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Religion and Philosophy

Blessed Oscar Romero: Bearing Witness to the Good News of Jesus

Margie Pfeil, Associate Professional Specialist, Moral Theology & Christian Ethics, University of Notre Dame speaks on Blessed Oscar Romero, as part of the 2015 Saturdays with the...

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Religion and Philosophy

Thomas Merton: The Contemplative as Activist

Lawrence S. Cunningham, O’Brien Chair of Theology Emeritus, speaks on Thomas Merton as part of the 2015 Saturdays with the Saints lecture series.

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Religion and Philosophy

Catherine of Siena as Woman of the Word: “It is Silence that Kills the World”

M. Catherine Hilkert, O.P. professor of Theology at the University of Notre Dame, speaks on Catherine of Siena as part of the sixth season of the Saturdays with the Saints lecture...

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Religion and Philosophy

Thomas More: Saint in a Time of Political and Cultural Crisis

Cyril O’Regan, Catherine Huisking Professor of Theology at the University of Notre Dame. The first lecture in the 2015 Saturdays with the Saints lecture series, featuring...

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Notre Dame Forum

The Church and Islam: 50 Years after Nostra Aetate

Archbishop Michael L. Fitzgerald focuses on “Nostra Aetate,” the Council’s pivotal declaration on non-Christian religions, and the influence it has had on relations between...

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Notre Dame Forum

The Once and Future Liberal Arts

Richard Brodhead, president of Duke University, explored “The Once and Future Liberal Arts” in a talk as part of the 2014-15 Notre Dame Forum on November 4 in the Hesburgh...

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Art and History

The Power of My Pen to Describe: Ten American Diaries, 1750-1900

The Power of my Pen to Describe is a digital exhibit highlighting ten unpublished American manuscript diaries from the holdings in Rare Books and Special Collections, Hesburgh...

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Health and Society

Fighting to Design a Better Home

When Hurricanes Katrina and Sandy ripped through the coastal communities of the United States, they left over 1.5 million homes in ruins. Collapsed roofs lined the streets. Walls...

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Art and History

From St Petersburg to Notre Dame

This is a digital version of the exhibit that was held at the Department of Rare Books and Special Collection, University of Notre Dame Libraries during Fall 2012. The Russian...

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Art and History

Power and Politics in the 19th Century River Plate

Rare Books and Special Collections collects journals, and books of exceptional importance from Argentina, Chile, Paraguay, and Uruguay. Labeled the Southern Cone for its...

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Art and History

Selections from the Library of José Durand

One of the earliest research projects undertaken by Professor José Durand (1925-1990) was a study of the library possessed by the first native-born historian of the Spanish...

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Art and History

Historic Urban Environments Lab

The Historic Urban Environments Lab (HUE) at Notre Dame is a new interdisciplinary team of architects, computer scientists, librarians, programmers, anthropologists and GIS...

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