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A colloquium with the Architectural Uprising

The built environment is meant to serve the people it houses, it is used to facilitate community within its structure. With the continuation of urban sprawl, the growth of the...

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The Timeless Language of Classicism

As one of the world’s leading practitioners of New Classicism, John Simpson has revolutionized the combination of durability, functionality, and beauty within his projects. John...

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African American Classical Architecture: Then and Now

Phillip Smith ’19 M.Arch. explores the historical influence of classical and traditional architecture beginning with Egyptian influence on ancient Greek and Roman architecture,...

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Preservation, Resilience, and Sustainability in our Architecture

How does Notre Dame’s School of Architecture address the issues of climate change confronting our world, using the lens of the built environment? Though we live in a society and...

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Dante’s Blood by Anne Leone

As part of the fourth edition of The Three Crowns: Texts and Contexts of Medieval Italy series, the Center for Italian Studies is delighted to host a presentation featuring Anne...

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The Forging of the Cross of Faith

KC Castillo, undergraduate art major at the University of Notre Dame invites us to contemplate The Forging of the Cross by Henry Mosler. In this painting, four men labor over an...

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Christ the Teacher

John Cahill ’27 M.Div. is in his first year of vows and third year of seminary in the Congregation of Holy Cross. The formation process Holy Cross priests undertake during...

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Works of Mercy

Kathryn Stalter, a second-year Master of Divinity Student at the University of Notre Dame, studies theology and ministry, learning how to be present to and focused on the people...

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Fasting with a Contrite Heart

Fr. Austin Collins, C.S.C., vice president for Mission Engagement and Church Affairs and professor of sculpture, reflects on Saint Paul the Hermit by Jusepe de Ribera. In this...

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Medieval Institute Alumni Lecture: Corrupt Officials and the Problem of Medieval ‘Government’

Join the Medieval Institute for an alumni lecture with Jonathan R. Lyon ’05 Ph.D. ’05. Professor Lyon is the Sorin and Imran Siddiqui Professor of Medieval History and the...

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Sonnetfest 2024 – A Classic Campus Event Returns

Shakespeare and Possibility returns with Sonnetfest, in a brand-new incarnation for 2024! Don’t miss this reading of every one of William Shakespeare’s 154 sonnets, performed...

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From Dust to Dust

Dr. Joseph Antenucci Becherer, Executive Director of the Raclin Murphy Museum of Art, reflects on Giovanni Martinelli’s Memento Mori: Death Comes to the Table for Ash Wednesday....

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