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Dec 3

Tuesday Dec 3, 2019

Mexico Working Group: Testimonio: How Do Militant Guerrilleros from the 1970s Narrate Their Histories Today?

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Location: Jenkins Nanovic Halls B079

For questions regarding the Mexico Working Group and for the pre-circulated paper, contact jpensado@nd.edu.

The Mexico Working Group Graduate Student Lecture Series. Aleida García Alguirre is a Fulbright Research Scholar from the Center for Research and Advanced Studies of National Polytechnic Institute, Mexico.…

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Dec 5

Thursday Dec 5, 2019

The Stopping Power of Norms: Saturation Bombing, Civilian Community, and US Public Opinion Toward the Laws of War

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Location: 1030 Jenkins Nanovic

Her teaching and research interests include the politics of war law, transnational advocacy networks, protection of civilians, humanitarian disarmament, and the role of popular culture in global human security policy. She has a particular interest...

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Dec 5

Thursday Dec 5, 2019

Debate on Immigration and Citizenship: Do We Have a Right to Build the Border Wall?

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Location: 101 DeBartolo Hall

Nd Debate On Immigration And Citizenship Poster

Join us for a debate between two world-renowned experts on the ethics of immigration and citizenship, Dr. Jason Brennan (Georgetown) and Dr. Christopher Heath Wellman (Wash. U), on Thursday, December 5th from 5PM until 7PM in DeBartolo 101. The debate will be moderated by Dr. Graham Clay (Notre Dame). It will concern what United States immigration policy should be, whether nation-states have the right to exclude migrants, and what it is to be a citizen of a nation-state.

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