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O. Carter Snead, director of the Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture, discussed the Supreme Court case at length Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, the leak that preceded the final decision, and the broader questions about human flourishing that underlie much of the public debate about abortion. Here is a complete catalog of his scholarship, writings, interviews and media mentions on these topics:

Essays, reviews, editorials

“Opinion: The Work of the Pro-Life Movement Has Just Begun” (with Mary Ann Glendon)

Washington Post
June 29, 2022

“20 Ways the Supreme Court Just Changed America” ​​(#9 of 20 answers in the article)

Politics Magazine
June 25, 2022

“Opinion: deer was very bad for America. The court is giving us a chance to reset”
June 24, 2022

Director’s statement on Dobbs vs. Jackson decision
dCEC website
June 24, 2022

“Abortion would be better governed by legislatures, says O. Carter Snead”

The Economist
June 22, 2022

“Opinion: Leak Shows Why Abortion Policy Should Be Returned to States”

Washington Post
May 5, 2022

“Inhuman Nature”

National exam
November 11, 2021

“The Case of the Overthrow deer(with Mary Ann Glendon)

National Affairs
Fall 2021

“Opinion: Critics of Texas Abortion Law Are Right. The Solution Is to Cancel deer

Washington Post
September 6, 2021

“Opinion: A Time for Courage on the Supreme Court”

May 20, 2021

Print, radio and podcast interviews

The Dobbs Decision and bioethics of abortion
“Free Speech Podcast” with Gerry Baker

the wall street journal
June 28, 2022

The Dobbs vs. Jackson case – Part 4 (Part 3 – Part 2 – Part 1)
“We The People Podcast” with Jeffrey Rosen
National Constitution Center
June 27, 2022

“Goodbye, Roe vs. Wade [Bonus Hour](Snead’s interview begins at 32:03)
“The Ben Shapiro Show” with Ben Shapiro
June 24, 2022

“Anti-abortion activist intervenes in SCOTUS overthrow Roe vs. Wade
“Here and Now”, produced by WBUR (syndicated by National Public Radio)
June 24, 2022

NPR’s live coverage of the Dobbs Announcement (non-archived audio)
National Public Radio
June 24, 2022

“Life after Dobbs: What happens next?”
Interview with Charlie Camosy
June 24, 2022

Flash Panel: “The Leak, the Supreme Court, and the Future of Abortion in America”
Hosted by V. Phillip Muñoz
Notre Dame Center for Citizenship and Constitutional Government
May 3, 2022

“O. Carter Snead on Bioethics, What it means to be humanand the pro-life movement after Dobbs
“Humanizing the Podcast” with Wesley J. Smith
The Discovery Institute
April 25, 2022

Interview: What it means to be human (Episode 153)
“Mars Hill Audio Diary” with Ken Myers
March 24, 2022

“Why deer Must go with Carter Snead”
“National Affairs Podcast” with Daniel Wiser, Jr. and Evan Myers

National Affairs
November 7, 2021

Amicus Briefs and Scholarships

amici curiae Brief (with Mary Ann Glendon)
Filed in the Supreme Court in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization
July 29, 2021

“Grievously and Egregiously Wrong: American Abortion Jurisprudence” (with Alyson Cox)

Texas Review of Law and Policy
November 10, 2021 (revised March 28, 2022)

Media Mentions of the Director of the dCEC and the Women and Children First Initiative

“America is about to see how pro-life Republicans really are”
Elaine Godfrey, mentioning the Women and Children First initiative

June 26, 2022

“Seven myths about reversal Roe vs. Wade
Jonah McKeown, referring to Snead’s article in The Economist
Catholic News Agency
June 24, 2022

“Some Catholic enemies of abortion are worried about reversing deer
David Crary, mentioning the Women and Children First initiative
Associated Press (syndicated)
May 13, 2022

“Ten Books for Understanding the Abortion Debate in the United States”
Joshua Prager, listing Snead’s book What it means to be human

New York Times
May 5, 2022

“If the Supreme Court rules on abortion, it will right serious wrongs”
Bishop Thomas Wenski, quoting Professor Snead

Miami Herald
May 5, 2022

“Notre Dame University presents Evangelium Vitae Medal”
Ann Carey, mentioning the Women and Children First initiative

Catholic today
April 27, 2022

Originally posted by Kenneth Hallenius at ethics on June 29, 2022.


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