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May 20

Friday May 20, 2022

Conference: Strangers and Neighbors: Hostility and Hospitality in Late Medieval/Early Modern European Contexts

Location: London Global Gateway

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Is the foreigner friend or foe? This interdisciplinary conference, with a special focus on literature, religion, theology, politics, and history, and their intersections, explores the reality of xenophobia and what role it played in medieval and early modern societies. This is more than a question of the “Other”; it is about examining the ambiguities of migration and cross-cultural exchange in daily life during a period of religious, political, and cultural upheaval within Europe and beyond.

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May 21

Saturday May 21, 2022

Conference: Strangers and Neighbors: Hostility and Hospitality in Late Medieval/Early Modern European Contexts

Location: London Global Gateway

Web 1200x Lossy Alexandre Gabriel Decamps The Good Samaritan 1980

Is the foreigner friend or foe? This interdisciplinary conference, with a special focus on literature, religion, theology, politics, and history, and their intersections, explores the reality of xenophobia and what role it played in medieval and early modern societies. This is more than a question of the “Other”; it is about examining the ambiguities of migration and cross-cultural exchange in daily life during a period of religious, political, and cultural upheaval within Europe and beyond.

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May 22

Sunday May 22, 2022

Conference: Strangers and Neighbors: Hostility and Hospitality in Late Medieval/Early Modern European Contexts

Location: London Global Gateway

Web 1200x Lossy Alexandre Gabriel Decamps The Good Samaritan 1980

Is the foreigner friend or foe? This interdisciplinary conference, with a special focus on literature, religion, theology, politics, and history, and their intersections, explores the reality of xenophobia and what role it played in medieval and early modern societies. This is more than a question of the “Other”; it is about examining the ambiguities of migration and cross-cultural exchange in daily life during a period of religious, political, and cultural upheaval within Europe and beyond.

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May 27

Friday May 27, 2022

Commencement Weekend (for 2020 graduates)

Location: campus-wide

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Congratulations Class of 2020! The University looks forward to celebrating undergraduate and graduate alumni from the Class of 2020 in person over Memorial Day Weekend 2022 (May 27-30). The weekend will feature unique Notre Dame experiences to honor your many accomplishments, provide opportunities to create memories with your classmates and loved ones, and recognize your resiliency during the coronavirus pandemic.

The weekend's schedule of events for 2020 graduates: https://uee.nd.edu/2020-commencement-celebration/weekend-activities/schedule-of-events/
 

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May 28

Saturday May 28, 2022

Commencement Weekend (for 2020 graduates)

Location: campus-wide

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Congratulations Class of 2020! The University looks forward to celebrating undergraduate and graduate alumni from the Class of 2020 in person over Memorial Day Weekend 2022 (May 27-30). The weekend will feature unique Notre Dame experiences to honor your many accomplishments, provide opportunities to create memories with your classmates and loved ones, and recognize your resiliency during the coronavirus pandemic.

The weekend's schedule of events for 2020 graduates: https://uee.nd.edu/2020-commencement-celebration/weekend-activities/schedule-of-events/
 

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May 29

Sunday May 29, 2022

Commencement Weekend (for 2020 graduates)

Location: campus-wide

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Congratulations Class of 2020! The University looks forward to celebrating undergraduate and graduate alumni from the Class of 2020 in person over Memorial Day Weekend 2022 (May 27-30). The weekend will feature unique Notre Dame experiences to honor your many accomplishments, provide opportunities to create memories with your classmates and loved ones, and recognize your resiliency during the coronavirus pandemic.

The weekend's schedule of events for 2020 graduates: https://uee.nd.edu/2020-commencement-celebration/weekend-activities/schedule-of-events/
 

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May 30

Monday May 30, 2022

Commencement Weekend (for 2020 graduates)

Location: campus-wide

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Congratulations Class of 2020! The University looks forward to celebrating undergraduate and graduate alumni from the Class of 2020 in person over Memorial Day Weekend 2022 (May 27-30). The weekend will feature unique Notre Dame experiences to honor your many accomplishments, provide opportunities to create memories with your classmates and loved ones, and recognize your resiliency during the coronavirus pandemic.

