Facing History conference examined the roots of this movement (around the nation as well as at Stanford), discussed its revolutionary ideas about sexual ethics and their wide-reaching impact on modern society. Speakers included,
William Hurlbut, Ph.D., Stanford University
Catharine Pakaluk, Ph.D., Ave Maria University
Chris Tollefsen, Ph.D., University of South Carolina
Jennifer Lahl, Center for Bioethics and Culture
Jennifer Bryson, The Zephyr Institute
Registration Deadline: April 9th
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