What is the Edith Stein Project? The Edith Stein Project is an annual conference that takes place in February at the University of Notre Dame. It is an entirely student-run and student-organized project. Each year the conference has a different theme (see the "Past Conferences" page), but the conference's purpose remains the same: to address the profound issues of human dignity, identity and sexuality that are so central to the life of a college student. The conference attempts to look at both the societal and the personal dimension of these issues, particularly as they pertain to women.
For more information on the history and mission of the Edith Stein Project, please take a look at the "Edith Stein Project" page or "The Mission of the Project" page.
This year's conference is entitled "Radiant Image: Cultivating Authentic Identity in the Modern World." Please see the "2015 Conference" page for more details.