The weekend's schedule of events for 2020 graduates: https://uee.nd.edu/2020-commencement-celebration/weekend-activities/schedule-of-events/
 

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Jun 2

Thursday Jun 2, 2022

Alumni Reunion

Location: campus-wide

Irish Group Spelled Out In Stadium

Reunion 2022 is scheduled to return in full to Notre Dame’s campus from June 2 through June 5, 2022. This celebration will be the largest, welcoming back classes that end in 2s and 7s, the Classes of 1995, 1996, 2015, and 2016, Hispanic alumni, and all Notre Dame alumnae to mark 50 years of coeducation.…

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Jun 3

Friday Jun 3, 2022

Alumni Reunion

Location: campus-wide

Irish Group Spelled Out In Stadium

Reunion 2022 is scheduled to return in full to Notre Dame’s campus from June 2 through June 5, 2022. This celebration will be the largest, welcoming back classes that end in 2s and 7s, the Classes of 1995, 1996, 2015, and 2016, Hispanic alumni, and all Notre Dame alumnae to mark 50 years of coeducation.…

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Jun 4

Saturday Jun 4, 2022

Alumni Reunion

Location: campus-wide

Irish Group Spelled Out In Stadium

Reunion 2022 is scheduled to return in full to Notre Dame’s campus from June 2 through June 5, 2022. This celebration will be the largest, welcoming back classes that end in 2s and 7s, the Classes of 1995, 1996, 2015, and 2016, Hispanic alumni, and all Notre Dame alumnae to mark 50 years of coeducation.…

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Jun 4

Saturday Jun 4, 2022

Forum on Systemic Inclusion

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Location: Jordan Auditorium, Mendoza College of Business

A unique panel discussion of alumni from the 1960s to the present, sponsored by the Notre Dame Initiative on Race and Resilience and the 50-year alumni from the Class of ’72.

Open to all members of the campus community, including students, faculty, staff, alumni, and all reunion attendees.

Learn how Notre Dame can become a leader in continuing the transformation to a sustainable, systemically inclusive culture that benefits and supports all student populations. Your participation will help ND become a truly inclusive community and a beacon for others.…

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Jun 5

Sunday Jun 5, 2022

Alumni Reunion

Location: campus-wide

Irish Group Spelled Out In Stadium

Reunion 2022 is scheduled to return in full to Notre Dame’s campus from June 2 through June 5, 2022. This celebration will be the largest, welcoming back classes that end in 2s and 7s, the Classes of 1995, 1996, 2015, and 2016, Hispanic alumni, and all Notre Dame alumnae to mark 50 years of coeducation.…

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Jun 30

Thursday Jun 30, 2022

The Cross and the Swarm: A Theological Crash Course in Digital Geopolitics

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Location: Eck Visitors Center Auditorium

Join the Church Communications Ecology Program as they welcome James Poulos, Ph.D. and his presentation on, "The Cross and the Swarm: A Theological Crash Course in Digital Geopolitics."

James Poulos, Ph.D. creates and advises brands and enterprises at the intersection of technology, media, and design. He is Founder and Editorial Director of RETURN and Strategic Advisor at New Founding, and is Co-Founder and Editor of The American Mind at the Claremont Institute. James is the author of the Art of Being Free and, most recently, Human Forever: the Digital Politics of Spiritual War. His work has appeared in The Claremont Review of Books, Le Figaro, National Affairs, The New York Times, and The Washington Post, among many other publications. He holds a Ph.D. in government from Georgetown University and a B.A. in political science from Duke University, and is a fellow at the Center for the Study of Digital Life. He lives on the edge of Los Angeles.…

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Jul 10

Sunday Jul 10, 2022

Latino Studies Scholars & Líderes del Mañana Conference

Location: Bond Hall 315

      Latino Studies Scholars (ND) & Líderes del Mañana (ITESM)
                                Líderes en la “Nueva Normalidad”:
            Breaking Down Barriers in the US, Mexico, and Beyond
                                           (July 11-16, 2022)

 

The Latino Studies Scholars Program (LSSP) at Notre Dame is a merit-based leadership scholarship designed to attract and shape key leaders working to support and empower Latino communities. In the summers of 2018 and 2019, several Latino Studies Scholars were invited to attend the annual conference for the "Líderes del Mañana" Program at Tecnológico de Monterrey in Mexico.

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Jul 11

Monday Jul 11, 2022

Latino Studies Scholars & Líderes del Mañana Conference

Location: Bond Hall 315

      Latino Studies Scholars (ND) & Líderes del Mañana (ITESM)
                                Líderes en la “Nueva Normalidad”:
            Breaking Down Barriers in the US, Mexico, and Beyond
                                           (July 11-16, 2022)

 

The Latino Studies Scholars Program (LSSP) at Notre Dame is a merit-based leadership scholarship designed to attract and shape key leaders working to support and empower Latino communities. In the summers of 2018 and 2019, several Latino Studies Scholars were invited to attend the annual conference for the "Líderes del Mañana" Program at Tecnológico de Monterrey in Mexico.

