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

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Location: Rare Books & Special Collections, Hesburgh Library

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...

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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

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...

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Lecture: "Journalist Killings and the Unintended Consequences of Democracy in México"

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Location: Room C103 Hesburgh Center for International Studies

Katherine Corcoran, 2017-2018 Hewlett Fellow for Public Policy at the Kellogg Institute for International Studies and former Associated Press journalist, will explore why Mexico has become so dangerous for the free press, even as it has become more democratic.   …

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Information Session: Social Concerns Seminars Leadership 2018-19

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Location: Geddes Hall, McNeill Library

Social Concerns Seminars depend significantly upon our student leaders. We begin seeking leaders in the spring for the upcoming academic year. We offer well over 20 seminars a year and this requires over 90 leaders. Seminar student leader positions include...

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A Symposium Examining the Five Years of Francis's Papacy: "Prospects for Peace, the Poor, and the Planet"

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Location: McKenna Hall Auditorium

4:00–5:15 p.m. | Lecture by Bishop Robert McElroy, Diocese of San Diego, McKenna Hall Auditorium 7:00–8:30 p.m. | Panel addressing Geopolitical, Ecumenical, and Cultural Perspectives featuring Anne Thompson, NBC News correspondent, Julie Hanlon Rubio, p…

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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

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...

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OVI Videoconference Seminar: “Oltre la parodia. Commentare i sonetti di Cecco Angiolieri”

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Location: Room 121, Information Technology Center

University of Notre Dame & Opera del Vocabolario Italiano (OVI) Videoconference Seminars – Spring 2018   Giuseppe Marrani: “Oltre la parodia. Commentare i sonetti di Cecco Angiolieri” (Beyond Parody. A New Comment on Cecco Angiolieri’s Sonnets)…

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Panel: "Sergio Moro, Prosecutorial Authority, and the Crisis in Brazil"

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By invitation – for more information, contact Peter Casarella (pcasarel@nd.edu) or Ann Mische (amische@nd.edu). Judge Sergio Moro of Brazil, the University of Notre Dame 2018 Commencement Speaker, has gained international visibility for his role as a Brazilian federal judge in the...

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Voice Teaching Masterclasses

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Location: LaBar Recital Hall, O'Neill Hall of Music

David Jones Voice Teaching Masterclasses Guest Vocal Pedagogy Residency O’Neill Hall of Music, University of Notre Dame Wednesday, April 4, 4-6 PM, LaBar Recital Hall  Thursday, April 5, 4-6 PM, LaBar Performance Hall Sponsored by the Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal...

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Snite @ Nite: Spring into Motion

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Location: Snite Museum of Art

Notre Dame students, spring into motion at Snite @ Nite. Stop by solo or bring some friends to explore the museum to screen print an art-inspired shirt, taste springy treats, and write your favorite recipes inspired by works pulled from the vault. ...

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Legacy of a Sacrifice: Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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Location: Crypt, below the Basilica

Wednesday, April 4 marks the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.  Campus Ministry and MSPS will commemorate this historic moment from 6-8 p.m. A time of silence will be observed at 6:05 p.m., the time the fatal...

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Presentation: John Carlos, 1968 Olympian and Humanitarian

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Location: Notre Dame Center for Arts and Culture, 1045 W. Washington Street, South Bend

U.S. Olympian John Carlos, whose black-gloved protest at the 1968 Olympic Games in Mexico City stands among the most iconic moments in sports history, will participate in three events at the University from April 4 to 7. As part of...

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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

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...

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Presentation: John Carlos, 1968 Olympian and Humanitarian

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Location: Washington Hall

Part of the Office of Human Resources' Diversity Speaker Series.  All ND staff are welcome. (also at 2:30 p.m.)   The image of track-and-field athlete John Carlos’ silent protest at the 1968 Olympics still speaks volumes five decades later. Carlos,...

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Work in Progress: "Thinking about Salvation: The Contribution of the Afro-Cuban Writer Alejo Carpentier to a Contemporary Soteriology"

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Ángela Pérez Jijena LANACC research visitor, in residence at Kellogg from January to May 2018 This work-in-progress will discuss three dimensions of my ongoing dissertation work on Alejo Carpentier and theology: 1.) the understanding of doctrine and its relationship to the...

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Workshop: "Design Thinking in a Classroom"

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Location: ND Room, 202 LaFortune Student Center

Presenter(s): Monica Arul and Erik-john Fuhrer, Graduate Associates of the Kaneb Center  Design Thinking is a human-centered creative strategy that can be used to resolve issues and is widely used in business management. However, design thinking in education has been gaining popularity in recent...

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Information Session: Social Concerns Seminars Leadership 2018-19

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Location: Geddes Hall, McNeill Library

Social Concerns Seminars depend significantly upon our student leaders. We begin seeking leaders in the spring for the upcoming academic year. We offer well over 20 seminars a year and this requires over 90 leaders. Seminar student leader positions include...

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Lecture: "Entangled in Empires: British Antillean Migrations and the World of the Panama Canal"

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Location: 210 DeBartolo Hall

Greene’s lecture frames Caribbean peoples as moving within a trans-imperial world, shaped by the British Empire but also drawing upon that identity as a resource in their reactions to the United States in the Canal Zone. Her talk draws from a...

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A conversation with composer Duncan Sheik

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Location: Patricia George Decio Theatre, DeBartolo Performing Arts Center

DUNCAN SHEIK is a Grammy and Tony Award-winning artist who launched his career in 1996 with his Grammy-nominated self-titled debut album. Sheik is the composer for the critically acclaimed musical Spring Awakening…

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History@Work Lecture: "Entangled in Empires: British Antillean Migrations and the World of the Panama Canal"

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Location: 210 DeBartolo Hall

Professor Julie Greene, Department of History, University of Maryland, is a historian of United States labor, immigration, and empire. Her research and teaching also engage with transnational and global approaches to history. This lecture frames Caribbeans as moving within a transimperial world, shaped by...

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Lecture: "Doing the Right Thing in Science: A History of a Moving Target"

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Location: Auditorium, Eck Visitors Center

Like other human practices, scientific activity is governed by rules, but these rules have varied across time and contexts of scientific practice. How can we think of science as rule-governed when the rules are unstable? What makes any one rule for scientific...

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