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Sep 5

Tuesday Sep 5, 2023

President’s Faculty Address: A Roundtable on the Strategic Framework

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Location: Leighton Concert Hall, DeBartolo Performing Arts Center

A conversation between Provost John McGreevy and two external higher education leaders about Notre Dame’s future, the unique place Notre Dame occupies in the landscape of global higher education, and the University’s opportunities and challenges in the current moment.

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Sep 5

Tuesday Sep 5, 2023

The Dysfunctional Politics of National Decline - Steven Ward

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Location: B101 Jenkins Nanovic Halls

Steven Ward is Assistant Professor of International Relations in the Department of Politics and International Studies at the University of Cambridge. He is the author of Status and the Challenge of Rising Powers (Cambridge University Press, 2017), and his work has appeared in a range of journals, including International Security

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Sep 6

Wednesday Sep 6, 2023

"What the Constitution Means to Me" by Heidi Schreck

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Location: Philbin Studio Theatre, DeBartolo Performing Arts Center

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Playwright Heidi Schreck's Tony-nominated hit play breathes new life into the U.S. Constitution and imagines how it will shape the next generation of Americans. Fifteen-year-old Heidi earned her college tuition by winning Constitutional debate competitions across the United States. In this hilarious, hopeful, and achingly human new play, she resurrects her teenage self to trace the profound relationship between four generations of women and the founding document that shaped their lives. Post-talks and guest speakers to be announced.…

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Sep 7

Thursday Sep 7, 2023

"What the Constitution Means to Me" by Heidi Schreck

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Location: Philbin Studio Theatre, DeBartolo Performing Arts Center

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Playwright Heidi Schreck's Tony-nominated hit play breathes new life into the U.S. Constitution and imagines how it will shape the next generation of Americans. Fifteen-year-old Heidi earned her college tuition by winning Constitutional debate competitions across the United States. In this hilarious, hopeful, and achingly human new play, she resurrects her teenage self to trace the profound relationship between four generations of women and the founding document that shaped their lives. Post-talks and guest speakers to be announced.…

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Sep 8

Friday Sep 8, 2023

"What the Constitution Means to Me" by Heidi Schreck

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Location: Philbin Studio Theatre, DeBartolo Performing Arts Center

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Playwright Heidi Schreck's Tony-nominated hit play breathes new life into the U.S. Constitution and imagines how it will shape the next generation of Americans. Fifteen-year-old Heidi earned her college tuition by winning Constitutional debate competitions across the United States. In this hilarious, hopeful, and achingly human new play, she resurrects her teenage self to trace the profound relationship between four generations of women and the founding document that shaped their lives. Post-talks and guest speakers to be announced.…

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Sep 9

Saturday Sep 9, 2023

"What the Constitution Means to Me" by Heidi Schreck

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Location: Philbin Studio Theatre, DeBartolo Performing Arts Center

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Playwright Heidi Schreck's Tony-nominated hit play breathes new life into the U.S. Constitution and imagines how it will shape the next generation of Americans. Fifteen-year-old Heidi earned her college tuition by winning Constitutional debate competitions across the United States. In this hilarious, hopeful, and achingly human new play, she resurrects her teenage self to trace the profound relationship between four generations of women and the founding document that shaped their lives. Post-talks and guest speakers to be announced.…

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Sep 9

Saturday Sep 9, 2023

"What the Constitution Means to Me" by Heidi Schreck

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Location: Philbin Studio Theatre, DeBartolo Performing Arts Center

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Playwright Heidi Schreck's Tony-nominated hit play breathes new life into the U.S. Constitution and imagines how it will shape the next generation of Americans. Fifteen-year-old Heidi earned her college tuition by winning Constitutional debate competitions across the United States. In this hilarious, hopeful, and achingly human new play, she resurrects her teenage self to trace the profound relationship between four generations of women and the founding document that shaped their lives. Post-talks and guest speakers to be announced.…

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Sep 10

Sunday Sep 10, 2023

"What the Constitution Means to Me" by Heidi Schreck

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Location: Philbin Studio Theatre, DeBartolo Performing Arts Center

