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Health and Society

Carter Snead on “What It Means to Be Human”

O. Carter Snead, director of the de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture, has penned an acclaimed new book, What It Means to Be Human: The Case for the Body in Public Bioethics....

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Father’s Day

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The Coronavirus Crisis through Gender, Environmental, Anthropological and Indigenous Lenses

Kroc Institute Director, Asher Kaufman, talks with Kroc Institute faculty members, researchers, and graduate students about aspects of the current Coronavirus crisis, including...

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Global Affairs

Pop Culture, Youth, and Peacebuilding

Catherine Bolten, associate professor of anthropology and peace studies, sits down to talk with Siobhan McEvoy Levy, professor of political science and peace and conflict studies...

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Becoming Dads: How Evolution Helps Us Understand Men’s Hormones, Behavior, and Health as Fathers

Human fathers shape their children’s well-being through a range of parenting behaviors. While common for humans, this is rare for mammals. This talk will shed light on how...

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To Believe is Human

The capacity to see beyond what’s in front of our eyes has shaped humanity in profound ways, says Agustín Fuentes, the Rev. Edmund P. Joyce, CSC, Professor of Anthropology....

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Art and History

Reading the Remains

We’re sitting in silence in the Long House cliff dwelling in Mesa Verde National Park, watching the sun swallow the shadows across the far canyon wall. I strain to hear the...

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Health and Society

Fathers’ Postnatal Hormone Levels Predict Later Caregiving, Study Shows

Much has been written about what happens to mothers hormonally during pregnancy and after, but what about fathers? In a first-of-its-kind study, University of Notre Dame Assistant...

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Art and History

Professor Uses Cutting-Edge Technology to Conduct ‘Engaged Anthropology’ at Prehistoric Illinois Site

Mark Schurr is committed to conducting engaged anthropology. For Schurr, professor and acting chair of the University of Notre Dame’s Department of Anthropology, that means he...

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Law and Politics

Professor D. C. Schindler on Freedom From Reality

D.C. Schindler is an associate professor of metaphysics and anthropology at the John Paull II Institute for Studies on Marriage and Family. He is also the author of Freedom from...

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Global Affairs

Fighting for Displaced People

There are 60 million displaced people in the world and every day an estimated 40,000 people flee their homes in search of safety elsewhere. For many, a temporary stop in a refugee...

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