Events

OVI Seminar Series 2021, II

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Location: Zoom

"Didascalismo, allegoria moralizzante e umanesimo cristiano: la iconografia del 'trionfo' in Dante, Boccaccio e Petrarca" (Didascalism, Moralizing Allegory, and Christian Humanism: The Iconography of the "Triumph" in Dante, Boccaccio, and Petrarch) Leonardo Francalanci (Notre Dame) Register here…

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Edith Stein

Second Annual Liss Lecture in Judaica: "Apostate and Saint: Edith Stein as Challenge for Jewish-Christian Dialogue"

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Location: Online

University of Notre Dame's Department of Theology will host the Second Annual Liss Lecture in Judaica. The speaker will be Leora Batnitzky of Princeton University. The lecture will be held online and is free and open to the public.  Register in...

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Advances in Nuclear Technology Part Four: “Beyond the Nuclear Power Plant”

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Location: Zoom

Accidents involving nuclear materials have been few and far between, yet their stories have remained etched in history, leading to misinformation and disagreements, especially among policymakers and the public, about their use. The good news is that researchers have learned...

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Pope Francis

Panel Discussion: "The Peace Dimensions of Fratelli Tutti"

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Location: Virtual Event

Pope Francis’ new encyclical, "Fratelli Tutti," has much to contribute to the theory and praxis of peace, but this is a theme that has received relatively little attention since its release in October 2020.

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"Meeting Gorbachev": Virtual Film Screening plus Q&A session with Werner Herzog

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Location: Online

Werner Herzog meeting Mikhail Gorbachev opens a fresh door to some of the most significant happenings of the late 20th Century from nuclear disarmament to the unification of Germany. It also puts into perspective today’s era of populist political leadership....

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Lecture: "Why India's Farmers are Angry with the Narendra Modi Government"

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Location: Zoom

Since late November, hundreds of thousands of farmers in India—many of them from the northern states of Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh—have been protesting on the outskirts of New Delhi. They are demanding the repeal of three laws enacted...

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Lecture: "Christianity and White Supremacy" (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 Damon Berry, St. Lawrence University, explores connections between religious and racialized discourses and violence. Berry is an assistant professor of religious studies, and author of "Blood and Faith: Christianity in American...

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Virtual Talk: "Beyond Broadway: The Pleasure and Promise of Musical Theatre Across America"

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Location: Zoom

The idea of American musical theatre conjures up images of bright lights and big city, but its lifeblood is found in local and amateur productions at schools, community theatres, summer camps, and more. In this talk based on her book, Beyond Broadway…...

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Lecture: "From Margin to Center: The Abstracting of Photography"

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Location: Virtual

Lyle Rexer is a New York-based writer, curator, and art critic. He is a contributor to Photograph magazine and has written for many others including Art in America, Aperture, and Modern Painters.

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Inti Raymi Celebration (Sun Fest)

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Location: Zoom (link below)

Throughout the year, indigenous people have different celebrations, giving thanks to our mother Earth (Pachamama) because she feeds us and the Sun makes it possible. That is why one of the biggest celebrations is Inti Raymi (Sun’s Fest), giving thanks...

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Lecture: “Accelerating Carbon Neutrality: Mobility, Buildings, Food, and Emerging Technologies”

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Location: Zoom

Please join ND Energy as we welcome Prof. Gregory Keoleian, the Peter M. Wege Endowed Professor of Sustainable Systems, from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, for a virtual Distinguished Lecture, hosted by Subhash L. Shinde. This event is open to...

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Asian American Distinguished Speaker Series featuring Ai-jen Poo, National Domestic Workers Alliance

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Location: Virtual

"Advancing Visibility, Dignity and Rights for Domestic Workers" featuring Ai-jen Poo, cofounder and executive director, National Domestic Workers Alliance. Moderator: Marie Lynn Miranda, Charles & Jill Fischer Provost, University of Notre Dame…

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Ten Years Hence Lecture: "Disinformation and Democracy"

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Location: Online

"Disinformation and Democracy" presented by Suzanne Spaulding, senior adviser, Homeland Security, International Security Program, CSIS, is the third of eight online lectures in the Ten Years Hence Speaker Series. All lectures are free and open to students, faculty, staff and the...

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Lecture: "Implicit Bias" (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 Dolly Chugh, New York University, explores the complexities of racial bias. Chugh is associate professor of management and organizations at the Stern School of Business, and author of "The Person You...

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Winter Soldiers

Webinar: "Winter Soldiers against War and Racial Injustice: Vietnam, Iraq, and Today"

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Location: Virtual Event

This webinar commemorates the Winter Soldier Investigation organized by Vietnam Veterans Against the War 50 years ago, as well as similar hearings planned by Iraq Veterans Against the War 37 years later.

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Lecture: "Geopolitics: The Competing Maritime and Continental World Orders of China, Russia, and the United States"

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Location: Virtual Event [Zoom]

Sarah C. M. Paine is the William S. Sims University Professor of History and Grand Strategy in the Strategy & Policy Department of the U.S. Naval War College. Nine years of research in Australia, China, Japan, Russia, and Taiwan form...

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