Katlyn Turner's research is concerned with the ways in which complex systems and technology often exacerbate social hierarchy and inequity — whether it’s nuclear waste management affecting small communities’ safety and land rights; data and algorithms inappropriately categorizing individuals from...
Jen Everett will exhibit her work in the Riley Hall Photography Gallery from March 5 to April 2, 2021. She will also give this virtual lecture.
Presented by Matt Turek, program manager, at DARPA’s Information Innovation Office.This is the fourth lecture of eight online lectures in the Ten Years Hence Speaker Series. All lectures are free and open to students, faculty, staff and the public, but...
In this third session, Joshua Matthews, associate professor of English at Dordt University, will give a lecture on Dante in the American Civil War era and Dennis Looney, director of the Association of Departments of Foreign Languages at MLA, will...
Join the Klau Center for Civil and Human Rights as Sunny Hostin, '94 law alumna, explores racial identity. Hostin is senior legal correspondent & analyst for ABC News and co-host of ABC Daytime’s morning show The View, and author of I Am...
Kenya is a multicultural country with about 44 ethnic communities, all with different cultures, foods and clothing. In this language table hosted by the CSLC’s Swahili FLTA, Jossy Mutisya, we will look at some of the cultures and their ways...
Featuring Michael Rothberg, 1939 Society Samuel Goetz Chair in Holocaust Studies; Professor of English and Comparative Literature, University of California, Los Angeles.
Mariya Grinberg is a postdoctoral fellow with the Dickey Center for International Understanding at Dartmouth College. Her primary research examines why states trade with their enemies,...
Research Uncorked is a monthly speaker series featuring informal interviews with leading scholars and scientists from the University. Originally hosted at Ironhand Winebar in South Bend, the series is currently taking place online because of the coronavirus. In March, we’re...
Presented by Jamie Fly, President & CEO of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty.
Join the Klau Center for Civil and Human Rights as Jeanne Theoharis, Brooklyn College, explores how the civil rights movement has been misrepresented and compromised through myth-making. Theoharis is Distinguished Professor of Political Science and author of "A More Beautiful and...
Presented by Sonja Stojanovic and Rev. Gregory Haake.
I am a historian of Britain and its Empire, of comparative revolutions, comparative empires, and of northern Europe more broadly. I am both a deeply committed archival historian and a scholar who believes profoundly that...
Join us for a series of monthly conversations that will engage students from Catholic Universities to include Notre Dame, Georgetown, Catholic University, Northwestern, Japanese universities partner and more, in discussions focused on the Catholic approach to nuclear weapons and can include topics...
Inspired by these events, the “Mediating Justice” series asks what it is that we mean when we talk about justice. To do this, the series takes an unusual approach. Instead of the usual turn to philosophy or jurisprudence for a...
Clothing in India is affected by place, religion, culture and region. The diversity is depicted in daily-wear clothing as well as that worn on specific occasions. From embroidery to prints, hand weaving to machine work, India has a full wardrobe when...
Trust and Truth in the Age of Deep Fakes is presented by Hany Farid, Professor, UC Berkeley, School of Information. His research focuses on digital forensics, image analysis, and human perception. This is the sixth lecture of eight online lectures...
"'Nel mezzo del cammin': Finding Dante in American Religious Culture" The Center for Italian Studies presents the fifth annual Ravarino Lecture, delivered by Peter S. Hawkins, professor of religion and literature in the Yale Divinity School. This special edition of...
Join the Klau Center for Civil and Human Rights as attorneys Jessica Phillips and Michael Bloch explore the violence surrounding the 2017 "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, and its legal aftermath.
Noura Erakat offers a new approach to understanding the Palestinian struggle for freedom, told through the power and control of international law.
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