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Tuesday, March 5 • 08:30 - 09:30
#5/332 – Author Meets Critique Frank S. Ravitch, Freedoms Edge: Religious Freedom, Sexual Freedom, and the Future of America, Cambridge University Press, 2016

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Freedom’s Edge takes the reader directly into the heart of the debate over the relationship between religious freedom and LGBT and reproductive rights. The book explains these complex areas of law, and what is at stake in the battle to protect each of these rights. The book argues that religious freedom and sexual freedom share some common elements and that in most contexts it is possible to protect both. Freedom’s Edge explains why this is so, and provides a roadmap for finding common ground and maximizing freedoms on both sides. The book will enable anyone with an interest in these issues to understand what the law actually teaches us about religious freedom, sexual freedom, and how they interact. This is important because what is often argued by partisans on both sides distorts the legal and cultural stakes, and diminishes the possibility of compromise.

Discussants:
  • Neville Rochow (University of Adelaide Law School)
  • Brett Scharffs (BYU University, J. Reuben Clark Law School)
  • Mariëtta D.C. van der Tol (Cambridge University)

Respondent:
• Frank S. Ravitch (Michigan State University College of Law)

Moderators
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Frank S. Ravitch

Michigan State University College of Law

Speakers
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Neville Rochow

Notre Dame Law School; University of Adelaide
MD

Mariëtta D.C. van der Tol

University of Cambridge
BS

Brett Scharffs

International Center for Law and Religion Studies , Brigham Young University Law School


Tuesday March 5, 2019 08:30 - 09:30 GMT
Piano Terra, 116 – Fscire Via S. Vitale, 114, 40125 Bologna BO
  Author Meets Critique
  • Language English
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