Events

Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Idea Week (showcasing innovation and entrepreneurship in South Bend-Elkhart region)

(part of a series)

Location: on and off campus

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The University of Notre Dame, along with the city of South Bend, the city of Elkhart and various community organizations and businesses, will host Idea Week April 20-29 (Friday-Sunday) to highlight strides being made in innovation and entrepreneurship in the region and to inspire creative energy for future success.…

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Exhibit: "In a Civilized Nation: Newspapers, Magazines and the Print Revolution in 19th-Century Peru"

- (part of a series)

Location: Rare Books & Special Collections, Hesburgh Library

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This exhibit, by Erika Hosselkus, Curator of Latin Americana, explores the history of newspapers, magazines, and the periodical print revolution in the colony and nation of Peru.

It draws on strengths of Rare Books and Special Collections’ José E. Durand Peruvian History collection. The collection features early Peruvian imprints and periodicals, including an impressive array of 19th-century newspapers, circulars, and popular song and verse imprints. Together these items offer diverse perspectives on Peruvian political events, and cultural and religious practices and preferences from the colonial era, through the country’s birth in 1825, and beyond the turn of the 20th century. This exhibit is free and open to the public. Visit Rare Books and Special Collections in Hesburgh Library to explore the collection.

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A conversation about Korea in the present by Jong-Kook Lee, Consulate General from the Korean Consulate General in Chicago

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Location: 1050 Nanovic Hall

Please join us in welcoming Jong-Kook Lee, Consulate General from the Korean Consulate General in Chicago. CG Lee will discuss current events in Korea, and engage our community in conversation about Korea’s role in the world, its relationship with the U.S., as well as Korea's vital role in NE Asian and global relations.…

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Reading by Jeff VanderMeer

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Location: Eck Center Auditorium

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Jeff VanderMeer is the 2016-2017 Trias Writer-in-Residence for Hobart-William Smith College. His most recent fiction is the NYT-bestselling Southern Reach trilogy (Annihilation, Authority, and Acceptance), which won the Shirley Jackson Award and Nebula Award. The trilogy made over 30 year’s best lists, including Entertainment Weekly’s top 10, and prompted the New Yorker

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Thursday, April 26, 2018

Conference: "1968 in Europe and Latin America"

(part of a series)

Square Conference 1968

This joint conference with the Nanovic Institute for European Studies and Kellogg Institute for International Studies focuses on one of the most tumultuous and transformative years in the twentieth century: 1968. In contrast to many “1968” conferences to be held in the coming year, the Nanovic-Kellogg conference will center on Latin America and Europe rather than the U.S. It will facilitate collaboration among scholars across the University — including faculty in history, the social sciences, the humanities, and the arts — and address important Keough School themes of integral human development, human dignity, and human flourishing.…

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Idea Week (showcasing innovation and entrepreneurship in South Bend-Elkhart region)

(part of a series)

Location: on and off campus

Ideaweek18 Logo 600x400

The University of Notre Dame, along with the city of South Bend, the city of Elkhart and various community organizations and businesses, will host Idea Week April 20-29 (Friday-Sunday) to highlight strides being made in innovation and entrepreneurship in the region and to inspire creative energy for future success.…

Read More about Idea Week (showcasing innovation and entrepreneurship in South Bend-Elkhart region)

Exhibit: "In a Civilized Nation: Newspapers, Magazines and the Print Revolution in 19th-Century Peru"

- (part of a series)

Location: Rare Books & Special Collections, Hesburgh Library

Rbsc Civilized Nation

This exhibit, by Erika Hosselkus, Curator of Latin Americana, explores the history of newspapers, magazines, and the periodical print revolution in the colony and nation of Peru.

It draws on strengths of Rare Books and Special Collections’ José E. Durand Peruvian History collection. The collection features early Peruvian imprints and periodicals, including an impressive array of 19th-century newspapers, circulars, and popular song and verse imprints. Together these items offer diverse perspectives on Peruvian political events, and cultural and religious practices and preferences from the colonial era, through the country’s birth in 1825, and beyond the turn of the 20th century. This exhibit is free and open to the public. Visit Rare Books and Special Collections in Hesburgh Library to explore the collection.

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Design Thinking: A Workshop with IDEO (Part of IDEA Week)

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Location: Jordan Auditorium, Mendoza College of Business

Hear Dennis Boyle, ND alumnus and a founding member of IDEO, discuss the design process that IDEO has refined for years with leading organizations from around the world including three key elements: inspire, ideate and implement.

