Events

Monday, February 20, 2017

Out of the Ashes: Notre Dame Ceramic Art Symposium

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Location: Snite Museum of Art, Milly and Fritz Kaeser Mestrovic Studio Gallery

For one week last October twelve ceramic artists worked together in the Notre Dame ceramic studios. In addition to making their own signature ceramic artworks, the artists interacted and collaborated with each other through the course of the five-day symposium. In early November their new clay works were fired in the Notre Dame wood-fired anagama kiln, which is located at the Michigan studio of ND Professor of Art, William Kremer.…

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Lecture: Artist Israel Davis

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Location: Room 200, Riley Hall of Art

Teaching as Assistant Professor of Sculpture and Functional Art at Kendall College of Art and Design, of Ferris State University, from 2009-2016, Israel Davis is currently focusing on his personal creative practice and has been working to produce a new body of work that utilizes ceramics, digital fabrication technologies, and mixed media.…

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Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Research Seminar: An Articulation of the Distinctive Virtues of Community Medicine

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Location: Geddes Hall Coffee House

This is part of the Center for Social Concerns research seminar series at which colleagues share their research and thinking in an informal atmosphere. Facilitated by Mark Fox, Associate Dean and Director of Indiana University School of Medicine - South Bend, and Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics, Indiana University. Coffee will be provided.​…

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Out of the Ashes: Notre Dame Ceramic Art Symposium

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Location: Snite Museum of Art, Milly and Fritz Kaeser Mestrovic Studio Gallery

For one week last October twelve ceramic artists worked together in the Notre Dame ceramic studios. In addition to making their own signature ceramic artworks, the artists interacted and collaborated with each other through the course of the five-day symposium. In early November their new clay works were fired in the Notre Dame wood-fired anagama kiln, which is located at the Michigan studio of ND Professor of Art, William Kremer.…

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Six-part Lecture Series: Integral Ecology by Terrence Ehrman, C.S.C.

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Location: Andrews Auditorium, Geddes Hall

The Earth is our common home where we live in relationship with one another, the natural world, and God. We are not separated from the natural world but are integral participants in our ecosystems. To address the social and ecological crises of our day, Pope Francis has called for a​ ​"broader vision of reality" that demands an​ ​"integral ecology."​ ​In this six-part lecture series, we will explore how to live out this vision within the Great Lakes watershed.

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Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Out of the Ashes: Notre Dame Ceramic Art Symposium

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Location: Snite Museum of Art, Milly and Fritz Kaeser Mestrovic Studio Gallery

For one week last October twelve ceramic artists worked together in the Notre Dame ceramic studios. In addition to making their own signature ceramic artworks, the artists interacted and collaborated with each other through the course of the five-day symposium. In early November their new clay works were fired in the Notre Dame wood-fired anagama kiln, which is located at the Michigan studio of ND Professor of Art, William Kremer.…

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Lecture: Fair Use in the Academic Environment - A Scholar’s Primer

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Location: Andrews Auditorium, Geddes Hall

Chances are you have quoted a book, scanned an article, requested something through interlibrary loan or document delivery, or used an image in a conference presentation. These are just a few examples of Fair Use as part of copyright law that we use and benefit from every day.

 

Fair Use Week, sponsored by the Association for Research Libraries (ARL), is February 20-24

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Reading: Michael Collins

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Location: Hammes Campus Bookstore

Michael Collins is the author of ten works of fiction. His work has been translated into seventeen languages. His novel The Keepers of Truth was shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize and the IMPAC Award. Other novels have won The Irish Novel of the Year, The Pacific Northwest Bookseller’s Award, along with the Prix Littéraire Lucien Barrière. His short fiction has won the Pushcart Award for Best Fiction, and he is the recipient of numerous New York Times Notable Book of the Year Awards. Collins was educated at The University of Notre Dame and Oxford University and holds a doctorate degree.…

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Thursday, February 23, 2017

Out of the Ashes: Notre Dame Ceramic Art Symposium

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Location: Snite Museum of Art, Milly and Fritz Kaeser Mestrovic Studio Gallery

For one week last October twelve ceramic artists worked together in the Notre Dame ceramic studios. In addition to making their own signature ceramic artworks, the artists interacted and collaborated with each other through the course of the five-day symposium. In early November their new clay works were fired in the Notre Dame wood-fired anagama kiln, which is located at the Michigan studio of ND Professor of Art, William Kremer.…

