ProLife lessons from 19th-century Women's Rights Movement

Mar
12
Tuesday, March 12, 2024 at 07:30 PM

Location

Zoom Webinar

Erika Bachiochi


What Can the Pro-Life Movement Learn from the 19th century Women's Rights Movement?

Join us on March 12th at 7:30 P.M. for a Virtual Speaker Series webinar featuring Erika Bachiochi.

Erika Bachiochi is a legal scholar specializing in Equal Protection jurisprudence, feminist legal theory, Catholic social teaching, and sexual ethics. A 2018 visiting scholar at Harvard Law School, she is also a Senior Fellow at the Abigail Adams Institute in Cambridge, MA, where she founded and directs the Wollstonecraft Project. Her newest book, The Rights of Women: Reclaiming a Lost Vision, was published by Notre Dame University Press in 2021 and was named a finalist for the Intercollegiate Studies Institute’s 2022 Conservative Book of the Year award.

Ms. Bachiochi’s essays have appeared in publications such as the Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy, Christian Bioethics (Oxford University), The New York Times, The Atlantic, First Things, CNN.com, National Review Online, National Affairs, Claremont Review of Books, SCOTUSblog, and Public Discourse. She is the editor of two books, Women, Sex & the Church: A Case for Catholic Teaching (Pauline Books & Media, 2010) and The Cost of “Choice”: Women Evaluate the Impact of Abortion (Encounter Books, 2004).

Ms. Bachiochi serves on the Advisory Boards of the Common Good Project, the Susan B. Anthony Birthplace Museum, St. Thomas More Academy (South Bend), EthicsFinder, the Center for the Law and the Human Person at the Catholic University of America, as well as the board of directors at Montrose School in Medfield, MA. She is a co-founder of St. Benedict Classical Academy in Natick, MA, where she served as President of the Board from 2013–2015.

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