Events

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[CANCELLED] Lecture: "Rethinking Black Mobilization in Latin America: Lessons from Brazil"

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Location: Hesburgh Center C103

The Kellogg Institute welcomes Tianna Paschel, associate professor of sociology and African American studies, at the University of California Berkeley. Black mobilization in Latin America has long been cast as a story of absence. Both scholars who saw the region as a...

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Panel Discussion: "Sex, Sexual Orientation, and Gender Identity: An Inclusive Look at Title VII"

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Location: McCartan Courtroom

This event consists of a panel discussion where three speakers: Ms. Kimberly Hively (plaintiff in Hively v. Ivy Tech Community College); Steve Sanders (Indiana University); and Eduardo Juarez (attorney at the EEOC) will discuss VII under the Civil Rights Act. Sponsor: LGBT...

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Stephanie Saldana

Lecture: "The Heart is a Country: Lessons on Hope, Compassion, and Our Common Humanity from Syrian and Iraqi Refugees"

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Location: C103, Hesburgh Center for International Studies

Stephanie Saldaña is a writer, teacher and journalist who specializes in religious diversity in the Middle East, with a focus on refugees. She is also a journalist fellow at the Center for Religion and Civic Culture at the University of...

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Lecture: "Slave Life in Luanda: Experiences of Enslaved Men and Women During the Era of Legitimate Commerce"

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Location: Hesburgh Center C104/105

For the pre-circulated paper, please contact kgraubar@nd.edu or mcandido@nd.edu. The Slavery, Race, and Gender in the Atlantic World Working Group welcomes Vanessa Oliveira, professor in the Department of History at Royal Military College of Canada.…

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Kellogg International Development Studies Senior 3-minute Presentation Day

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Location: Jenkins Nanovic Halls 1050

As part of the IDS capstone course with Rev. Robert Dowd, C.S.C., each senior will give a brief (3-minute) oral synopsis of his/her project. This class will take place in 1050 Jenkins and Nanovic Halls and will be open for all members...

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Workshop: "Interdisciplinary Approaches to Corruption"

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Location: Hesburgh Center

For more information please visit the Kellogg Institute webpage: https://kellogg.nd.edu/interdisciplinary-approaches-corruption-workshop#tab-2083 Corruption has been a major concern for contemporary state-building and development and is currently at the front of major political changes in several countries and regions. However, there is still...

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Fall Staff Town Hall Meeting

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Location: Carey Auditorium (first floor), Hesburgh Library

University President Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., Provost Tom Burish and Executive Vice President Shannon Cullinan invite all Notre Dame staff to attend the Fall 2019 Town Hall where they will share important campus news and take staff questions. Staff should attend the...

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Workshop: "Interdisciplinary Approaches to Corruption"

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Location: Hesburgh Center

For more information please visit the Kellogg Institute webpage: https://kellogg.nd.edu/interdisciplinary-approaches-corruption-workshop#tab-2083 Corruption has been a major concern for contemporary state-building and development and is currently at the front of major political changes in several countries and regions. However, there is still...

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Lecture: "Movement, Media, and the Quest for Salvation: A Pillar for Thinking in the Strasbourg South Transept"

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Location: Medieval Institute Main Reading Room (715 Hesburgh Library)

Jacqueline Jung is associate professor in the History of Art Department at Yale University, where she teaches courses on medieval art and architecture. Her new book, Eloquent Bodies: Movement, Expression, and the Human Figure in Gothic Sculpture, will be published...

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The 8th Annual ASA Sociology of Development Conference — “Development in Dialogue: Engaging Practitioners and Across Disciplines”

(part of a series)

The University hosts the 8th annual conference of the Sociology of Development section of the American Sociological Association. The conference will be held on October 17-19 with the theme “Development in Dialogue: Engaging Practitioners and Other Disciplines.” Co-sponsored by the Kellogg...

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The 8th Annual ASA Sociology of Development Conference — “Development in Dialogue: Engaging Practitioners and Across Disciplines”

(part of a series)

The University hosts the 8th annual conference of the Sociology of Development section of the American Sociological Association. The conference will be held on October 17-19 with the theme “Development in Dialogue: Engaging Practitioners and Other Disciplines.” Co-sponsored by the Kellogg...

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Asa Dialogue 600x400

The 8th Annual ASA Sociology of Development Conference — “Development in Dialogue: Engaging Practitioners and Across Disciplines”

(part of a series)

The University hosts the 8th annual conference of the Sociology of Development section of the American Sociological Association. The conference will be held on October 17-19 with the theme “Development in Dialogue: Engaging Practitioners and Other Disciplines.” Co-sponsored by the Kellogg...

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Art History Colloquium: "Self Help Graphics at Fifty"

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Location: Salon C–Smith Ballroom

This mini-conference brings together a group of scholars that are part of an edited anthology project aimed at commemorating the fifty-year anniversary of Self Help Graphics, the flagship Latinx graphic art workshop in East Los Angeles. Speakers include: Theresa Avila,...

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Lecture: "Religion in China: Back to the Center of Politics and Society"

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Location: Eck Visitors Center Auditorium

Pulitzer-Prize winning journalist Ian Johnson has lived in China for more than 20 years, following the country’s search for values, faith, and new ways of organizing society. For more than a hundred years, China embarked on a movement of forced secularization, with most...

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Lecture: "The Origins of the Paranoid Style in Middle Eastern Politics"

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Location: Hesburgh Center C103

The Kellogg Institute welcomes Tarek Masoud, professor of public policy, Sultan of Oman Professor of International Relations, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. Masoud will speak on The Origins of the Paranoid Style in Middle Eastern Politics…

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Lecture: "Slogans or Evidence-Based Decisionmaking? The Knowledge Foundation of the UN’s Women, Peace, and Security Agenda"

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Location: C103, Hesburgh Center for International Studies

Featuring Louise Olsson, senior researcher at the Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO) and a former senior advisor on women, peace, and security at the Folke Bernadotte Academy (FBA), Sweden.

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