Abortion in America: Before, During, and After Roe
Tuesday, October 11, 2022 8:00 pm EDT to 9:00 pm EDT
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The Supreme Court’s recent decision to strike down the constitutional right to abortion has given new meaning to the concept of a “post-Roe” America. Join us for this informative event as this distinguished panel reflects on the history of the abortion debate in the U.S., the current legal and political dynamics surrounding the abortion issue, and the impact — social, medical, and human — of the Dobbs decision.
- Dr. Christine Henneberg, practicing physician and writer
- Dr. Mary Ziegler, Professor at UC Davis School of Law, scholar on reproductive rights and justice
- Dr. Jennifer Holland, assistant professor of University of Oklahoma, historian of the anti-abortion movement
The event will be co-moderated by Professor Adam Davis, director of the Lisska Center for Intellectual Engagement, and Zoya Gheisar ’23, president of Denisonians for Planned Parenthood.
All alumni, families, students, faculty, and staff of Denison can attend.
This event is part of the Lisska Center for Intellectual Engagement‘s Minds Wide Open series which promotes civil discourse and intellectual engagement. The event is co-sponsored by Denisonians for Planned Parenthood.