UFFL Life and Learning Conference 2022

Thirty-Second Annual Conference
"Life and Learning XXXII"

Attacks on Human Life: Recent Crises & the Long View

Coming June 10-11, 2022

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Rupert and Timothy Smith Award Lecture

O. Carter Snead, J.D.
Professor of Law & Concurrent Professor of Political Science & Director, de Nicola Center for Ethics & Culture at University of Notre Dame, Indiana

Kenote Speakers

Vincent Phillip Muñoz, Ph.D.
Tocqueville Associate Professor of Political Science & Associate Professor of Law, University of Notre Dame and Founding Director of the Center for Citizenship and Constitutional Governmenttalk

Teresa Stanton Collett, J.D.
Professor, University of St. Thomas Law School and its Prolife Center's Founding Director; American Law Institute Elected Member

John O'Callaghan, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Philosophy, University of Notre Dame; Director, Jacques Maritain Center; Permanent Member, Pontifical Academy of Thomas Aquinas; ACPA President 2012-13.

Specialist Panels:

Dobbs v Jackson Amici Briefs (organizer Richard Myers, J.D.);
Book panel on O. Carter Snead's What It Means to be Human (organizer RM Lemmons, Ph.D.),
other specialist panels TBA (would be organizers please contact [email protected])

Call For Proposals

Please consider submitting an abstract for our upcoming conference at the University of Notre Dame. Abstracts on Legal, political, cultural, philosophical, spiritual, psychological, social, biological, medical, historical, and economic analyses of abortion, infanticide, and euthanasia as well as prolife remedies and pedagogies are welcome as always.

Proposal deadline extended to May 10, 2022
All proposals should be one page (maximum) including the proposed paper’s working title, full contact information and a brief abstract. Email proposals to Professor Barbara Freres at [email protected]. Excellent conference papers are eligible for publication in our peer-reviewed proceedings, Journal of Life and Learning. For more information see www.uffl.org.

Registration and Housing

Registration Deadline is May 20, 2022.

Conference opens with special presentation at Notre Dame’s Museum of Prolife Art at noon on Friday, June 10th and ends Saturday evening after the banquet and fellowship hour.

Click here to Register.

Housing Information

Room blocks are being held at the following hotels. Please click on the appropriate link below to book your hotel room accommodations.
Please note: these rooms are being held through Tuesday, May 10, 2022. You must reserve by this date to receive the conference rate.

Embassy Suites

The Inn at Saint Mary's
Please call The Inn directly to make your reservation, at 574-232-4000. Please reference the "University Faculty for Life" Conference when reserving your room.

On-Campus Housing

Dorm accommodation deadline is May 20, 2022. Cost is $70/night. Towels and bed lines provided. Rooms have central air-conditioning. Common bathrooms are in the hall with separate facilities for men and women on each floor.
Dorm room reservations are made when registering at here.

New members are most welcome and can join online.