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Nov 2

Thursday Nov 2, 2023

Transformative Latino Leaders in Hollywood: Actors, Producers, Change-Makers ft. Mark Consuelos, Nicholas Gonzalez, and Wilmer Valderrama

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Location: Carey Auditorium

Join ILS, and co-sponsor Latinx Student Alliance (LSA), for a Transformative Latino Leaders Lecture with a three-person celebrity panel featuring Mark Consuelos, Nicholas Gonzalez, and Wilmer Valderrama. The event Transformative Latino Leaders in Hollywood: Actors, Directors, Change-makers will be held on Thursday, November 2nd at 5PM in the Carey Auditorium. It will be a free but ticketed event (one registration per person). See you there!…

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Nov 2

Thursday Nov 2, 2023

Laura Shannon Prize Lecture with Stella Ghervas: "The Peace Conundrum in European History"

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Location: 1050 Jenkins Nanovic Halls

It has been an entrenched tradition to narrate the history of the European continent as a sequence of bloody conflicts that culminated in two World Wars and continued into the Cold War. Today the Russian-Ukrainian War seems to confirm that narrative as a dominant one. Breaking with that enduring historiographical trend, this lecture boldly takes the opposite approach, by focusing instead on Europe’s peaceful cycles between wars, over three centuries. It will explore two questions: “What is lasting peace”? and “How is it possible to achieve it?” The lecture embraces the intellectual and political history of Europe, both in space (including the Balkans and Russia) and in time (going as far back as the eighteenth century) to consider European history as the struggle of rational attempts to ensure lasting peace, against short-sighted instincts of self-destruction.…

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Nov 6

Monday Nov 6, 2023

Lecture by Arthur Brooks, Harvard University: "Moving from Strength to Strength in Work, Life, & Happiness"

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Location: Jordan Auditorium, Mendoza College of Business

 

Arthur Brooks
The CCCG will join the Mendoza School of Business in hosting Harvard scholar Arthur Brooks on November 6, 2023. This event is part of the Mendoza Dean's Speaker Series

 

Arthur C. Brooks is the William Henry Bloomberg Professor of the Practice of Public Leadership at Harvard Kennedy School and Professor of Management Practice at Harvard Business School. Before joining the Harvard faculty in July of 2019, he served for ten years as president of the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), a public policy think tank in Washington, DC.

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Nov 8
Nov 8

Wednesday Nov 8, 2023

Lecture by Nathan Chapman: "Agreeing to Disagree: How the Establishment Clause Protects Religious Diversity and Freedom of Conscience"

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Location: Eck Hall of Law 1130

Agreeing To Disagree Book Cover

Join us for “Agreeing to Disagree: How the Establishment Clause Protects Religious Diversity and Freedom of Conscience,” a lecture based on the book of the same title co-authored by Nathan Chapman and Michael McConnell. In Agreeing to Disagree

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Nov 9

Thursday Nov 9, 2023

Lecture by Bradley Girard and Rebecca Markert: "Separation of Church and State"

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Location: Eck 1140

Acs Church And State Event Poster

The CCCG joins the ND American Constitution Society in hosting a discussion on the separtion of church and state. 

 

Speakers include: 

Bradley Girard, Litigation Counsel for Americans United for Separation of Church and State.

Bradley Girard graduated cum laude

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Nov 9

Thursday Nov 9, 2023

Trevon Logan, Phi Beta Kappa (PBK) Visiting Scholar

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Location: Carey Auditorium, Hesburgh Library, University of Notre Dame

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Trevon Logan, The Ohio State University

Trevon Logan, Hazel C. Youngberg Distinguished Professor of Economics OSU

Phi Beta Kappa (PBK) Visiting Scholar Program

 

 

 

Contact Eva Dziadula for information

Originally published at economics.nd.edu

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Nov 10

Friday Nov 10, 2023

Hooked on a Feeling: Emotions and Conspiracy Theories

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Location: 1030 Jenkins Nanovic Halls

Nicholson Headshot Website

Stephen P. Nicholson is the Philip H. Alston Jr. Distinguished Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Georgia. He received his B.A. from the University of California, Los Angeles in 1989 and his Ph.D. from the University of California, Davis in 1998. His research interests include mass public behavior, public opinion, political psychology and direct democracy.…

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Nov 13

Monday Nov 13, 2023

Webinar: John Silvanus Wilson - Universities, Democracy, & Lessons from HBCUs

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Location: Zoom Webinar

[This event was originally scheduled for October 9, 2023 and has been rescheduled to November 13, 2023]

As part of the Virtues & Vocations series Education for Flourishing: Conversations on Character & the Common Good, we are pleased to welcome John Silvanus Wilson, former president of Morehouse College and author of Hope and Healing.…

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Nov 13

Monday Nov 13, 2023

Ph.D. in Management On-Campus Open House

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Location: Stayer Center Commons A&B