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Jul 11

Monday Jul 11, 2022

Latina/o Studies Association Conference 2022

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Location: TBD

 
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Centering Blackness, Challenging Latinidad
Latina/o Studies Association Conference 2022
Hosted by Notre Dame's Institute for Latino Studies

University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, IN 46556

July 11, 2022 — July 14, 2022

Calls for racial justice, accountability, resistance, and representation, which have a long history in this hemisphere, have strongly reverberated across Afro-Latina/o/x communities, prompting us to confront the colonial legacy of enslavement and anti-Black racism prevalent in Latin America, the Caribbean, and the U.S. The racial justice protests that erupted across the United States after the murder of George Floyd in May 2020 re-energized the Black Lives Matter and similar movements worldwide, including in Latin America, in the fight against global anti-Blackness. The present moment links us to a long critical history of decolonial struggles, including the Black Latin American struggle, which dates back centuries. Systemic anti-Blackness can take many forms, from the disproportional impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Latina/o/x and Black communities to police brutality; from environmental racism to the crisis of climate refugees; from discrimination to colorism; and from invisibility to colonialism, among others.…

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Jul 12

Tuesday Jul 12, 2022

Latino Studies Scholars & Líderes del Mañana Conference

Location: Bond Hall 315

      Latino Studies Scholars (ND) & Líderes del Mañana (ITESM)
                                Líderes en la “Nueva Normalidad”:
            Breaking Down Barriers in the US, Mexico, and Beyond
                                           (July 11-16, 2022)

 

The Latino Studies Scholars Program (LSSP) at Notre Dame is a merit-based leadership scholarship designed to attract and shape key leaders working to support and empower Latino communities. In the summers of 2018 and 2019, several Latino Studies Scholars were invited to attend the annual conference for the "Líderes del Mañana" Program at Tecnológico de Monterrey in Mexico.

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Jul 12

Tuesday Jul 12, 2022

Latina/o Studies Association Conference 2022

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Location: TBD

 
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Centering Blackness, Challenging Latinidad
Latina/o Studies Association Conference 2022
Hosted by Notre Dame's Institute for Latino Studies

University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, IN 46556

July 11, 2022 — July 14, 2022

Calls for racial justice, accountability, resistance, and representation, which have a long history in this hemisphere, have strongly reverberated across Afro-Latina/o/x communities, prompting us to confront the colonial legacy of enslavement and anti-Black racism prevalent in Latin America, the Caribbean, and the U.S. The racial justice protests that erupted across the United States after the murder of George Floyd in May 2020 re-energized the Black Lives Matter and similar movements worldwide, including in Latin America, in the fight against global anti-Blackness. The present moment links us to a long critical history of decolonial struggles, including the Black Latin American struggle, which dates back centuries. Systemic anti-Blackness can take many forms, from the disproportional impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Latina/o/x and Black communities to police brutality; from environmental racism to the crisis of climate refugees; from discrimination to colorism; and from invisibility to colonialism, among others.…

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Jul 13

Wednesday Jul 13, 2022

Latino Studies Scholars & Líderes del Mañana Conference

Location: Bond Hall 315

      Latino Studies Scholars (ND) & Líderes del Mañana (ITESM)
                                Líderes en la “Nueva Normalidad”:
            Breaking Down Barriers in the US, Mexico, and Beyond
                                           (July 11-16, 2022)

 

The Latino Studies Scholars Program (LSSP) at Notre Dame is a merit-based leadership scholarship designed to attract and shape key leaders working to support and empower Latino communities. In the summers of 2018 and 2019, several Latino Studies Scholars were invited to attend the annual conference for the "Líderes del Mañana" Program at Tecnológico de Monterrey in Mexico.

