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Virtual Competition: EUROCUP Trivia Night

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Location: Online

Does your hall have what it takes to win the EUROCUP? Join the Nanovic Institute for Notre Dame's second-ever EUROCUP trivia competition! This inter-dorm competition puts your team's collective knowledge of Europe to the test. Every residence hall on campus...

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Flash Panel: "Belarus: Last Days of the Last European Dictatorship?"

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Location: Online

The Nanovic Institute for European Studies presents a flash panel to discuss the current political situation and its implications in Belarus. Participants will speak on their perspective followed by a question and answer session. Registration encouraged…

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Organizational Meeting (VIRTUAL): Democratization Theory Research Cluster

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All faculty and graduate students are welcome. There will be a presentation of the cluster's focal research areas in which new and existing members can get involved.  Please register here.  For additional information on the research activities of the Democratization Theory Research Cluster…...

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Reading as part of the Symposium and Lecture Series: "Literatures of Annihilation, Exile & Resistance"

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Location: Virtual Webinar

Featuring Neda Maghbouleh, associate professor of sociology and Canada Research Chair in Migration, Race, and Identity, University of Toronto. Literatures of Annihilation, Exile & Resistance: An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Global Middle East and North Africa is a bi-annual symposium and lecture...

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Lecture: "Painting Against Time: The Anagni Frescoes and the Cultivation of Worldly Knowledge at the Thirteenth-Century Papal Court"

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Location: Zoom

The Center for Italian Studies will inaugurate the Fall 2020 Series of the Italian Research Seminar with a lecture on the Anagni Frescoes by Marius B. Hauknes, Assistant Professor of the History of Art at Notre Dame. Hippocrates and Galen...

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Lecture: "Tulsa" (Part of the "Building an Anti-Racist Vocabulary" lecture series)

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Location: via Zoom

Part of the "Building an Anti-Racist Vocabulary" lecture series. Join the Klau Center for Civil and Human Rights as James Goodwin, BA '61, owner and publisher of Tulsa’s only Black-owned newspaper, The Oklahoma Eagle, explores his city’s 1921 Tulsa Race...

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Application Open: International Summer Service Learning Program

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The Center for Social Concerns' International Summer Service Learning Program (ISSLP) is both a four-credit course and an eight-week summer service-learning program in Catholic social tradition and social analysis which together provide a critical lens through which students are invited to interpret...

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Information Session: Notre Dame Vision Mentor

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Location: Zoom

Learn more about becoming a Mentor-in-Faith at the information session. Open to all Notre Dame, Saint Mary's and Holy Cross College students. Register for the information session! For questions, call 574-631-7425 or email ndvi@nd.edu…

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Virtual Lecture: “What, If Anything, Is Europe? And Who Is European?”

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Location: Online

  Europe´s impossible to define without exciting objections. Europeans are hard to profile without offending somebody or everybody. So in European studies do we literally not know what we're talking about? Felipe Fernández-Armesto looks at what Europe has meant to...

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Virtual Webinar: "Introduction to Scholarly Engagement at ND"

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Location: Virtual via Zoom

Join staff and students associated with Notre Dame's Flatley Center for Undergraduate Scholarly Engagement (CUSE) for a Zoom session to learn more about how to pursue scholarly engagement as a Notre Dame undergraduate. We'll tell you about the kinds of...

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Lecture: "Islamophobia"

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Location: via Zoom

Building an Anti-Racist Vocabulary. Join the Klau Center for Civil and Human Rights as Dalia Mogahed, director of Research, Institute for Social Policy and Understanding, explores Islamophobia. Mogahed is former executive director of the Gallup Center for Muslim Studies, where she...

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StoryWalk

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Location: Charles B. Hayes Family Sculpture Park

Check out the newest StoryWalk in Michiana! We’ve partnered with the St. Joseph County Public Library to bring this exciting national project to the Charles B. Hayes Family Sculpture Park through September 30.  StoryWalk combines experiencing nature with reading together as a...

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Flash Panel: "Xinjiang and the Uyghurs: Religion, Oppression, and Geopolitics"

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Location: Virtual panel discussion

The mass internment of members of the Muslim Uyghur ethnicity in China’s Xinjiang province continues to attract global attention and concern. Adding to the complexity is the opinion that world leaders such as President Trump are focusing on the atrocities...

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Virtual Discussion: "Votes, Drugs, and Violence: The Political Logic of Criminal Wars in Mexico"

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Why did Mexico become so violent as the country transitioned from authoritarian rule to democracy? ¿Por qué México experimentó un estallido de violencia al transitar a la democracia?

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Webinar: "Primary Source Research in the Time of COVID-19"

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Location: Online

Are you designing a research project during the time of COVID-19? If so, how will you locate and access quality primary sources? This webinar, offered by curators from the Hesburgh Libraries' Rare Books and Special Collections department, will offer tools...

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Information Session: Summer Service Learning Program

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Location: Virtual Event

Students, are you considering your plans for summer 2021 and looking for something certain in these ever-changing times? Drop in to our virtual information session learn more about the Summer Service Learning Program (SSLP), an opportunity to work with a service organization...

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Seminar: "Beyond Shaming: Compliance with the Inter-American Court of Human Rights"

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This study analyzes all supervision hearings conducted by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights. The analysis shows that even private hearings can promote compliance. Shaming is not the only instrument to induce state compliance; dialogue can be effective when courts...

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Panel Discussion: "So You Want to Talk About Human Trafficking?"

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Location: via Zoom

The Notre Dame chapter of the International Justice Mission Club will host this online panel discussion, featuring guest speakers from three different organizations who will share views about how and why trafficking occurs and how to prevent it, along with their own...

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Information Session: Summer Service Learning Program

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Location: Virtual Event

Students, are you considering your plans for summer 2021 and looking for something certain in these ever-changing times? Drop in to our virtual information session learn more about the Summer Service Learning Program (SSLP), an opportunity to work with a service organization...

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Application Open for the Summer Service Learning Program

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The Summer Service Learning Program (SSLP) offers students the opportunity to serve for eight weeks with non-profit organizations related to healthcare, homelessness, immigration, education, and other social issues. Sponsored by Notre Dame Clubs across the country, SSLP students receive a $3,000 scholarship...

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Lecture: "Racial Wealth Gap"

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Location: via Zoom

Part of the "Building an Anti-Racist Vocabulary" lecture series.  Join the Klau Center for Civil and Human Rights as Mehrsa Baradaran, professor of law at the University of California Irvine, explores the racial wealth gap. Professor Baradaran writes about banking...

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Cocktail with a Curator: David Acton

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Location: Online (Zoom)

Let’s mix things up! Join us for Cocktail with a Curator, a program that toasts amazing works of art with deliciously themed cocktails. This month spend time with David Action, curator of photography, looking closely at Wes Fesler Kicking a...

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Saturday Scholars Series: "'Phantom of the Opera' Is Not an Opera: What It Actually Means to Be an 'Opera Singer' in the 21st Century"

Due to COVID-19, there will be no live Saturday Scholar lectures in fall 2020. Instead, we invite you to join us in watching some highlights from past seasons.

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Sculpt'd

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Location: Charles B. Hayes Family Sculpture Park

Start off your morning with a progressive boot camp workout in the Charles B. Hayes Family Sculpture Park. Join RecSports and the Snite Museum of Art at the northeast corner of the park (the area closest to the Compton Family...

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