Interested in leveraging your Economics, Sociology, Psychology, Political Science, or Business degree to become a professor in a business school? Attend this on-campus open house for Mendoza’s PhD in Management program. Open to undergraduate and masters students. Free pizza provided! Please REGISTER at the link below:

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Nov 14

Tuesday Nov 14, 2023

Notre Dame Press Book Festival and Dirty Book Sale

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Location: Hesburgh Library Main Concourse

Notre Dame Press Book Festival and Dirty Book Sale

We are thrilled to host our annual Notre Dame Press Book Festival and Dirty Book Sale on Notre Dame’s campus as part of University Press Week! This year, the festival will include incredible deals both in person and on our website, several book events, and many giveaways.…

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Nov 15

Wednesday Nov 15, 2023

Notre Dame Press Book Festival and Dirty Book Sale

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Location: Hesburgh Library Main Concourse

Notre Dame Press Book Festival and Dirty Book Sale

We are thrilled to host our annual Notre Dame Press Book Festival and Dirty Book Sale on Notre Dame’s campus as part of University Press Week! This year, the festival will include incredible deals both in person and on our website, several book events, and many giveaways.…

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Nov 17

Friday Nov 17, 2023

Political Theory Colloquium

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Location: B044 Jenkins Nanovic Halls

Ndptc Locke

Please join us for a discussion of a paper by Jill Locke on November 17th. Locke is the James and Patricia McPherson Endowed Professor of American History at Gustavus Adolphus College. She is also professor of Political Science and Interim Director of the Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies Program and the author of Democracy and the Death of Shame (Cambridge, 2016). Locke's concept of "unashamed citizenship" and her work on the gendered and racialized politics of shame and shaming has been particularly influential in Scandinavian debates about democracy and citizenship. She is working on a new book, tentatively titled Girl Heroes, about the figure of the girl in democratic theory and politics. Lunch will be provided. RSVP by November 13th with your dietary preferences to skaul2@nd.edu

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Nov 17

Friday Nov 17, 2023

Research Innovation Labs Webinar

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Location: Online

The Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts (ISLA) will host a virtual information session on the new Arts & Letters Research Innovation Labs program on Friday, November 17, 12:00 - 12:45 p.m. This new funding opportunity through ISLA offers course releases and research funding to teams of scholars pursuing "a core question (or small set of closely related questions) collaboratively and from transdisciplinary perspectives. Labs will foster research, teaching, and outreach, deepening connections across disciplines, and bringing the insights of the liberal arts to public life."…

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Nov 17

Friday Nov 17, 2023

Panel: "Growing in Virtue: Aquinas on Habit"

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Location: Jenkins Nanovic Halls B101

Growing In Virtue Book Cover

Join our distinguished panel for a discussion ofGrowing in Virtue: Aquinas on Habit by William C. Mattison III. Growing in Virtue is the only comprehensive account of growth in virtue in the thought of Thomas Aquinas. 

 

Panelists: 

  • William C. Mattison III, Wilsey Family Professor, University of Notre Dame

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Nov 29

Wednesday Nov 29, 2023

History of Philosophy Works-in-Progress Luncheon: Michael Promisel, "Aristotle and the Form(s) of Rule"

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Location: 437 Geddes - Maritain Library

Please join us for this week's History of Philosophy Works-in-Progress Luncheon! This week's presenter is Prof. Michael Promisel (Busch Family Visiting Fellow, Center for Citizenship & Constitutional Government), who will speak on "Aristotle and the Form(s) of Rule" (see abstract below).

Each meeting consists of a presentation by a graduate student or faculty member on a project that they are working on in the history of philosophy, followed by a period of comments/questions from other participants. The workshop is designed to give contributors the opportunity to develop ideas and receive helpful feedback on projects/papers in a friendly and low stakes environment.…

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Nov 30

Thursday Nov 30, 2023

Nanovic Forum with Mikuláš Dzurinda, Prime Minister of Slovakia (1998-2006)

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Location: Hesburgh Center Auditorium

Dzurinda Mikulas Wces Davidplas 55883

Join the Nanovic Institute for an exciting opportunity to meet a distinguished leader from Europe.

This public lecture begins at 11 a.m., and lunch will be served following for all participants, while supplies last. All Notre Dame faculty, students, and staff, as well as interested members of the wider community, are warmly invited to attend.…

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Nov 30

Thursday Nov 30, 2023

Resistance to Russian/Soviet Imperialism in the Words of the Elite Athletes of the Day

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Location: 215 McKenna Hall

The Nanovic Forum and the Chair of the Nanovic Institute Advisory Board present
Resistance to Russian/Soviet Imperialism in the Words of the Elite Athletes of the Day

Today we​ face the most acute threat to the post-WWII values-based, rules-based order​: P​utin’s war on Ukraine and the reassertion of Russian imperialism. ​T​his panel discussion will examine life and politics through the eyes of the elite athletes who​ escaped from the Soviet Bloc, both from then Czechoslovakia and Ukraine, reflecting on what it was like to live under the boot of the Russian totalitarian bear​. Their stories are riveting and display the courage of those who resisted​.…

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