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Health and Society

The Game of the Century: A Clash of Perspectives On and Off the Gridiron

The year 1966 will long be remembered as one of protest and division over the escalating War in Vietnam and the rise of black power. It will also be remembered for a...

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Religion and Philosophy

St. Teresa of Calcutta: On the Occasion of her Canonization

Leonard DeLorenzo, director of Notre Dame Vision, part of the McGrath Institute for Church Life at the University of Notre Dame, talks on the newly canonized St. Teresa of...

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Art and History

Broadcasting the Bicentennial Birthday Bash: History, Myth, and Ideology in Television’s Celebration of 1776

Accompanied by rare clips from the prestigious Peabody Awards Collection, this presentation analyzes how television programming from across the United States in 1976 celebrated...

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Religion and Philosophy

St. Faustina: The Divine Mercy of Vilnius and Priestly Self-Offering

Sr. Ann Astell, professor in the Department of Theology at the University of Notre Dame, speaks on St. Faustina as part of the Saturdays with the Saints lecture series for Fall...

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Health and Society

Integral Ecology: Pope Francis, Ethical Pluralism, and the Planet

This 2015 Rev. Bernie Clark, C.S.C. lecture features Christiana Zenner, Ph.D., assistant professor of theology, science and ethics in the Department of Theology at Fordham...

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Law and Politics

Follow the Money: The Fight Against Terrorist Funding

Fifteen years after the Sep. 11, 2001 attacks, is the United States safer than we were that morning? Jimmy Gurulé, professor of Law, is an internationally known expert in the...

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Religion and Philosophy

St. Joseph: A Father Rich in Mercy

John C. Cavadini, Director, Institute for Church Life and Professor of Theology at the University of Notre Dame presents the first lecture in the 2016 series of Saturdays with the...

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Law and Politics

What Judges Want: Goals and Personalities on the U.S. Supreme Court

U.S. Supreme Court justices are often viewed as rational actors who strategically pursue multiple goals, including policy influence, collegiality, and leisure. Yet these models...

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Health and Society

Catholic Health Care’s Role in Integral Human Development

What role can Catholic health care play in the moral development of the United States? Sr. Carol Keehan, DC, RN, MS, claims it has the ability and obligation to go beyond...

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Art and History

1916: A Cry for Independence

The Liam Neeson narrated documentary, 1916: The Irish Rebellion captures the events of an Easter Monday, “The Easter Rising,” a century ago that would rock the British Empire....

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Art and History

Fighting to Understand Our History

In 1916, a small contingent of Irish rebels attempted to take control of Dublin and declare Ireland an independent nation. Their effort failed and the leaders were executed, but...

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Law and Politics

Notre Dame Boston Massacre Trial Re-Enactment

In this video, Notre Dame and Boston College law students make final arguments in a re-imagining of the Boston Massacre Trial 245 years ago, celebrating the importance of the...

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