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Co-Directors and Producers Chuck Konzelman and Cary Solomon on Their New Film Unplanned

Chuck Konzelman and Cary Solomon have collaborated on more than fifteen films and TV projects as screenwriters, producers, and directors since moving to Hollywood in the 1990s. We...

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On Publishing and the Love of Books

This is the second of two episodes we recorded while in Brooklyn for On Air Fest 2019. And here, we ventured beyond the festival to meet up with literary agent Jessica Sinsheimer,...

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Global Affairs

Venezuelan Politics and Irish Dance

As the situation deteriorates in Venezuela, we chat with Latin American expert Michael Coppedge of the Keough School of Global Affairs, who explains how we got here, and what to...

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History Professor Fr. Bill Miscamble, C.S.C. on Father Hesburgh and His Legacy

Father Wilson Miscamble, C.S.C. is a professor of history at Notre Dame. He is a longtime friend of the de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture, speaking at several of our Fall...

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Top 3, Part 2: The Chatting with Dr. Paulette Curtis

Establishing Shot is happy to present Top 3, Part 2: The Chatting with Dr. Paulette Curtis. The title isn’t lying either as Ted and Ricky are again joined by Dr. Paulette Curtis...

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The Surprise-Packed Cosmic Funhouse

The world is a magical place. I believe this to be true, although many would quarrel with the meaning of “magical.” It is surely a realm possessed of wonders. Many of these...

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On Science Podcasting and What Didn’t Happen to the Dinosaurs

With apologies to Jack Kerouac, this is the first of two “on the road” episodes we recorded in Brooklyn, New York, while attending On Air Fest 2019. It features two of our...

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Hesburgh: The Documentary

A few things indicated that the world premiere for the documentary film Hesburgh might be different, but nothing had prepared director Patrick Creadon ’89 for what he...

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Le Jongleur de Notre Dame

The year 1939 had been rude to Richard Sullivan. A sweet-tempered and longsuffering professor of English and creative writing at Notre Dame, Sullivan ’30 maintained an active...

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Mob Bombs Rockne Plane

Knute Rockne needed a plane ticket to fly to Los Angeles. Since leading his Fighting Irish to their third undefeated and untied national championship season in his 13 years as...

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Duncan Stroik on Designing Sacred Architecture

We chat with professor Duncan G. Stroik of the Notre Dame School of Architecture. Duncan’s area of focus is Sacred Architecture, and he both teaches and practices in the field....

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Religion and Philosophy

On Heroes and Humanity’s Greatest Invention

The author of some two dozen novels under both his own name and an alliterative pseudonym, John Banville is best known for his book The Sea, which won the 2005 Man Booker Prize....

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