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Global Affairs

Public Reading with Latinx-British Poet Leo Boix

Join the Creative Writing Program for a zoom event in partnership with Letras Latinas, the literary initiative at the Institute for Latino Studies. On the occasion of Hispanic...

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Career Development

Virtual Panel: Success Stories of Hispanic Alumni of Notre Dame

Members of the Hispanic Alumni of Notre Dame will discuss their personal and career choices since their college years. Many are pioneers and leaders in their career paths and aim...

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Art and History

Americans Actively Engaging in Collectivism as Financial Buoy

Before the pandemic hit, declining incomes, coupled with escalating costs of housing, childcare, eldercare, higher education and healthcare, made it nearly impossible for the...

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Health and Society

Fighting Irish for All

As Eric Kim started his junior year at Notre Dame, he didn’t know how he could accomplish what most students take for granted – welcoming his parents to Junior Parents Weekend...

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Health and Society

Face to Face

Pilo Bueno Jr. grew up as a migrant farm worker traveling around the country, following the harvests in a circle that started in Texas, went through the Carolinas and Indiana, and...

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Art and History

On Evolution and Defining Creativity

Agustín Fuentes is the Rev. Edmund P. Joyce, C.S.C., Professor of Anthropology and chair of the Department of Anthropology at Notre Dame. He has published more than 150...

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Law and Politics

The Role of Latinos in American Politics

As the dust settles on the 2018 midterm elections, how the Latino community is shaping the American political landscape. Our guest is Luis Fraga, Director of Notre Dame’s...

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Religion and Philosophy

Chiara Lubich: A Saint for a New Global Unity

Peter Casarella, Associate Professor of Theology at the University of Notre Dame, presents on Chiara Lubich, founder of the Focolare Movement. This lecture is the third of seven...

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Health and Society

Notre Dame Psychologist Guides Templeton Grant Project on Civic Virtues

University of Notre Dame psychologist Darcia Narvaez is helping lead a $3.9 million Templeton Religion Trust grant that will support new research on civic virtues. The Self,...

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Religion and Philosophy

Blessed Miguel Pro: The “Folly” of Martyrdom

Professor Timothy Matovina, Chair of the Department of Theology at the University of Notre Dame, presents on Blessed Miguel Pro. This lecture is the fifth of seven lectures in the...

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Health and Society

Lifting Voices

In this episode, Marisel Moreno from the College of Arts and Letters discusses giving voice to underrepresented groups and the opportunities presented by community-based learning...

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Health and Society

NARCOMEDIA: Latinidad, Drug Economies, and the Cultural Politics of the Kingpin

This talk features Jason Ruiz, an associate professor in the Department of American Studies at the University of Notre Dame. Ruiz covers his research which includes discussing...

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