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Global Affairs

The Biggest Show on Earth: A Guide to South Asia Elections

The year 2024 is a big one for elections globally, but perhaps nowhere more so than South Asia, home to approximately ¼ of the world’s population.  Bhutan and Bangladesh...

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Art and History

Liu Institute Series in Chinese Christianities Dual Book Launch

Christianity is the fastest-growing religion in mainland China and a large, linguistically and culturally diverse Chinese diaspora, which encompasses more than a fifth of the...

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Science and Technology

The Future of Work

November 30, 2023 marks one year into the ChatGPT era and one of the most pressing concerns we hear from all quarters is: How will this affect the future of work and what the...

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Art and History

Fukushima – Resilience, Recovery, and Redemption

On March 11, 2011, the Fukushima coastline in eastern Japan experienced a devastating triple disaster. A 9.0-magnitude earthquake, so strong that it shifted the earth’s axis,...

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Religion and Philosophy

Healing a Wounded World: Voices from the Bahá’í Tradition

Humankind has long struggled with afflictions such as war, racism, and gender inequality. Today, despite progress, these scourges persist, and they disproportionately harm...

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Religion and Philosophy

Harmony with Humanity and Nature: Honoring the Legacy of Thich Nhat Hanh

What if deep listening was a non-violent solution to conflict? What if humankind understood and appreciated the interconnection of all living things? As the main inspiration for...

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Global Affairs

China Town Hall 2022

Jon M. Huntsman, Jr., former ambassador to China, Russia, and Singapore, was the featured livestreamed speaker for CHINA Town Hall 2022, a national conversation by the National...

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Completing Partition: Lahore and the Aftermath of the Babri Mosque Demolition

Notre Dame alumnus Yaqoob Bangash ’04 a Fulbright fellow at the Mittal Institute at Harvard University, discusses his research on the emergence of Pakistan as a post-colonial...

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The Irish Buddhist: Transnational Buddhism and Opposition to Empire with Alicia Turner

From 1900 to 1914 U Dhammaloka, a working-class Irish sailor who ordained as a Buddhist monk in Burma, organized missions across Southeast Asia to promote Buddhism and rail...

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Religion and Philosophy

The Uyghur Genocide & Threats to Religious Liberty: A Conversation with Commissioner Nury Turkel

Notre Dame Law School’s Religious Liberty Initiative hosted “The Uyghur Genocide & Threats to Religious Liberty: A Conversation with Commissioner Nury Turkel” on October 10,...

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Global Affairs

Trans Sans Frontières: Transtopia, the Asia Pacific, and the Politics of Historical Difference

Wednesday, 09/07/2022, at 4:00 p.m. ET – The concept of transtopia, which posits a continuum model of transness, activates a space of historical inquiry that exceeds both the...

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Global Affairs

Asian American Distinguished Speaker Series with Marcus Freeman

Marcus Freeman, University of Notre Dame Dick Corbett Head Football Coach, shares his perspective on Asian identity and representation as the featured speaker for the Asian...

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