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The Ellsworth Outrage, 1854: Or How 19th Century Jesuits Built a Global Catholicism

How did modern Catholicism become global? This talk uses a violent attack on a Swiss Jesuit in a Maine small town to tell a story about globalization in the world’s largest,...

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Film Festivus for the Rest of Us

This month, Ted and Ricky catch up on festivals they attended, Ted having recently returned from Munich International Film Festival and Ricky having not yet caught up on his time...

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2017 Michiana Jewish Film Festival

The 7th Annual Michiana Jewish Film Festival is coming to the Browning Cinema May 15–18. Dr. Ilene Sheffer, Vice Chancellor Emerita at Indiana University South Bend and...

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Worth a Watch – Top Films at the Berlin Film Festival

Ricky and Ted run through the Browning Cinema’s March lineup, which includes films from Iran (The Salesman), Germany (Toni Erdmann), Ireland (Sing Street), and India (The Apu...

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Peace, Love, and the Oscars

Ted Barron and Ricky Herbst discuss what’s happening in film, both at the Browning Cinema and in the industry. The former involves the ScreenPeace Film Festival, a collaboration...

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Health and Society

2017 MLK Celebration Luncheon – Walking the Walk: Saying Yes

University President Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C.  and the President’s Oversight Committee on Diversity and Inclusion recommended in Fall 2015 that we take time as a community...

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Establishing Shot Podcast is Back!

A lot has happened since our May 2016 episode. After host Ted Barron became the DPAC’s Executive Director, the search began for a new cinema curator. Now, our new Cinema Program...

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St. Elizabeth of Hungary: Wife, Mother, Queen, Champion of Mercy

Fr. Terry Ehrman, CSC, Assistant Director, Center for Theology, Science and Human Flourishing, speaks on the life of St. Elizabeth in the final lecture of the Saturdays with the...

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Ever Ancient, Ever New

Colloquium presented at the Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture’s 17th Annual Fall Conference, “You Are Beauty: Exploring the Catholic Imagination.” The speakers are...

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Wallace Stevens, Beauty, and the Catholic Imagination

Closing keynote address of the 17th Annual Fall Conference, Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture. Mary Ann Glendon is the Learned Hand Professor of Law at the Harvard Law...

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Visions of Lewis and Tolkien

Colloquium presented at the Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture’s 17th Annual Fall Conference, “You Are Beauty: Exploring the Catholic Imagination.” The speakers are...

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Beauty’s Sacred Itinerary

Colloquium presented at the Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture’s 17th Annual Fall Conference, “You Are Beauty: Exploring the Catholic Imagination.” This colloquium...

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