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Apr 19

Tuesday Apr 19, 2022

Madman Theory: The Causes and Effects of Reputations for Madness in International Politics

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Location: 1030 Jenkins Nanovic Halls

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Roseanne W. McManus is an Associate Professor in the Political Science Department at the Pennsylvania State University. Her research focuses on signaling and coercion in an international security context. She received her B.A. from the University of Maryland and her M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Before pursuing an academic career, she was a Senior Analyst at the Defense Intelligence Agency. She is the author of 12 articles in peer-reviewed journals and the book Statements of Resolve: Achieving Coercive Credibility in International Conflict, published by Cambridge University Press.…

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Apr 20

Wednesday Apr 20, 2022

Susanne Wengle on "Black Earth, White Bread: A Techno-Political History of Russian Agriculture and Food"

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Location: 1050 Jenkins Nanovic Halls

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About the Lecture

Like all facets of daily life, the food that Russian farms produced and citizens ate—or, in some years, didn’t eat—underwent radical shifts in the century between the Bolshevik Revolution and Vladimir Putin’s presidency. The modernization of agriculture during this time is usually understood in terms of advances in farming methods. In this talk, Prof. Wengle will tell a far more complex story of the interactions between political projects, technological improvements, and cultural practices. She will also address how Russia’s war on Ukraine affects Eurasian grain production and what this might mean for food security across Eurasia and beyond. …

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Apr 21

Thursday Apr 21, 2022

The Process, Promise, and Perils of Making A New Constitution for Chile

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Location: Hesburgh Center for International Studies, Auditorium

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Chile is currently engaged in the process of drafting an entirely new constitution, through a distinctive process that has generated a great deal of attention and controversy. The new constitutional text will be considered in a referendum this coming summer. This panel of Kellogg-affiliated scholars will discuss the historical, political, and juridical context, content, and implications of the Chilean constitutional revision, from both national and international perspectives.…

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Apr 22

Friday Apr 22, 2022

"Will Americans Vote for Atheists?

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Location: 1050 Jenkins and Nanovic Halls

Dave Campbell, Geoff Layman, and Wayde Marsh

Join us for lunch and a talk as our own Dave Campbell, Geoff Layman, and Wayde Marsh present "Will Americans Vote for Atheists?"

About the speakers: David Campbell is the Packey J. Dee Professor of American Democracy at the University of Notre Dame and the former chairperson of the political science department. His research focuses on civic and political engagement, with a particular focus on religion (and secularism) and young people. …

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Apr 22

Friday Apr 22, 2022

Nanovic Forum: ‟A Conversation with Anne Applebaum: The War in Ukraine, Russia, and the Twilight of Democracy”

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Location: Jordan Auditorium

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Pulitzer Prize winning historian, journalist and commentator on geo-politics, Anne Applebaum examines the challenges and opportunities of global political and economic change through the lenses of world history and the contemporary political landscape. Informed by her expertise in Europe and her years of international reporting, Applebaum shares perspectives on, and the far-reaching implications of, today’s volatile world events. In July 2020, Penguin published Anne’s book Twilight of Democracy: The Seductive Lure of Authoritarianism.  Anne was later named one of “The Top 50 Thinkers of the Covid-19 Age” by Prospect magazine. She is a Senior Fellow of International Affairs and Agora Fellow in Residence at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies in Washington, DC. For many years, Applebaum wrote a biweekly foreign affairs column for The Washington Post which is syndicated internationally. She is now a staff writer at The Atlantic.

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Apr 24

Sunday Apr 24, 2022

Admitted Student Days

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Location: Joyce Center, Purcell Pavillion

This on-campus event offers newly admitted students the opportunity to meet and hear from University leadership, faculty, current students, and other members of the Notre Dame community. The Office of Undergraduate Enrollment is happy to welcome the ND Class of 2026 to campus for this two day event, April 24-25.…

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Apr 25

Monday Apr 25, 2022

Admitted Student Days

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Location: Duncan Student Center, Dahnke Ballroom 7th Floor

This on-campus event offers newly admitted students the opportunity to meet and hear from University leadership, faculty, current students, and other members of the Notre Dame community. The Office of Undergraduate Enrollment is happy to welcome the ND Class of 2026 to campus for this two day event, April 24-25.…

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Apr 26

Tuesday Apr 26, 2022

Climate Wars

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Location: 1050 Jenkins Nanovic Halls

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Neta C. Crawford is a professor of Political Science and currently chairs the department of political science. Her teaching focuses on international relations theory, international ethics, and normative change.  Crawford received the Distinguished Scholar award from the International Ethics section of the International Studies Association in 2018.

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Apr 27

Wednesday Apr 27, 2022

Gallery of European Studies

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Location: On the Quad, East Side

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Join us on the quad east of Jenkins Nanovic Halls as we celebrate works, projects, and publications by Nanovic Faculty Fellows from the prior year at an outdoor strolling exhibit, with yard signs showcasing the accomplishments.

On Wednesday, April 27, we will hold a simple reception outside, 2 - 4 pm, to welcome contributing fellows, their faculty colleagues, staff, and students to view the works.

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Apr 28

Thursday Apr 28, 2022

Beyond the West: Nationalism, Religious Literacy, and the War in Ukraine

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Location: C103, Hesburgh Center for International Studies

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Featuring John Rees, Professor of Politics and International Relations, The University of Notre Dame Australia

This lecture will explore how the lead-up to war in Ukraine tragically exposed liberal blind spots toward nationalism and religion, and why unlearning these habits will aid in the struggle for peace. …

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Apr 28

Thursday Apr 28, 2022

A Conversation with Condoleezza Rice, Former U.S. Secretary of State

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Location: Jordan Auditorium, Mendoza College of Business, and live-streamed

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This conversation is hosted by University President Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., and features the 66th U.S. Secretary of State and Notre Dame alumna discussing the Russian invasion of Ukraine, women’s leadership, the 50th anniversary of women undergraduates at Notre Dame and collegiate athletics.…

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May 4

Wednesday May 4, 2022

Panel Discussion: "Faith and Freedom: A Lithuanian Perspective"

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Location: Online

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This event will take place from 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. (EDT) / 7:00 -8:00 p.m. (EEST)

The Chronicle of the Catholic Church in Lithuania, first published in March 1972, was the longest-running and best-known underground periodical in the former Soviet Union. For 17 years, Catholic priests and nuns published The Chronicle

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