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With NEH grant, Notre Dame philosopher Paul Weithman planning conference on enduring impact of John Rawls

Rawls' work A Theory of Justice has had a lasting and far-reaching influence on the fields of economics, political science, philosophy, and law — and nearly 50 years after its publication, it remains one of the greatest works of political philosophy ever produced, said Paul Weithman, the Glynn Family Honors Professor of Philosophy. With funding from a Collaborative Research Grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, Weithman is planning a conference commemorating the 50th anniversary of the book’s publication in September 2021.

Notre Dame International Security Center embarks on a new wave of expansion 

Over the last three years, the Notre Dame International Security Center has added faculty and postdoctoral fellows, expanded its undergraduate and graduate programs, and become a thought leader on issues surrounding national security and innovative approaches to U.S. grand strategy. The center is now continuing to build on that success with $7.66 million in new grants, which will support naming Jim Webb, a former U.S. senator from Virginia and secretary of the Navy, as NDISC's inaugural distinguished fellow; creating a pre-doctoral fellowship program and expanding the current post-doctoral fellows program.

Mobilized religious left could be 2020 election force, sociologists find

With the 2020 presidential election on the near horizon, sociologist Kraig Beyerlein discusses what he and his co-researcher learned about the political engagement of U.S. congregations — including what surprised him most — and how that may impact results on Nov. 3.

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