Upcoming Events

The Work of Our Hands: A Multi-Venue Exhibition of Liturgical Vestments

Location: Various Venues Across Campus

A 2018 exhibition in New York City, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and The Cloisters, brought wide public attention to the history and artistry of liturgical vestments. Titled “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination,” it included some papal...

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Sb Chamber Singers

Concert: Haydn "Paukenmesse" (performed by the South Bend Symphony Orchestra)

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Location: DeBartolo Performing Arts Center

The South Bend Symphony Orchestra presents the third and final concert in its 2018-2019 June H. Edwards Mosaic Series. This performance will feature the South Bend Chamber Singers in celebration of their 30th anniversary. Alastair Willis, Music Director Planned Program:...

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The Work of Our Hands: A Multi-Venue Exhibition of Liturgical Vestments

Location: Various Venues Across Campus

A 2018 exhibition in New York City, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and The Cloisters, brought wide public attention to the history and artistry of liturgical vestments. Titled “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination,” it included some papal...

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18th Annual Mellon Colloquium: "Receiving and Making Aristotle's Intellect: A Study on Ibn Rushd and Aquinas"

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Location: Medieval Institute Main Reading Room

Join the Medieval Institute for its eighteenth annual Mellon Colloquium, a half-day public seminar discussion with the MI’s 2018-19 Mellon Fellow, Prof. Stephen Ogden…

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Cortright v. Resor: A Reenactment

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Location: Patrick F. McCartan Courtroom

In 1970, David Cortright, then a young army specialist, filed suit against the United States Army. Cortright and other members of the 26th Army Band at Fort amilton, New York, alleged that the Army had denied them their First Amendment right...

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John A. Lynch Lecture Series: “Spontaneous brain dynamics: geometric visual hallucinations, ambiguous perception, and stochastic attractor networks”

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Location: 105 Jordan Hall of Science

Paul Bressloff, Department of Mathematics, University of Utah, will give a John A. Lynch Lecture.  Abstract Full List of ACMS…

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Graduate Consulting Boot Camp: "The Ultimate Crash Course for Consulting Interviews" (2-Night Event)

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Location: Duncan Student Center 512

Presented by “Management Consulted” Experts Jenny Rae and Namaan Mian - RSVP Two Night Event: March 25th (Mon) and 26th (Tues)  …

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The Work of Our Hands: A Multi-Venue Exhibition of Liturgical Vestments

Location: Various Venues Across Campus

A 2018 exhibition in New York City, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and The Cloisters, brought wide public attention to the history and artistry of liturgical vestments. Titled “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination,” it included some papal...

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Digital Humanitites

Digital Humanities Lecture Series presents: “Who Wrote Chaucer’s Books? DH and the Problem with Answers”

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Location: Scholars Lounge, Hesburgh Library

Notre Dame’s Digital Humanities Speaker Series presents Alexandra Gillespie, Professor of English and Medieval Studies and Director of Old Books New Science Lab at the University of Toronto.  Gillespie will present a talk titled “Who Wrote Chaucer’s Books? DH and the Problem with Answers.” Attendees...

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2019 Human Dignity Lecture

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Location: Eck Visitor Center Auditorium

The McGrath Institute for Church Life hosts the 2019 Human Dignity lecture, with world-renowned speaker, Obianuju “Uju” Ekeocha. Ms. Ekeocha is the founder and president of Culture of Life Africa, and author of “Target Africa: Ideological Neo-colonialism of the Twenty-first Century.” She has...

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Chineseartlecture

Presentation: "Encountering Chinese Art in the Digital Age"

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Location: Snite Museum of Art

Utilizing recent developments in graphic technology, digital image processing, and artificial intelligence, the work of Diao Changyu, Chen Haitao, and Chen Qi celebrates the potential impact of digital technologies on the interpretation, study, and conversation of Chinese religious art. These...

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Mini Medical School Lecture: "Eat Like a Rabbit, See Like Superman: Everything You Might Not Know About Eye Health"

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Location: Auditorium, Raclin-Carmichael Hall, 1234 Notre Dame Ave (Indiana University School of Medicine-South Bend)

Ann Layman, OD, will give an overview of eye health and some of the challenges our eyes face as we grow older. Every year, Mini Medical School Lectures put you in touch with physicians, researchers and health care professionals who can answer...

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Performance: Liederabend with Fortepiano

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Location: 120 O'Neill Hall - LaBar Hall Recital Hall

Liederabend with Fortepiano featuring Laure Colladant, guest fortepianist, "The Eight," and ND voice faculty. This concert is free, open to the public, and not ticketed.  Please enter the door east of Gate C; LaBar Recital Hall is on the immediate right. Parking and Directions...

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The Work of Our Hands: A Multi-Venue Exhibition of Liturgical Vestments

Location: Various Venues Across Campus

A 2018 exhibition in New York City, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and The Cloisters, brought wide public attention to the history and artistry of liturgical vestments. Titled “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination,” it included some papal...

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Lecture: "The Aggregate Effects of 'Free' Secondary Schooling in the Developing World"

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Location: Hesburgh Center

Sponsored by the Kellogg Institute for International Studies. A New Frontiers Series lecture by David Lagakos. This lecture is part of a larger series organized by Faculty Fellow Nilesh Fernando entitled New Frontiers in Economic Development…

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