The Game of the Century: A Clash of Perspectives On and Off the Gridiron

The year 1966 will long be remembered as one of protest and division over the escalating War in Vietnam and the rise of black power. It will also be remembered for a highly-anticipated football game that ended in a controversy that Notre Dame and Michigan State fans still discuss. Drawing on constructs from psychology and ethics, Notre Dame’s John Heisler and Professor Clark Power explore how controversy in sports, as well as politics, can become a catalyst leading to ethical insight and mutual understanding.

October 3, 2016

Art and HistoryHealth and SocietyLaw and PoliticsClark PowerCollege of Arts and LettersHistoryInstitute for Educational InitiativesKeough School of Global AffairsProgram of Liberal StudiesPsychologySports