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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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Global Affairs

Panel Discussion: “Faith and Freedom: A Lithuanian Perspective”

This webinar will contribute to this commemoration of “The Chronicle of the Catholic Church in Lithuania,” the longest-running and best-known underground periodical in the...

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Global Affairs

Coffee for Integration: Insights on Empowering Migrants and Refugees in the Americas

The global economy depends on the contributions of international migrant workers, who make up almost five percent of the workforce worldwide. Yet these workers experience greater...

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Health and Society

Global Health Colloquium: “Research Interventions to Address Gaps in Practice”

This week’s Global Health Colloquium will focus on the topic of maternal health, featuring Yenupini Joyce Adams, Visiting Assistant Professor of Global Health from the Keough...

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Art and History

Native American Perspectives on Human Dignity

Integral human development is a holistic model of human flourishing articulated in Catholic social teaching and resonant in multiple religious, humanistic, and philosophical...

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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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Health and Society

The Social Side of Health: How reducing inequality can improve health outcomes for Americans

In 1961, twenty-year-old Peter Sterling left Cornell University to join the Freedom Rides in Jackson, Mississippi where he was arrested and jailed. That experience shaped his...

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Religion and Philosophy

Mirza Family Chair Inaugural Symposium: “On the Muslim Question”

1030 Jenkins Nanovic I Zoom This event is part of the Mirza Family Chair Inaugural Lecture and Symposium. Muslims in both Europe and North America have been figured by both...

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Religion and Philosophy

Mirza Family Chair Inaugural Symposium: “The Study of Religion: Anthropology and the Theological Moment”

1030 Jenkins Nanovic I Zoom This event is part of the Mirza Family Chair Inaugural Lecture and Symposium. With the increased impact of anthropology in the past decades, the place...

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Religion and Philosophy

Mirza Family Chair Inaugural Lecture: “Debating Progress and History in Islamic Thought”

Eck Visitor’s Center Auditorium I Zoom This lecture by Ebrahim Moosa, Mirza Family Professor of Islamic Thought and Muslim Societies, will seek to demonstrate that the critique...

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Art and History

Human Development Conference Keynote Address: John Cavanagh

John Cavanagh was Director of the Institute for Policy Studies (1999-2021) and is now a Senior Advisor there. The co-author of 12 books and numerous articles on a wide range of...

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Religion and Philosophy

Our Shared Paths to Justice: Learning from Desmond Tutu’s Faith and Activism

The late Desmond Tutu’s inspiring activism helped South Africa address the deep injustices that permeated daily life under Apartheid—a crushing system of institutionalized...

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