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Lecture: Constructing Averroes's Epistemology

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Location: 715 Hesburgh Library

The Medieval Institute presents a lecture by Deborah Black, Professor of Philosophy and Medieval Studies at the University of Toronto. She specializes in medieval philosophy, especially Classical Arabic and 13th-century western philosophy. Her publications focus on cognitive psychology, in particular theories of the internal sense and the intellect, epistemology, and related topics in metaphysics.…

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Friday, February 24, 2017

Data Security Conference

Location: Law School, Room 2130

Modern technology enables the collection and use of many types of data for a wide range of purposes. Many of those uses are enormously beneficial. But the era of big data comes with substantial risks to privacy, particularly as data breaches proliferate.

Sound data security policy requires more than technological fixes; it requires well-designed law and policy. Unfortunately, the law of data security is nascent and scattered. This conference will focus on legal and ethical issues in data security, with a particular focus on institutional design and regulatory strategy.…

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Out of the Ashes: Notre Dame Ceramic Art Symposium

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Location: Snite Museum of Art, Milly and Fritz Kaeser Mestrovic Studio Gallery

For one week last October twelve ceramic artists worked together in the Notre Dame ceramic studios. In addition to making their own signature ceramic artworks, the artists interacted and collaborated with each other through the course of the five-day symposium. In early November their new clay works were fired in the Notre Dame wood-fired anagama kiln, which is located at the Michigan studio of ND Professor of Art, William Kremer.…

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HPS Brownbag Discussion: Agnotological Challenges - How to Capture the Production of Ignorance in Science

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Location: 106 O'Shaughnessy Hall

The John J. Reilly Center presents Martin Carrier from Universität Bielefeld. Agnotology concerns the creation and preservation of confusion and ignorance. Certain positions are advocated in order to promote economic, political, or metaphysical interests with the result of creating mock controversies or maintaining unjustified agreement. I propose to identify agnotological ploys by  examining the discrepancy between the conclusions suggested by the design of a study and the conclusions actually drawn or intimated. …

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Cenacle Event: "Dreaming in Cuban"

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Location: 217 Coleman-Morse

Join the faculty host Orlando Menes, Department of English, for a discussion of Dreaming in Cuban by Cristina Garcia.

Cenacle is a reading group where first-year students can enrich their Notre Dame experience by engaging in these arts in the company of fellow students over dinner with a faculty host.…

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Monday, February 27, 2017

Out of the Ashes: Notre Dame Ceramic Art Symposium

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Location: Snite Museum of Art, Milly and Fritz Kaeser Mestrovic Studio Gallery

For one week last October twelve ceramic artists worked together in the Notre Dame ceramic studios. In addition to making their own signature ceramic artworks, the artists interacted and collaborated with each other through the course of the five-day symposium. In early November their new clay works were fired in the Notre Dame wood-fired anagama kiln, which is located at the Michigan studio of ND Professor of Art, William Kremer.…

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Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Out of the Ashes: Notre Dame Ceramic Art Symposium

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Location: Snite Museum of Art, Milly and Fritz Kaeser Mestrovic Studio Gallery

For one week last October twelve ceramic artists worked together in the Notre Dame ceramic studios. In addition to making their own signature ceramic artworks, the artists interacted and collaborated with each other through the course of the five-day symposium. In early November their new clay works were fired in the Notre Dame wood-fired anagama kiln, which is located at the Michigan studio of ND Professor of Art, William Kremer.…

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Lecture: The Colombian Peace Process and the Catholic Church

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Location: C103 Hesburgh Center for International Studies

Last year was a monumental year for the Colombian peace process, but it remains an incomplete and ongoing process. After a popular vote narrowly rejected the peace deal and a revised agreement was signed, the implementation of that agreement begins. Through it all, the Catholic Church has been a central actor in the peace process as the Church was key to facilitating dialogues that led to the agreement.…

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Six-part Lecture Series: Integral Ecology by Terrence Ehrman, C.S.C.

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Location: Andrews Auditorium, Geddes Hall

The Earth is our common home where we live in relationship with one another, the natural world, and God. We are not separated from the natural world but are integral participants in our ecosystems. To address the social and ecological crises of our day, Pope Francis has called for a​ ​"broader vision of reality" that demands an​ ​"integral ecology."​ ​In this six-part lecture series, we will explore how to live out this vision within the Great Lakes watershed.

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