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Global Affairs

STS | Security and Sanctity: The Interconnection of Int’l Religious Freedom with U.S. National Security

In this episode of ‘Students Talk Security’, Dr. Farr, the leading expert in the interconnection between international religious freedom, human rights, and United States...

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Intersectionality Roundtable: International Perspectives from Former Kroc Institute Scholars

Join the Kroc Institute for a discussion with four former Visiting Fellows who have drawn on intersectional themes to inform their research and teaching. Join us on Tuesday, April...

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Law and Politics

Global Lawyering: A U.S. Perspective on SPACs and Securities Regulation

Join Notre Dame Law School’s International & Graduate Programs Office, the London Law Program, and the London Global Gateway for a contract theory explanation of Special Purpose...

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Religion and Philosophy

Russia in Ukraine: What’s Religion Got to Do with It?

Russian President Vladimir Putin has repeatedly invoked religion in an effort to justify the Russian invasion of Ukraine. How, specifically, has Putin used religion—and in...

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Global Affairs

Climate Wars

Neta C. Crawford is a professor of Political Science and currently chairs the department of political science. Her teaching focuses on international relations theory,...

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Health and Society

Mexico Virtual Lecture Series: The Pregnant Moms’ Empowerment Program in Mexico: A Culturally Adapted Intervention to Address the Intergenerational Effects of Intimate Partner Violence

According to national statistics, more than 40% of women in Mexico have experienced intimate partner violence. However, culturally appropriate evidence-based treatment is rarely...

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Global Affairs

The Process, Promise, and Perils of Making A New Constitution for Chile

Chile is currently engaged in the process of drafting an entirely new constitution, through a distinctive process that has generated a great deal of attention and controversy. The...

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Art and History

Graduate Student Invitation Series Lecture: Professor Eugenio Refini (NYU), “Whose Aristotle? Latinate Knowledge and Vernacular Translation in Medieval Italy”

A famous tale from the Novellino (one of the most prominent collections of novelle before Boccaccio’s Decameron) ridicules a philosopher who endeavors to translate science and...

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Health and Society

Nikhit D’Sa: Education, Ventured.

From St. Patrick and his feast day to five-day cricket extravaganzas and adopting a human-centered approach to research application in the lived experience of children and...

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Meet the Student Speaker: Julia Bellefeuille

Julia Bellefeuille is a second year Ph.D. student studying liturgy in the department of Theology at Notre Dame. Her academic interests include sacramental theology and popular...

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Meet the Student Speaker: Noelle Dorvault

Soprano Noelle Dorvault is a first-year at Notre Dame pursuing a major in biology and a minor in science and patient advocacy. She is originally from Pensacola, FL, and is very...

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Global Affairs

Madman Theory: The Causes and Effects of Reputations for Madness in International Politics

Roseanne W. McManus is an Associate Professor in the Political Science Department at the Pennsylvania State University. Her research focuses on signaling and coercion in an...

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