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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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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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Dealing with North Korea and Iran in a Complex World: Diplomacy, Sanctions, or War?

Each year, the Jacksonville University Public Policy Institute partners with the Notre Dame Club of Greater Jacksonville to present a public policy lecture. On November 8, 2018,...

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Religion and Philosophy

Higher Powers Catholicism and the American Project

This colloquy features Patrick Deneen (University of Notre Dame), V. Phillip Muñoz (University of Notre Dame), Gladden Pappin (University of Dallas, American Affairs), and Adrian...

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Religion and Philosophy

Mind, Body, Spirit, and State

This session features Lauris Kaldjian, M.D. (University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine) on “Conscientious Practice, Religious Freedom, and the Sovereignty of God” and...

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Health and Society

Avoiding Overconfidence Penalties and Planning Buildings

New research on confidence says nonverbal cues can help people avoid the social penalties of overconfidence. And, a collaboration between Notre Dame’s School of Architecture and...

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The Great American Tug of War

The great tension in American life today may not be Republican versus Democrat, nor rural versus urban, nor rich versus poor, nor liberal versus conservative, nor management...

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Health and Society

Sidestepping the Pitfalls of Overconfidence with Plausible Deniability

A fine line exists between confidence and arrogance, and many in positions of power —such as politicians and CEOs — often are labeled arrogant. Although confidence can serve...

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Religion and Philosophy

Reawakening the American Heart

The Center for Social Concerns’ 2018–19 annual theme was “Moving Margins: Living the Option for the Poor,” which examined how God calls us to give priority to the most...

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Religion and Philosophy

Philosopher Rémi Brague on His Writing

Rémi Brague is professor emeritus of Arabic and religious philosophy at the Sorbonne and Romano Guardini chair of philosophy (emeritus) at the Ludwig Maximilian University of...

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Missile Strikes Against Syria ‘as Serious as Triggering Events,’ Expert Says

As the Trump administration considers military operations against Syria in the wake of a suspected chemical weapons attack Saturday (April 7) in the town of Douma, a University of...

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Professor D. C. Schindler on Freedom From Reality

D.C. Schindler is an associate professor of metaphysics and anthropology at the John Paull II Institute for Studies on Marriage and Family. He is also the author of Freedom from...

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