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Global Affairs

School Closures: A University Perspective

In this interview, Dr. Begedou, a university professor in Togo, shares his perspective on the government’s response to COVID-19 and school closures as well as the impact of...

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Global Affairs

Faculty insights help shape historic US effort to build peace

University of Notre Dame faculty shared recommendations for strategic monitoring and evaluation within fragile states at an April 14 virtual roundtable hosted by the Keough School...

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Law and Politics

The Impeachment of President Trump: A Conversation with U.S. Senator Chris Coons

.S. Senator Chris Coons of Delaware visited Notre Dame Law School on February 21, 2020, to share his insights and experiences from the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump....

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Law and Politics

On Democracy and Difficult Questions

The idea behind this show is pretty simple: We invite scholars, makers, and professionals out to brunch for an informal conversation about their work, and then we turn those...

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Science and Technology

Deepfake Conference Panel II: Impact of National Security and Democratic Self-Governance

How can truth emerge in a deep-fake ridden marketplace of ideas? Are we ready for the looming challenges to national security, elections, privacy, and reputation? What role will...

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Law and Politics

A Conversation with Judge Amy Coney Barrett ’97 J.D.

The Notre Dame Club of Washington, D.C., hosted “An Evening with Judge Amy Coney Barrett” on February 19, 2019. Jon Heintz ’09, ’14 J.D. introduced Judge Barrett to the...

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Law and Politics

The Media and the 2016 U.S. Presidential Campaign

Join Bob Schmuhl for an analysis of media coverage and how it has shaped the 2016 U.S. presidential race. Schmuhl is the Walter H. Annenberg-Edmund P. Joyce Chair in American...

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Law and Politics

Authority, Rights, and Responsibilities

This session features Mary Ann Glendon (Harvard Law School) on “Can the Modern Human Rights Project Be Saved?” and Patrizia Giunti (University of Florence) on “The...

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Religion and Philosophy

Belief in the Modern World

This session features Wilfred McClay (University of Oklahoma) on “Guilt in the Immanent Frame,” and John Waters on “The Importance of Not Being God: A Higher Power Is...

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Health and Society

Down From the Mountaintop: Authorities and Structures of Power

This session features Jacqueline Rivers (Harvard University) on “As American as the Declaration of Independence? Social Structure and Higher Powers,” Rev. Eugene Rivers...

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