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Oct 3

Monday Oct 3, 2022

Lecture: Judge Neomi Rao

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Location: Notre Dame Eck Hall of Law,, McCartan Courtroom

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October 3 | 12:30 pm | Notre Dame Law School - Eck Hall of Law, McCartan Courtroom

Judge Neomi Rao is an American jurist and legal scholar who has served as a federal appellate judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit since March 2019. She graduated from Yale College in 1995 and the University of Chicago Law School in 1999. Following graduation, she served as a law clerk to Judge J. Harvie Wilkinson III of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit and, in the 2001 October Term, as law clerk to Justice Clarence Thomas of the U.S. Supreme Court. …

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Oct 4

Tuesday Oct 4, 2022

The 2022 Brazilian Elections: What Happened, What's Next?

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Location: Hesburgh Center Room C103

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On October 2, Brazilian citizens head to the polls in one of the most anticipated elections in Latin America this year: the presidential race between former president Luís Inácio Lula da Silva and incumbent Jair Bolsonaro. Whatever the outcome, our panel of experts will discuss the important takeaways from this first round and the implications not only for Brazil, but for the rest of the world – and democracy itself. …

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Oct 4

Tuesday Oct 4, 2022

"War in Ukraine, Peace in Europe? Geopolitics, Economics, and Security after Russia's Invasion": The Nanovic Forum with Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović

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Location: Hesburgh Center Auditorium

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The Nanovic Institute for European Studies in the Keough School of Global Affairs will host Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović, the youngest president of Croatia as well as the first woman to be elected to the office, at the Nanovic Forum on Tuesday, October 4, 2022, at 5:00 p.m. at the University of Notre Dame.…

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Oct 7

Friday Oct 7, 2022

Hyping the Hypothetical: The Conversational Machinery of Legal Argumentation at the U.S. Supreme Court

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Location: B101 Jenkins and Nanovic Halls

Join us for lunch and a talk in-person in B101 Jenkins and Nanovic Halls. David Gibson (Notre Dame, Sociology) will be giving a talk titled "Hyping the Hypothetical: The Conversational Machinery of Legal Argumentation at the U.S. Supreme Court."

Originally published at rooneycenter.nd.edu

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Oct 10

Monday Oct 10, 2022

Flash Panel: “Glasnost and Gorbachev in 2022: The Old Cold War and Its End?”

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Location: Online

The passing of Mikhail Gorbachev has revived memories of glasnost, perestroika, and the hopes for one free world that were raised by his turn toward openness and reform. Moving scenes of the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 — a literal cutting of the Iron Curtain — were followed by a phase of enthusiasm for democracy and a smaller world. The end of the Cold War was celebrated in many countries. …

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Oct 10

Monday Oct 10, 2022

The Uyghur Genocide & Threats to Religious Liberty: A Conversation with Commissioner Nury Turkel

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Location: McCartan Courtroom, Eck Hall of Law

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Join us for a conversation with Commissioner Nury Turkel, a human rights advocate for Uyghur people, the first U.S.-educated Uyghur-American lawyer, and author of No Escape: The True Story of China's Genocide of the Uyghurs. This event will feature discussion on the

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Oct 14

Friday Oct 14, 2022

Congresswoman Liz Cheney "Saving Democracy by Revering the Constitution"

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Location: Washington Hall and Livestreamed

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October 14 | 2:30pm | Washington Hall and Livestreamed

UPDATE:

*No Backpacks/Bookbags will be permitted in Washington Hall*

All tickets have been distributed. Any unclaimed tickets will be made available to Notre Dame community members with a staff/student/faculty ID immediately prior to the lecture at Washington Hall.

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Oct 21

Friday Oct 21, 2022

MVP Fridays | Farah Stockman: What happens to people when work disappears?

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Location: Stinson-Remick Hall of Engineering Atrium

Join the Center for Social Concerns for Friday afternoons on home football weekends for lectures by national leaders, journalists, and writers on questions of meaning, values, and purpose. Each lecture will be followed by a reception.

What happens to people when work disappears? …

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Oct 25

Tuesday Oct 25, 2022

'Completing Partition: Lahore and the aftermath of the Babri Mosque demolition' lecture by Yaqoob Bangash '04

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Location: 1050 Jenkins Nanovic Halls

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Notre Dame alumnus Yaqoob Bangash '04 a Fulbright fellow at the Mittal Institute at Harvard University, will discuss his research on the emergence of Pakistan as a post-colonial state. 

His lecture is sponsored by the Liu Institute's South Asia Group.

SPEAKER BIO:…

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Oct 25

Tuesday Oct 25, 2022

Indigenous Language Politics in the Schoolroom: Cultural Survival in Mexico and the United States

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Location: Hesburgh Center Room C103

Mneesha Gellman
Associate Professor of Political Science, Emerson College
Director, Emerson Prison Initiative

In this talk, Mneesha Gellman will give an overview of her new book, Indigenous Language Politics in the Schoolroom: Cultural Survival in Mexico and the United States

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Oct 25

Tuesday Oct 25, 2022

Book Launch: Who Are My People?

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Location: C103, Hesburgh Center for International Studies

Join the Kroc Institute for a book launch of Professor Emmanuel Katongole's latest book, Who Are My People?: Love, Violence, and Christianity in Sub-Saharan Africa (Notre Dame Press, 2022).

In Who Are My People?, Fr. Emmanuel Katongole explores the ethnic, religious, and ecological violence of African modernity and shares the inspiring stories of Christian individuals who have overcome these fault lines by nurturing new forms of community. This event will feature a panel conversation on modern violence and the kind of prophetic visions that can lead us towards positive peace and integral ecology.…

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Oct 25

Tuesday Oct 25, 2022

China's Search for Coercive Leverage: Space Weapons, Cyber Attacks, and Precision Missiles in the Information Age

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Location: 1030 Jenkins Nanovic Halls

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Fiona Cunningham is Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Pennsylvania. Her research interests lie the intersection of technology and conflict, with an empirical focus on China.

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Oct 31

Monday Oct 31, 2022

Lecture: Thomas Pink (Kings College London)

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Location: 1030 Jenkins Nanovic Hall

Event details will be updated as the event nears. 

Professor Thomas Pink is a professor of philosophy at King’s College London. He read history and philosophy at Cambridge, where he also received his PhD. After working in London and New York for a merchant bank, he returned to philosophy in 1990 as a Research Fellow of Churchill College, Cambridge. He then lectured at Sheffield University prior to moving to King's College in 1996. Professor Pink’s main interests are in ethics, philosophy of mind and action, philosophy of law and in medieval and early modern philosophy.…

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