Upcoming Events

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Seminar: “The Ambiguous Resistance of Fenoglio’s 'Racconti della guerra civile'"

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Location: Zoom

The Center for Italian Studies is pleased to host a lecture on Italian resistance writer, Beppe Fenoglio's "Racconti della guerra civile," by Giovanni Vedovotto, a Ph.D. candidate in Italian in the Department of Romance Languages.

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Lecture: "Voting Rights" by The Honorable Eric H. Holder, Jr.

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Location: via Zoom

Building an Anti-Racist Vocabulary. Join the Klau Center for Civil and Human Rights as The Honorable Eric. H. Holder, Jr., 82nd Attorney General of the United States (2009-2015) and Partner, Covington & Burling LLP, explores the intersection of voting rights...

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Film Premiere: "And There is Nothing New Under the Sun"

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Location: Notre Dame Stadium

The School of Architecture is proud to announce the premiere of a film highlighting the work of Ong-ard Satrabhandhu, the winner of the 2020 Richard H. Driehaus Prize. Satrabhandhu is an architect from Thailand who has devoted his career to exploring what...

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The Big Draw: Exquisite Corpse (Halloween Edition)

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Location: Online (Zoom)

The Exquisite Corpse is a collaborative drawing game that was developed by surrealist artists in 1925. It was a way for them to free their minds of distractions and push their creativity to its fullest potential. It was also a...

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Higgins Labor Film Club: "On the Basis of Sex" (2018)

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Location: Virtual Event

Miss going to the movies? So do we, but we’ve come up with the next best thing. The Higgins Labor Program has selected four great films showcasing the work and activism of four female protagonists fighting for social justice from different eras...

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Lecture: "Spheres of Influence and Great Power Politics"

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Location: Virtual Event [Zoom]

Lindsey A. O'Rourke is an associate professor of political science at Boston College. Her research focuses on international security, United States foreign policy, and military strategy. Her research focuses on international security, United States foreign policy, and military strategy.

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Lecture: "Beyond Reality and Fiction: "Congo Vivo" and African American Transnational Expatriatism"

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Location: Zoom **Registration required**

Set during the height of the Congolese Civil War (1960-1965), Congo Vivo (Giuseppe Bennati, 1962), narrates the affair between an Italian journalist, Roberto (Gabriele Ferzetti) and Annette (Jean Seberg), the wife of a Belgian diplomat. The film was co-written by...

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Spanish Community-Based Learning (CBL) @ 10

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Location: Virtual Event

Spanish Community-Based Learning is in its 10th year at the Center for Social Concerns. Hear how the cohort of six faculty have worked with three key community partners to develop deep learning opportunities for students and help create positive impact in the...

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(Virtual) 2020 Conway Lectures: "Race in the Middle Ages"

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Location: By Zoom

This year's lectures will be on the topic of race in the Middle Ages with speakers Sara Lipton (Stony Brook University), Cord J. Whitaker (Wellesley), and Suzanne Conklin Akbari (Institute for Advanced Study), and will be held, for the first time, virtually.

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(Virtual) 2020 Conway Lectures: "Race in the Middle Ages"

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Location: By Zoom

This year's lectures will be on the topic of race in the Middle Ages with speakers Sara Lipton (Stony Brook University), Cord J. Whitaker (Wellesley), and Suzanne Conklin Akbari (Institute for Advanced Study), and will be held, for the first time, virtually.

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Lecture: "Numbers Can Lie: When algorithms work perfectly but fail miserably"

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Location: Online

The famous saying, “numbers don’t lie,” might work when reporting the score of a football game, but even then, the numbers don’t tell the whole story.  Algorithms developed by data scientists have implications for not only who may obtain a...

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(CANCELED) Presentations: "Algorithmic Bias: Sources and Responses"

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Location: Zoom

After careful consideration, we have decided to cancel our March 18 Algorithmic Bias event. We hope to reschedule this important conversation sometime next fall. Featuring a keynote by Big Data scientist and New York Times bestselling author Cathy O’Neil “Algorithms: for...

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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 Sinan Antoon, Associate Professor of Arabic Literature at New York University, Poet, Novelist, Scholar, and Translator. Literatures of Annihilation, Exile & Resistance: An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Global Middle East and North Africa is a bi-annual symposium and lecture series that focuses...

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Lecture: "COVID Racial Data Tracking"

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Location: via Zoom

Building an Anti-Racist Vocabulary. Join the Klau Center for Civil and Human Rights as Rachel Lee, project manager for the Boston University Center for Antiracist Research’s Racial Data Tracker, explores the impact of race and ethnicity on COVID-19 prevalence and outcomes....

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Tom Mendoza Presents "A Conversation with Jayshree Ullal"

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Location: Virtual

Join Tom Mendoza (ND '73) for a conversation with Jayshree Ullal who is responsible for Arista’s business and strategic leadership in cloud networking. Hear about her three decades of networking and executive experience as she and Tom talk about career success and insights to forging great...

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Lecture: "Race in the Middle Ages" (Part of the Conway Lectures)

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Location: By Zoom

This year's lectures will be on the topic of race in the Middle Ages with speakers Sara Lipton (Stony Brook University), Cord J. Whitaker (Wellesley), and Suzanne Conklin Akbari (Institute for Advanced Study), and will be held, for the first time, virtually.

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Roundtable and Audience Q&A: "Race in the Middle Ages"

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Location: By Zoom

This year's lectures will be on the topic of race in the Middle Ages with speakers Suzanne Conklin Akbari (Institute for Advanced Study), Sara Lipton (Stony Brook University), and Cord J. Whitaker (Wellesley), and will be held, for the first time, virtually. This final portion of the event will...

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Higgins Labor Café: "What's Next for Labor Policy in the Wake of the US Presidential Election?"

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Location: Virtual Event

The Labor Café convenes the Notre Dame community casual conversation on contemporary questions about work, workers, and workplaces. What rights and protections should those who work for others have? What's the proper role for government in the economy? How should...

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