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Mar 24

Friday Mar 24, 2017

"Counting Women's Ballots" Book Launch: Time and Location Update

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Location: 200 Riley Hall

Please join us to celebrate the launch of "Counting Women's Ballots," by J. Kevin Corder and our own Christina Wolbrecht. The presenters are Richard M. Valelly, Claud C. Smith '14 Professor, Swarthmore College, and David Campbell, Packey J. Dee Professor of American Democracy, University of Notre Dame.…

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May 21

Sunday May 21, 2017

Arts and Letters Diploma Ceremony

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Location: Purcell Pavilion at the Joyce Center

Arts and Letters students and their families are invited to attend the College of Arts and Letters 2017 Diploma Ceremony.

The conferral of degrees will take place during the Notre Dame Commencement exercises Sunday morning, but students will receive their diplomas during the Arts and Letters Diploma Ceremony.…

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Aug 18

Friday Aug 18, 2017

Welcome Weekend

Location: McKenna Hall

Orientation weekend is held each fall to introduce parents and students to campus life and to help them become more familiar with the University of Notre Dame. Among the planned activities across campus are:

  • official welcome
  • academic exploration sessions
  • orientation with dorm rectors
  • student services open houses

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Aug 19

Saturday Aug 19, 2017

Welcome Weekend

Location: McKenna Hall

Orientation weekend is held each fall to introduce parents and students to campus life and to help them become more familiar with the University of Notre Dame. Among the planned activities across campus are:

  • official welcome
  • academic exploration sessions
  • orientation with dorm rectors
  • student services open houses

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Aug 20

Sunday Aug 20, 2017

Welcome Weekend

Location: McKenna Hall

Orientation weekend is held each fall to introduce parents and students to campus life and to help them become more familiar with the University of Notre Dame. Among the planned activities across campus are:

  • official welcome
  • academic exploration sessions
  • orientation with dorm rectors
  • student services open houses

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Aug 26

Saturday Aug 26, 2017

Notre Dame Trail

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Location: Howard Park, South Bend, IN

In the tradition of Fr. Sorin’s inspirational journey and intrepid spirit – our Notre Dame spirit – we invite you to join us on a personal pilgrimage. Experience the history of the C.S.C. and live the mission of Notre Dame as you journey together with fellow pilgrims. …

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Oct 24

Tuesday Oct 24, 2017

Public Book Signing - Eileen Hunt Botting

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Location: Hammes Bookstore

Public Book Signing - Eileen Hunt Botting, Professor of Political Science

Mary Shelley and the Rights of the Child: Political Philosophy in Frankenstein

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From her youth, Mary Shelley immersed herself in the social contract tradition, particularly the educational and political theories of John Locke and Jean-Jacques Rousseau, as well as the radical philosophies of her parents, the feminist Mary Wollstonecraft and the anarchist William Godwin. Against this background, Shelley wrote Frankenstein; or, the Modern Prometheus

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Oct 24

Tuesday Oct 24, 2017

Pizza, Pop, & Politics: "Godless Politics: The Political Causes and Consequences of America's Secular Turn"

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Location: Geddes Hall Coffee House

Pizza Pop Politics 10

 

 

Join the Center for Social Concerns for a discussion with Prof. Geoff Layman and Prof. David Campbell, Department of Political Science. The last three decades have witnessed a rapid growth in non-religion and secularism in the United States. In their ongoing research, Professors Campbell and Layman focus on the political causes and consequences of this secular turn. Has politics helped to drive some Americans away from religion? And, what are the consequences of growing secularism for American political life?

All are welcome.


Originally published at al.nd.edu.

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Oct 26

Thursday Oct 26, 2017

The Benedict Option

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Location: Forum at Jenkins and Nanovic Halls

Rod Dreher, author of The Benedict Option, will be presenting thoughts from the book on Thursday evening, October 26.

Event is free and open to the public.  Please join us at the Forum at 7pm.  Book signing to follow.

Dreher Benedict Option 10

 

 

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Nov 7

Tuesday Nov 7, 2017

Seminar Series: Stacie Goddard - The Rise of the Cult of Precision

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Location: 1030 Jenkins Nanovic Halls

           

Please join the Notre Dame International Security Center as we welcome Dr. Stacie Goddard to discuss, "The Rise of the Cult of Precision: The Politics of Air Power, 1920-1945."

 

Date: Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Time: 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Where: 1030 Jenkins Nanovic Halls

 

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Nov 10

Friday Nov 10, 2017

BOOK LAUNCH: "Perseverance in the Parish?: Religious Attitudes from a Black Catholic Perspective"

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Location: 1030 Jenkins Nanovic Halls

Davis Tabloid

Join the Rooney Center in presenting Professor Darren Davis' book, Perseverance in the Parish?: Religious Attitudes from a Black Catholic Perspective. Commentators will include Eric McDaniel and Geoffrey Layman.

About the book:

African American Catholics, though small in number and historically the targets of racial intolerance, are now the backbone of the church. The vast majority of African American Catholics do not perceive racial marginalization and intolerance in the church. African American Catholics are among the strongest religious identifiers in the church, while whites show a more fragile Catholic identity. The Catholic church may have finally overcome its racist past for the vast majority of African American Catholics, but serious concerns remain for white Catholics. Based on data from a national religion survey, this book explores religious attitudes from an African American Catholic perspective.…

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Nov 10

Friday Nov 10, 2017

The Everyday Crusade: American Religious Exceptionalism and Defining American Citizenship

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Location: B062 Jenkins Nanovic Halls

Eric Tabloid

Join the Rooney Center in welcoming Eric McDaniel, Associate Professor of Government at University of Texas at Austin.

Professor McDaniel specializes in American politics. His research areas include religion and politics, Black politics, and organizational behavior. His work targets how and why Black religious institutions choose to become involved in political matters. In addition, his work targets the role of religious institutions in shaping Black political behavior.…

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