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Lecture: “Restoration of the ‘Abendland’? Images of Europe in Exile”

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Location: 128 Decio (Max Kade Seminar Room)

This lecture outlines the debates on Europe among writers from the Weimar Republic to the exile of the 1940s. The widespread hope in literary circles for a politically united Europe was plunged into a serious crisis by the Nazis' policy...

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Lecture: "Women’s Empowerment, Extended Families, and Male Migration in Nepal: Insights from Mixed Methods Analysis"

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Location: C103 Hesburgh Center

Kellogg Institute Lecture Series by Cheryl Doss, senior departmental lecturer in development economics and associate professor, University of Oxford.

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Presentation — "The Best of Indian Cities: From Food to Travel"

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Location: Bond Hall 334

Do you know why Indians travel? Or, how Indians actually pick their travel destination? You would think it is done by the virtue of the destination’s landscape, its history, and beauty, but the truth is quite different. A recent study...

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Conversation: "Beyond the Border: The Realities of Migration from Central America"

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Location: Virtual

Migration from Central America to the U.S. continues to make headlines and drive policy discussions. This series will use research-based evidence to go beyond this narrative and discuss the issues behind the typical “root causes” of migration from the region....

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Lecture: "A Place in the Sun: Rethinking German Globalization and Imperialism Before the Great War"

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Location: 1050 Jenkins Nanovic Halls

Erik Grimmer-Solem is the Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Professor in the College of Social Studies and Professor of History. His field of expertise is modern German history with specializations in economic history, economic thought, social reform, and imperialism.

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Discussion — "My Major, My Path: How to Break Into the Renewable Energy Industry"

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Location: 129 DeBartolo Hall

The future of careers in energy has never been brighter, especially in the area of renewables. Add innovation and entrepreneurship to the mix, and the opportunities are endless. John Henry…

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Presentation — "Cochabamba: The City of Eternal Spring"

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Location: Bond Hall 334

Cochabamba, known as the City of Eternal Spring or "The Garden City", is centrally located in Bolivia in the valley of the Andes mountains. It is a place of particular cultural interest not just for the food, but for its...

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Lecture: "Courageous Christianity" (part of the Building an Anti-Racist Vocabulary series)

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Location: via Zoom

Join the Klau Center for Civil and Human Rights as we present Jemar Tisby (ND '02), president of The Witness: A Black Christian Collective and author of "The Color of Compromise and How to Fight Racism: Courageous Christianity and the Journey Toward...

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Ahead of the Game with Arts & Letters: "An American Salesman in China: Adventures in the Global Marketplace of the 1920s"

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

A different game plan for autumn weekends. You are invited to join in discussion with Notre Dame’s most engaging faculty on some of the most pressing and fascinating issues of our times. Each lecture and Q&A is presented on a home...

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75th Anniversary Roundtable: "Post-Pandemic Labor Markets"

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Location: LaFortune Student Center, Room 102 (Dooley Room)

We're celebrating the 75th anniversary of the Medieval Institute with a series of public events for the wider university and South Bend community. Our first roundtable brings together Daniel Graff, Professor of the Practice of History and Director of the Higgins Labor...

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Saturdays with the Saints Lecture: "Saints of the Black Death"

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Location: Andrews Auditorium, Geddes Hall

Presented by Timothy P. O’Malley, Director of Education, McGrath Institute for Church Life. Saturdays with the Saints is a Notre Dame football gameday lecture series that combines the university's rich traditions of Catholic faith and spirited game days. The event is free...

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75th Anniversary Medieval Institute Presentation: "The Middle Ages in an Object"

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Location: Hesburgh Library, West Lawn

Celebrate the Medieval Institute's 75th Anniversary at every home football game this year! Join us this week for talks by faculty and graduate students on medieval objects in the university collections and what they reveal about the Middle Ages. Originally published...

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Lecture: “‘Our Community Has Boundaries’: LA’s Immigrant Women Activists on Embodiment, Race, Class, and Morality”

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Location: Zoom webinar

Nadia Y. Kim is professor of sociology and Asian & Asian American studies at Loyola Marymount University. Her research focuses on US race and citizenship inequalities regarding Korean/Asian Americans and South Koreans, race and nativist racism in Los Angeles (e.g.,...

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Conversation: (in-person and virtual): "The Twentieth Anniversary of September 11: Pax Americana?"

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Location: 1030 Jenkins Nanovic Halls I Zoom Webinar

In what ways are current world crises—racial injustice, mass migration, inequality, and inadequate responses to the global pandemic—connected to the conditions of conflict that worsened after Sept. 11? Join us for the second in a series of three policy conversations....

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Conversation: "Beyond the Border: The Realities of Migration from Central America"

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Location: Virtual

Migration from Central America to the U.S. continues to make headlines and drive policy discussions. This series will use research-based evidence to go beyond this narrative and discuss the issues behind the typical “root causes” of migration from the region....

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Discussion — "Speaking for My Brother: Terrence Floyd and the Fight for Racial Justice"

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Location: via Zoom

A worldwide movement for racial justice arose after the death of George Floyd in 2020. Terrence Floyd has emerged as a poignant voice in the wake of his brother’s murder, honoring his legacy and using his platform to uplift and...

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Work-In-Progress Seminar: "The Planter’s Progress? Coffee Science and Development in Colonial Kenya"

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A Kellogg Work-in-Progress Seminar with Faculty Fellow Paul Ocobock, Associate Professor of History. Coffee was Kenya’s most valuable agricultural export during British colonial rule in the early twentieth century.

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Public lecture: "#BlackLivesMatter as Public Theology"

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Location: McKenna Hall Conference Center

This public lecture is part of the Black Catholic Theological Symposium 2021 Annual Meeting, hosted by the University of Notre Dame. Presented by M. Shawn Copeland, Ph.D., professor emerita of theology, Boston College.   

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