Join the Center for Ethics and Culture for the 31st Annual Notre Dame Medical Ethics Conference March 18-19, 2016.
The Medical Ethics Conference brings together members of the medical community; scholars in medicine, philosophy, theology, and law; and anyone interested in pressing issues in contemporary medical ethics for two days of conversation, small-group discussions, and presentations by professionals at the forefront of medical ethics.
The conference is open to both alumni and non-alumni; guests from all religious traditions and viewpoints are welcome.
Join the Center for Ethics and Culture for a lecture, reception, and book giveaway to celebrate the latest installment in our Catholic Culture Series.
In honor of the centenary of Walker Percy's birth, Professor Peter Lawler will discuss his 1983 masterpiece Lost in the Cosmos: The Last Self-Help Book…