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The Institute for Latino Studies

Since its creation in 1999, the Institute for Latino Studies (ILS) has played a vital role in fostering understanding of the U.S. Latino experience. Building upon the history of...

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An Era of Change?  Or, a Change of Era?: A Conversation with Provost John T. McGreevy

Between completing his tenure as the I.A. O’Shaughnessy Dean of the College of Arts and Letters and his appointment as the Charles and Jill Fischer Provost, John T. McGreevy...

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Writing the Queer Life of Gabriela Mistral / Escribiendo la vida queer de Gabriela Mistral

This session will explore how the intersection of the national with gender and racial aspects of “lo queer” – evidenced in letters, poems, and periodicals – enabled...

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Global Affairs

Trans Sans Frontières: Transtopia, the Asia Pacific, and the Politics of Historical Difference

Wednesday, 09/07/2022, at 4:00 p.m. ET – The concept of transtopia, which posits a continuum model of transness, activates a space of historical inquiry that exceeds both the...

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Notre Dame Initiative on Race and Resilience

Our mission is to challenge systemic racism and to advance racial equality through research, education, and community empowerment. Led by Notre Dame’s College of Arts and...

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The Annual Breandán Ó Buachalla Memorial Lecture: Clíona Ní Ríordáin on “Contemporary Irish Writing: The Ecolinguistic Turn”

Professor Ní Ríordáin will look at the way in which the Irish language has been central to a number of recent books within contemporary English language literature in Ireland....

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Medieval Institute Research Blog

The Medieval Studies Research Blog is a multi-author blog sponsored by the Medieval Institute. Our posts come from current and former members as well as friends of Notre Dame’s...

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New Light in Old Darkness

Why the Middle Ages matter more than ever Imagine traveling to the vibrant port city of Alexandria, Egypt, in the year 1000. Perhaps you are a Muslim legal scholar making the...

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Virtual Slow Look

Join us on Zoom for a break from the summer heat and a slow look at Reginald Marsh’s Frozen Custard. We’ll use tools of mindfulness meditation as a way to approach and...

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Twelfth Triennial Conference on the History of Women Religious To Be Hosted at Notre Dame from June 26–29 with Theme “Diversity and Dignity Across Time and Place”

The Conference on the History of Women Religious (CHWR) was established in 1988 both to assist historians in discovering and preserving the historical record of vowed women and to...

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Art and History

Virtual Slow Look

Join us on Zoom for a slow look at Walter Ufer’s The Battery. We’ll use tools of mindfulness meditation as a way to approach and understand the painting through a guided look....

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The Way of the Cross: A Passion Pilgrimage Through Song – Our Wicked Problems

Led by Grammy® Award winner Dr. J.J. Wright, this series introduces The Passion, a new artistic production combining Scripture with original poetry and set to original music....

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