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Alumni Panel Discussion: “Using Business as a Force for Good” (Part of IDEA Week)

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Location: Jordan Auditorium, Mendoza College of Business

The University has gained worldwide recognition for its “Ask More of Business” challenge. This has led to the creation of many Notre-Dame affiliated businesses whose mission is to make a profit while also making the world a better place. In this session, attendees will hear from a panel of inspiring alumni entrepreneurs who are using their faith and their Notre Dame education to change the world.…

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The Catholic Reform: A Master Class

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Location: Geddes Hall, Coffeehouse

Join us for lunch and a lecture by Ulrich L. Lehner, professor of religious history and historical theology at Marquette University. A member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts, he has received awards and fellowships from the Princeton Institute for Advanced Study, the Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study, the Earhart Foundation, the German Humboldt Foundation, and the Carl Friedrich von Siemens Foundation. He is the award-winning author of several scholarly works on early modern and modern history of religion.…

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Panel Discussion: "The Church and China in the Age of Francis"

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Location: 1050 Jenkins Nanovic Halls

Church China Featured

Join the Liu Institute for Asia and Asian Studies, the University of Notre Dame Press, and the Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study for a panel discussion exploring the continuing story of the Church in China and Pope Francis’ efforts to resolve the longstanding dispute with its communist government. This moderator for this event is Lionel Jensen

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Debate: "U.S. Power in the Middle East"

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Location: Room B101, Jenkins and Nanovic Halls

Michael Rubin, resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute
Eugene Gholz, associate professor, Department of Political Science
Michael Doran, senior fellow at the Hudson Institute
Michael Desch, professor, Department of Political Science

Refreshments available at 3:15 p.m.

Presented by t​​​​​he Notre Dame International Security Center, Alexander Hamilton Society, and the American Enterprise Institute.

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Lecture: "Freedom, Moderation and Church Reform in the Age of Enlightenment: The Case of Ludovico Muratori (d. 1750)"

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Location: 138 DeBartolo Hall

Ulrich L. Lehner is professor of religious history and historical theology at Marquette University. A member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts, he has received awards and fellowships from the Princeton Institute for Advanced Study, the Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study, the Earhart Foundation, the German Humboldt Foundation, and the Carl Friedrich von Siemens Foundation. He is the award-winning author of several scholarly works on early modern and modern history of religion.…

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Lecture: "Towards a New Biography of Dante Alighieri"

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Location: Rare Books and Special Collections, Hesburgh Library

Paolo Pellegrini received his Ph.D. in Philology of Italian Literature. He has been a tenured assistant professor in Italian philology and linguistics (SSD 10/F-3) at Università di Verona, Department of Cultures and Civilizations, licensed to the role of Full Professor in 2017. His talk will concern Dante's biography. New documents and a new and deeper way of studying Dante's works, their texts and their historical and cultural context carried on by younger scholars is disclosing a different biographical perspective: it is time to write a new life of Dante which could take into account and exploit previous studies which have looked at Dante's life.

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Friday, April 27, 2018

InterAction Conference on Community Theater for Social Justice Action

(part of a series)

Location: South Bend Civic Theater

Idea Week (showcasing innovation and entrepreneurship in South Bend-Elkhart region)

(part of a series)

Location: on and off campus

Ideaweek18 Logo 600x400

The University of Notre Dame, along with the city of South Bend, the city of Elkhart and various community organizations and businesses, will host Idea Week April 20-29 (Friday-Sunday) to highlight strides being made in innovation and entrepreneurship in the region and to inspire creative energy for future success.…

Read More about Idea Week (showcasing innovation and entrepreneurship in South Bend-Elkhart region)

Conference: "1968 in Europe and Latin America"

(part of a series)

Square Conference 1968

This joint conference with the Nanovic Institute for European Studies and Kellogg Institute for International Studies focuses on one of the most tumultuous and transformative years in the twentieth century: 1968. In contrast to many “1968” conferences to be held in the coming year, the Nanovic-Kellogg conference will center on Latin America and Europe rather than the U.S. It will facilitate collaboration among scholars across the University — including faculty in history, the social sciences, the humanities, and the arts — and address important Keough School themes of integral human development, human dignity, and human flourishing.…

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New Directions 2018 Midwest Undergraduate Conference in Gender Studies

(part of a series)

Location: McKenna Hall - Rooms 100-104

The Gender and Women’s Studies communities of the University of Notre Dame, Saint Mary’s College, and Indiana University South Bend will host the 3rd biennial Midwestern Undergraduate Conference in Gender Studies April 27–28, 2018 at the University of Notre Dame.

We are eagerly looking forward to two days of conversation and collaboration focused on gender! The conference will consist of a series of individual panels comprised of 3–4 papers each. A faculty committee will select papers from among the submitted proposals and constitute the panels.…

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Exhibit: "In a Civilized Nation: Newspapers, Magazines and the Print Revolution in 19th-Century Peru"

- (part of a series)

Location: Rare Books & Special Collections, Hesburgh Library

Rbsc Civilized Nation

This exhibit, by Erika Hosselkus, Curator of Latin Americana, explores the history of newspapers, magazines, and the periodical print revolution in the colony and nation of Peru.

It draws on strengths of Rare Books and Special Collections’ José E. Durand Peruvian History collection. The collection features early Peruvian imprints and periodicals, including an impressive array of 19th-century newspapers, circulars, and popular song and verse imprints. Together these items offer diverse perspectives on Peruvian political events, and cultural and religious practices and preferences from the colonial era, through the country’s birth in 1825, and beyond the turn of the 20th century. This exhibit is free and open to the public. Visit Rare Books and Special Collections in Hesburgh Library to explore the collection.

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