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Merging Urban Planning and Architecture in Theory, Teaching, and Practice

The inseparable relation of urban design and architecture is the one focus of Markus Tubbesings Chair at the University of Potsdam. He will present and discuss his latest...

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The 2022 Laura Shannon Prize with Pamela Cheek: “The Literary ‘Me Too’ of the 18th Century: Women’s Writing and the Capital of Virtue”

How did eighteenth-century Western European literature explore and exploit sexual assault? And what happened when women wrote about it? This talk examines the literary innovation...

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Historic Preservation: The Overlooked Climate Imperative

Join us and Carl Elefante as he presents the Michael Christopher Duda Center Lecture. His talk will focus on viewing the global climate challenges through the lenses of...

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Along the Silk Road: Interdisciplinary archaeology research at the Medieval City of Samshvilde, South Caucasus, Republic of Georgia

The Medieval Institute and the Department of Anthropology are pleased to present a lecture by David Berikashvili, Professor in the Department of Archeology, Anthropology and Art...

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Art and History

Virtual Slow Look

Join us on Zoom for a slow look at Georges Rouault’s Death Took Him as He Rose from His Bed of Nettles [La mort l’a pris comme il sortait du lit d’orties]. We’ll use tools...

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Urban Design and New Traditional Building Technologies

As part of the Nortman Lecture Series and the Urbanism and Architecture: A New German Synthesis Series, Berlin architect Thomas Albrecht joins us to talk about traditional...

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Italian Research Seminar: Jessica L. Harris (St. John’s University): ‘Permettereste a vostro figlio di sposare Lola?’: Latent Fascism, American Culture, and Blackness in Postwar Italy

The end of the Second World War marked a new beginning for Italy as the country sought to transition from Fascism to a modern, industrialized Republic, distancing itself from the...

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Crossing Waters, A Book Discussion with author Marisel Moreno

Public event with Associate Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures Marisel Moreno on her latest publication titled Crossing Waters: Undocumented Migration in Hispanophone...

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Notre Dame Forum

The Suppliants Project: Ukraine

Join us for a powerful theatrical experience that invites you into a global discussion about war in Ukraine and in many other parts of our world.

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Notre-Dame de Paris: Architecting a Legacy

As part of the Fall Lecture Series, the School of Architecture is hosting architects Philippe Villeneuve and Rémi Fromont, who are leading the reconstruction of the Cathedral of...

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Afro-Latinx Poetry Now Conference

The Institute for Latino Studies’ Letras Latinas and the Initiative on Race and Resilience present Afro-Latinx Poetry Now, a conference with six in-person sessions over two...

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Career Development

Success Stories of Hispanic Alumni of Notre Dame

As part of the 2022 Hispanic Heritage Month series of events at the Institute for Latino Studies, members of the Hispanic Alumni of Notre Dame will discuss their personal and...

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