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Playwright Heidi Schreck's Tony-nominated hit play breathes new life into the U.S. Constitution and imagines how it will shape the next generation of Americans. Fifteen-year-old Heidi earned her college tuition by winning Constitutional debate competitions across the United States. In this hilarious, hopeful, and achingly human new play, she resurrects her teenage self to trace the profound relationship between four generations of women and the founding document that shaped their lives. Post-talks and guest speakers to be announced.…

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Sep 15

Friday Sep 15, 2023

Lecture by Kate Hardiman Rhodes: "Unshackled: Freeing America's K-12 Education System"

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Location: Oak Room, South Dining Hall

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Kate Hardiman Rhodes is Notre Dame alumnae and a 2016-2017 Menard Family Tocqueville Fellow. She graduated from Notre Dame in 2017 with a B.A. summa cum laude in the Program of Liberal Studies and a minor in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics. She also received her M.Ed. through Notre Dame’s Alliance for Catholic Education (ACE) program in 2019, teaching high school English and Religion in Chicago. Kate then attended Georgetown Law School at night while working for Cooper & Kirk, PLLC, a constitutional litigation firm. She clerked for Judge Trevor N. McFadden on the District Court for the District of Columbia and currently works as an associate at Cooper & Kirk, PLLC. She will soon clerk for Judge Gregory G. Katsas on the D.C. Circuit. Kate has published widely on education issues and plans to pursue a career in education law and policy. She currently lives in Washington, D.C., with her husband Matt, who also graduated from Notre Dame and the ACE program.…

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Sep 20

Wednesday Sep 20, 2023

Soc(AI)ety Seminars Series: “AI and the Very Old World Order”

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Location: Jordan Hall Auditorium, Rm 105

Over the last few years, a growing number of scholars have argued that the impact of AI is repeating the patterns of colonial history. If European colonialism was characterized by the violent capture of land, extraction of resources, and exploitation of people for the economic enrichment of the conquering country, the AI industry is now using more insidious means to capture our behaviors, extract our data, and exploit our labor for enriching the wealthy and powerful at the great expense of the poor.

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Sep 22

Friday Sep 22, 2023

Triumphant Past and Future Failures? Civil Rights in the American Political System

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Location: B101 Jenkins Nanovic Halls

Dianne Pinderhughes

Dianne Pinderhughes is Notre Dame Presidential Faculty Fellow, and the Rev. Edmund P. Joyce, C.S.C. Professor of Africana Studies and Political Science; she holds a concurrent faculty appointment in American Studies, is a Faculty Fellow at the Kellogg Institute, and is a Research Faculty member in Gender Studies at the University of Notre Dame. Her research addresses inequality with a focus on racial, ethnic and gender politics and public policy in the Americas, explores the creation of American civil society institutions in the twentieth century, and analyzes their influence on the formation of voting rights policy.…

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Sep 22

Friday Sep 22, 2023

When Four-Stars Align: A Conversation with Notre Dame’s Most Accomplished Military Leaders 

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Location: Carey Auditorium, Hesburgh Library

Join us for a conversation with Admiral Christopher W. Grady ’84, the 12th Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and General Bryan P. Fenton ’87, the 13th Commander of U.S. Special Operations Command.

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Sep 26

Tuesday Sep 26, 2023

Every Citizen a Statesman: The Dream of a Democratic Foreign Policy in the American Century - David Allen

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Location: 1030 Jenkins Nanovic Halls

David Allen is a historian of US foreign relations and a former fellow at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at the Harvard Kennedy School. His first book, Every Citizen a Statesman: The Dream of a Democratic Foreign Policy in the American Century, was published by Harvard University Press earlier this year. He has a PhD in history from Columbia University, and has held academic appointments at Yale and MIT. He writes regularly for The New York Times

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Sep 29

Friday Sep 29, 2023

Criminalizing Reproduction virtual panel

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Location: ZOOM

What happens when pregnancy, miscarriage, contraception, and abortion are treated as crimes?

This moderated virtual panel brings together scholars in the fields of medicine, law, and women's and gender studies to discuss the criminalization of pregnancy and reproduction. Our panel of academic experts will discuss new and historical patterns of punishing people for their reproduction. This discussion contextualizes the ways that racism, sexism, and ableism have shaped reproductive policing over time and examines the new threats ahead now that abortion access has been banned in several states.…

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