Upcoming Events

Thu Sep 18, 2014

Workshop: "Preparing for the Academic Job Market II: The Teaching Philosophy Statement"

2:00 PM - 3:15 PM
Notre Dame Room, 202 LaFortune Student Center

The teaching statement is an important, but often mysterious, part of the academic job application. In this workshop, you will learn what constitutes a great teaching statement, begin drafting your own statement, and be introduced to teaching portfolios.

Presented by Kristi Rudenga, assistant director of Notre Dame’s Kaneb Center for Teaching and Learning, and Kelly Kuznicki, Kaneb Center graduate associate.…

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Workshop: "Theological Culture in Dante's Florence"

3:30 PM - 6:15 PM
Special Collections, Hesburgh Libraries

“Theological Culture in Dante’s Florence,” will be presented by Matthew Treherne, Claire Honess, Anna Pegoretti, and Nicolò Maldina.

This workshop will offer some of the findings of the research project, “Dante and Late Medieval Florence: Theology in Poetry, Practice, and Society”, enabling those attending to encounter some of the archival materials relating to theological and religious life in the 1280s and 1290s. It will introduce Florentine religious culture in the period, with a particular focus on the quodlibetal disputations held in the mendicant houses of Santa Maria Novella and Santa Croce, and on preaching.…

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Film Screening: Paths of Glory

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Browning Cinema, DeBartolo Performing Arts Center

Stanley Kubrick’s Paths of Glory is among the most powerful antiwar films ever made. A fiery Kirk Douglas stars as a World War I French colonel who goes head to head with the army’s ruthless top brass when his men are accused of cowardice after being unable to carry out an impossible mission. This haunting, exquisitely photographed dissection of the military machine in all its absurdity and capacity for dehumanization is assembled with its legendary director’s customary precision, from its tense trench warfare sequences to its gripping courtroom climax to its ravaging final scene.…

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Shakespeare at Notre Dame Presents: Much Ado About Nothing

7:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Washington Hall

Beatrice and Benedick are engaged in a “merry war,” proclaiming their disdain of love—and for one another—in Shakespeare’s celebrated battle of the sexes. Their delightfully witty banter carries the audience along on their journey from antagonism to mutual love with copious amounts of humor and a whole lot of negotiating! In the end, of course, it’s all “much ado about nothing.” Five actors from London’s greatest stages play all the roles in this most romantic of comedies, a perennial favorite.…

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Fri Sep 19, 2014

Symposium on Contemporary Sculpture

5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
South Bend Museum of Art

A symposium on the topic of contemporary sculpture is being organized in conjunction with the art exhibition ND Alumni: Sculptors and Professors.

A reception and gallery talk will be held in the South Bend Museum of Art on Friday, September 19, with the artists whose sculptures are on view at that venue.…

Posted In: The Arts

Shakespeare at Notre Dame Presents: Much Ado About Nothing

7:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Washington Hall

Beatrice and Benedick are engaged in a “merry war,” proclaiming their disdain of love—and for one another—in Shakespeare’s celebrated battle of the sexes. Their delightfully witty banter carries the audience along on their journey from antagonism to mutual love with copious amounts of humor and a whole lot of negotiating! In the end, of course, it’s all “much ado about nothing.” Five actors from London’s greatest stages play all the roles in this most romantic of comedies, a perennial favorite.…

Posted In: The Arts

Sat Sep 20, 2014

Symposium on Contemporary Sculpture

11:00 AM - 6:30 PM
Snite Museum of Art

A symposium on the topic of contemporary sculpture is being organized in conjunction with the art exhibition ND Alumni: Sculptors and Professors.

A reception and gallery talk will be held in the South Bend Museum of Art on Friday, September 19, with the artists whose sculptures are on view at that venue.…

Posted In: The Arts

Sun Sep 21, 2014

Art Exhibition: "Rock-Paper... Lithographs from the Permanent Collection, Part I"

All Day
Snite Museum of Art

Rock-Paper…: Lithographs from the Permanent Collection, Part I
August 24-November 16, 2014

Featuring works from the Snite Museum’s growing collection of prints, this exhibition introduces visitors to lithography, a printmaking medium invented in 1799. Part I of this two-part exhibition highlights works from the 1800s and charts lithography’s technical development and popular applications in illustrated newspapers and promotional material for theatrical performances through its elevation to a “fine” art.…

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Art Exhibition: "ND Alumni: Sculptors and Professors"

All Day
O'Shaughnessy Gallery West and Sculpture Courtyard, Snite Museum of Art

ND Alumni: Sculptors and Professors
August 3-November 30, 2014

This exhibition of the recent work of 21 graduates of the University’s studio art program is so large that it will be installed at two venues. The works installed at the Snite Museum of Art will be on view through November 30, 2014. Those at the South Bend Museum of Art will be on view through September 28, 2014.…

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Mon Sep 22, 2014

Workshop: "Preparing for the Academic Job Market III: Different Types of Institutions"

3:30 PM - 4:45 PM
Notre Dame Room, 202 LaFortune Student Center

This faculty panel, presented by the Kaneb Center for Teaching and Learning, will discuss what to expect when applying, interviewing, and working at different types of educational institutions.

Panelists include:

  • Cassie Majetic, assistant professor of biology at St. Mary’s
  • Kelcey Parker, associate professor of English at Indiana University South Bend

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