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Health and Society

Where We’re Going: Healthcare – Campus Viewpoint

The latest installment of Where We’re Going will invite Notre Dame faculty and national and global experts to focus on healthcare and timely issues like public health and...

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Religion and Philosophy

Catholic Social Teaching and Financial Decision-Making

“Don’t tell me what you value. Show me your budget, and I’ll tell you what you value.” That’s the working motto of the Catholic Social Teaching and Financial...

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Primo Levi’s “The Truce”: The Reawakening

One of the meanings contained in the title of the novel is the idea of suspension of moral judgement. This is not to say that The Truce is a novel of forgiveness: rather these...

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One of the meanings contained in the title of the novel is the idea of suspension of moral judgement. This is not to say that The Truce is a novel of forgiveness: rather these...

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In this last meeting we will focus on “Heading South,” “Heading North,” “A Little Hen,” “Old Roads,” “The Forest and the Path,” “Vacation,” “Theater,”...

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Two Journeys

How The Truce recounts two parallel journeys: an external one across Europe, and an internal psychological journey from death to life, nothingness to plenitude.

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The Reawakening

What The Truce can teach us about negotiating huge and traumatic experiences.

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The Return

No traveler is the same at the end of a journey, and no return is absolute. The body can be in one place while the mind is in another.

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Global Affairs

The End of the Village: Planning the Urbanization of Rural China

Drawing on his new book, The End of the Village: Planning the Urbanization of Rural China, Nick Smith of Columbia University will discuss the ongoing push for the near-total...

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Bonus: Richard Rohr (Part 1)

Fr. Dan interviews Richard Rohr, the renowned Franciscan priest, author, and spiritual teacher. In this first half of the interview, they discuss Richard’s perspective on the...

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Art and History

Notre Dame – Durham Christmas Lecture

Join us for an evening of festive cheer with award-winning screenwriter and novelist, Frank Cottrell-Boyce, as he delves into the evolution of the nativity play and the role it...

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Bonus: Richard Rohr (Part 2)

Fr. Dan and Richard Rohr continue their conversation in the second half of our bonus interview. They explore substitutionary atonement theory, the links between contemplation and...

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