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Virtual Workshop: Toppling Statues & Bridging Histories

The iconic toppling of Edward Colston’s statue by anti-racist protesters in Bristol sent headlines around the world in June 2020. How was the fall of Colston’s statue viewed...

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Art and History

The 2022 Laura Shannon Prize with Pamela Cheek: “The Literary ‘Me Too’ of the 18th Century: Women’s Writing and the Capital of Virtue”

How did eighteenth-century Western European literature explore and exploit sexual assault? And what happened when women wrote about it? This talk examines the literary innovation...

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Art and History

Urban Design and New Traditional Building Technologies

As part of the Nortman Lecture Series and the Urbanism and Architecture: A New German Synthesis Series, Berlin architect Thomas Albrecht joins us to talk about traditional...

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Religion and Philosophy

“My Contacts with Saint John Paul II at the Fall of the Soviet Union”: The Keeley Vatican Lecture with Archbishop Claudio Gugerotti

His Excellency, The Most Reverend Claudio Gugerotti, the Apostolic Nuncio to Great Britain and the Titular Archbishop of Rebellum, will present the Keeley Vatican Lecture at the...

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An Era of Change?  Or, a Change of Era?: A Conversation with Provost John T. McGreevy

Between completing his tenure as the I.A. O’Shaughnessy Dean of the College of Arts and Letters and his appointment as the Charles and Jill Fischer Provost, John T. McGreevy...

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Global Affairs

The Future of East European Studies

On 24 February, Ukraine became a target of Russia’s military aggression. This war, the largest in Europe since the Second World War, broke out with unimaginable atrocities,...

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Art and History

La Joven Mistral (1905-1929) / The Young Mistral (1909-1929)

One of seven lectures in the series “Rereading Gabriela Mistral 100 years after Desolación (1922-2022): A Transhemispheric Encounter,” this lecture will focus on the...

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Global Affairs

Russian Propaganda and Western Media: A View from Ukraine

Join the Nanovic Institute for European Studies for a virtual panel with four Ukrainian experts who will discuss Russian media narratives, fake news, and propaganda, focusing on...

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Global Affairs

The Laura Shannon Prize Award and Lecture with Peter Gatrell

The Nanovic Institute for European Studies at the University of Notre Dame has awarded the 2021 Laura Shannon Prize in Contemporary European Studies to Peter Gatrell, professor of...

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Religion and Philosophy

Conference: The Trauma of Communism

Tuesday, 06/29/2021, at 7:45 a.m. ET – Scholars, activists, and religious actors whose extraordinary experiences of living under communism, resisting the totalitarian state, and...

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Art and History

Rome: What Does it All Mean? The Painting and its Subject

Finally, we come to terms with the School of Athens. How was it painted, and what does it mean? How do how it was painted and what it means intersect? Watch the short videos...

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Art and History

On Fashion History and the Human Story

This is our season 4 finale, and we’re taking a look back—not at the history of this podcast, but at the history of fashion, and our guide is a great one. Kimberly...

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