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Jul 13

Wednesday Jul 13, 2022

Latina/o Studies Association Conference 2022

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Location: TBD

 
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Centering Blackness, Challenging Latinidad
Latina/o Studies Association Conference 2022
Hosted by Notre Dame's Institute for Latino Studies

University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, IN 46556

July 11, 2022 — July 14, 2022

Calls for racial justice, accountability, resistance, and representation, which have a long history in this hemisphere, have strongly reverberated across Afro-Latina/o/x communities, prompting us to confront the colonial legacy of enslavement and anti-Black racism prevalent in Latin America, the Caribbean, and the U.S. The racial justice protests that erupted across the United States after the murder of George Floyd in May 2020 re-energized the Black Lives Matter and similar movements worldwide, including in Latin America, in the fight against global anti-Blackness. The present moment links us to a long critical history of decolonial struggles, including the Black Latin American struggle, which dates back centuries. Systemic anti-Blackness can take many forms, from the disproportional impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Latina/o/x and Black communities to police brutality; from environmental racism to the crisis of climate refugees; from discrimination to colorism; and from invisibility to colonialism, among others.…

Read More about Latina/o Studies Association Conference 2022

Jul 14

Thursday Jul 14, 2022

Latino Studies Scholars & Líderes del Mañana Conference

Location: Bond Hall 315

      Latino Studies Scholars (ND) & Líderes del Mañana (ITESM)
                                Líderes en la “Nueva Normalidad”:
            Breaking Down Barriers in the US, Mexico, and Beyond
                                           (July 11-16, 2022)

 

The Latino Studies Scholars Program (LSSP) at Notre Dame is a merit-based leadership scholarship designed to attract and shape key leaders working to support and empower Latino communities. In the summers of 2018 and 2019, several Latino Studies Scholars were invited to attend the annual conference for the "Líderes del Mañana" Program at Tecnológico de Monterrey in Mexico.

Read More about Latino Studies Scholars & Líderes del Mañana Conference

Jul 14

Thursday Jul 14, 2022

Latina/o Studies Association Conference 2022

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Location: TBD

 
Lsa2022 1200x675

Centering Blackness, Challenging Latinidad
Latina/o Studies Association Conference 2022
Hosted by Notre Dame's Institute for Latino Studies

University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, IN 46556

July 11, 2022 — July 14, 2022

Calls for racial justice, accountability, resistance, and representation, which have a long history in this hemisphere, have strongly reverberated across Afro-Latina/o/x communities, prompting us to confront the colonial legacy of enslavement and anti-Black racism prevalent in Latin America, the Caribbean, and the U.S. The racial justice protests that erupted across the United States after the murder of George Floyd in May 2020 re-energized the Black Lives Matter and similar movements worldwide, including in Latin America, in the fight against global anti-Blackness. The present moment links us to a long critical history of decolonial struggles, including the Black Latin American struggle, which dates back centuries. Systemic anti-Blackness can take many forms, from the disproportional impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Latina/o/x and Black communities to police brutality; from environmental racism to the crisis of climate refugees; from discrimination to colorism; and from invisibility to colonialism, among others.…

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Jul 15

Friday Jul 15, 2022

2022 Summer Events for Undergraduate Researchers

Location: Varies Per Event

                        2022 Summer Events For Undergraduate Researchers

Click below to review a list of this summer's professional development and networking events sponsored by REU and Fellowship programs in the College of Engineering, College of Science, Notre Dame International, Notre Dame Research, and The Graduate School. …

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Jul 15

Friday Jul 15, 2022

Latino Studies Scholars & Líderes del Mañana Conference

Location: Bond Hall 315

      Latino Studies Scholars (ND) & Líderes del Mañana (ITESM)
                                Líderes en la “Nueva Normalidad”:
            Breaking Down Barriers in the US, Mexico, and Beyond
                                           (July 11-16, 2022)

 

The Latino Studies Scholars Program (LSSP) at Notre Dame is a merit-based leadership scholarship designed to attract and shape key leaders working to support and empower Latino communities. In the summers of 2018 and 2019, several Latino Studies Scholars were invited to attend the annual conference for the "Líderes del Mañana" Program at Tecnológico de Monterrey in Mexico.

Read More about Latino Studies Scholars & Líderes del Mañana Conference

Jul 16

Saturday Jul 16, 2022

Latino Studies Scholars & Líderes del Mañana Conference

Location: Bond Hall 315

      Latino Studies Scholars (ND) & Líderes del Mañana (ITESM)
                                Líderes en la “Nueva Normalidad”:
            Breaking Down Barriers in the US, Mexico, and Beyond
                                           (July 11-16, 2022)

 

The Latino Studies Scholars Program (LSSP) at Notre Dame is a merit-based leadership scholarship designed to attract and shape key leaders working to support and empower Latino communities. In the summers of 2018 and 2019, several Latino Studies Scholars were invited to attend the annual conference for the "Líderes del Mañana" Program at Tecnológico de Monterrey in Mexico.

Read More about Latino Studies Scholars & Líderes del Mañana Conference