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Health and Society

The Social Side of Health: How reducing inequality can improve health outcomes for Americans

In 1961, twenty-year-old Peter Sterling left Cornell University to join the Freedom Rides in Jackson, Mississippi where he was arrested and jailed. That experience shaped his...

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Religion and Philosophy

Flash Panel: Lessons from India’s Religious Freedom Protests

In January 2022, six Muslim students protested against authorities at a district college in Karnataka, a state in southern India, after being denied their right to wear...

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Religion and Philosophy

Mirza Family Chair Inaugural Symposium: “On the Muslim Question”

1030 Jenkins Nanovic I Zoom This event is part of the Mirza Family Chair Inaugural Lecture and Symposium. Muslims in both Europe and North America have been figured by both...

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Religion and Philosophy

Mirza Family Chair Inaugural Symposium: “The Study of Religion: Anthropology and the Theological Moment”

This event is part of the Mirza Family Chair Inaugural Lecture and Symposium. With the increased impact of anthropology in the past decades, the place of theology has received...

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The Future of the Crises in Mali: Imagining the Ways Forward

Mali has been embroiled in a governance and security crisis for more than a decade. Despite more than 16,000 international troops, Mali continues to grapple with increasing...

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Religion and Philosophy

Mirza Family Chair Inaugural Lecture: “Debating Progress and History in Islamic Thought”

Eck Visitor’s Center Auditorium I Zoom This lecture by Ebrahim Moosa, Mirza Family Professor of Islamic Thought and Muslim Societies, will seek to demonstrate that the critique...

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Global Affairs

Civil Resistance in Ukraine and the Region

How does civil resistance work and what can it achieve? This panel shares how civilians are using strategic civil resistance to diminish the power and impact of the Russian...

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Toward a Sustainable Future : “Bringing ourselves to our work: work as creative practice”

For the next event in Notre Dame London’s Toward a Sustainable Future Series, Ellie Cosgrave, Director of CIC and Research at Publica, will explore what happens when we risk...

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Global Affairs

The War in Ukraine: A Global Perspective

As the war in Ukraine continues following Russia’s February 24 invasion of the country, join us for a conversation with panelists who will examine the current conflict through a...

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Art and History

Liquid States: A Closer Look at Sustainability and Sacred Water

Transitions toward a more sustainable future is a key theme at the University of Notre Dame for the academic year 2021/22. Lisa Caulfield (Director of the Global Centre at...

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Science and Technology

Life in Pixels series with Seb Franklin & Jon Beller

Life in Pixels hosts an ongoing series of transdisciplinary conversations thinking about how we can make sense of, and live with, our computational social condition today....

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Light Water Capitalism: Nonproliferation and U.S. Global Power

Jayita Sarkar is an Assistant Professor at Boston University Pardee School of Global Studies, where she teaches diplomatic and political history. Her research has been published...

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