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Approaching Asia
Everyday Holiness
Leadership in Public Conversation
Conversations That Matter: Mental Health and the Catholic Church
Ethics at Work Podcast
Building an Anti-Racist Vocabulary Podcast
Black Domers 2
Grace Period
Jerusalem TalksND Podcast
Inspiring Conversations: Kinship
Creating Your Inspired Journey
Global Dialogues: The Worsening Water Crisis
Journey Towards Purpose
Beyond the Border: The Realities of Migration from Central America
Civil Discourse: Becoming a Better Conversation Partner
Finding Meaning and Mission in a Restless World
Anticipatory Innovation - Capitalizing on Change in Turbulent Times
A Hell of a City: Dante’s Inferno on the Road to Rome
An Irish Christmas at Kylemore
Consider This! Simplifying the COVID-19 conversation
Black Domers
Bridging the Divide 2020
Hitchcock in London
Communicating Across Cultures
Lenten Perspectives: The Art of the Raclin Murphy Museum
Soc(AI)ety Seminars
Shakespeare and Possibility
Restoring Reason, Hope and Faith in Architecture
Seasons of Change: Care & Support for Yourself & Others
Raising Resilient Children
Restoring Reason, Beauty, and Trust in Architecture
Powerful Conversations
Pilgrimage for Healing and Liberation
TEC Talks Podcast
Notre Dame Religious Liberty Summit: Rome 2022
Primo Levi’s The Truce: A Guide to Returning to Life
Technology and Power
London Shakespeare Lecture 10th Anniversary Series
Raphael's School of Athens: The Medium and the Message
Neuroscience and (Your) Behavior
Lenten Music Through the Ages
TEC Talks: Misinformation and Disinformation
Ten Years Hence 2021: News, Fake News, and Deep Fakes. How Do We Know What’s True?
London in Song
Technology Ethics Conference 2020
Numbers Can Lie: When algorithms work perfectly but fail miserably
Leading People in an Ever-Changing World
Literature & Film in Lockdown

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Building an Anti-Racist Vocabulary Podcast: Athletic Protests

The opposite of racist isn’t ‘not racist.’ It is ‘antiracist.’ What’s the difference? One endorses either...

12:00 PM ET Wed., May. 29, 2024
Health and Society
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Technology and Democracy

U.S. society is in the throes of deep societal polarization that not only leads to political paralysis, but also...

12:00 PM ET Wed., May. 29, 2024
Science and Technology
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Everyday Holiness: Gabriel Reynolds

“I pray regularly and seek the intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary for my family but also for Notre Dame and for...

12:00 PM ET Fri., Jun. 07, 2024
Religion and Philosophy
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Algorethics: potentiality and challenges in the age of AI

Explore the possibilities and challenges in ethical governance of AI through algorethics. Algorethics is a term that...

12:00 PM ET Wed., Jun. 12, 2024
Science and Technology
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Stereotypes, Representation, and Real Talk: Black Law Students Speak Out

In this episode, Aisha Bah ’25 J.D., Joshua Mannery ’24 J.D., and Ayanna Murphy ’25 J.D., from the Notre Dame...

12:00 PM ET Wed., Jun. 19, 2024
Law and Politics
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Building an Anti-Racist Vocabulary Podcast: The Use and Misuse of Civil Rights History

The opposite of racist isn’t ‘not racist.’ It is ‘antiracist.’ What’s the difference? One endorses either...

12:00 PM ET Wed., Jun. 26, 2024
Health and Society
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A Brave New World of AI Governance

Explore the connection between data, geopolitics and governance, regulation, self-regulation while discovering examples...

12:00 PM ET Wed., Jun. 26, 2024
Science and Technology
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Everyday Holiness: Col. Mike Hopkins

“A lot of times, some of the most rewarding activities you can do are the ones that are also the most challenging.”...

12:00 PM ET Fri., Jul. 05, 2024
Religion and Philosophy
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