NOTE: This conference has been postponed. Further details can be found at http://www.nollconference.com/ as they become available.
This conference honors the career of Mark Noll by reflecting on his work in the history of American Christianity, while also looking forward to new directions in the field. Panels on American Christianity in the colonial era, the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, and the recent history of world Christianity anchor the conference. Senior scholars will gather in round table discussions to reflect on the evangelical mind and on the writing of grand narratives in American religious history. The conference features a keynote address by David Hempton, an interview with Noll hosted by Books & Culture editor John Wilson, and Noll's own reflections.…
Notre Dame’s Center for Nano Science and Technology (NDnano) is hosting a one-day symposium bringing together leading experts in neuroscience and nanotechnology to share research and enhance collaborations.
The keynote speaker is Kevin Tracey, M.D., President & CEO of the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research. Joining Dr. Tracey as speakers and panel members are:…
A lunchtime workshop (sandwiches provided) will take place at noon. In addition to discussing the lecture on March 29 by Hank Lazer, we will also discuss the first chapter of Rowan Williams’s book The Edge of Words: God and the Habits of Language (2014) and an essay by Lazer entitled “Of Course Poetry is Difficult / Poetry is Not Difficult.”…
Panel 1 will include:
- Mehdi Azaiez (Assistant Professor of Islamic Studies at KU Leuven) with “The Qurˈānic Abraham”
- Enno Dango (graduate student) with “A Catholic Reading of the Qurʾānic alladhīna āmanū wa ʿamilū’ṣ-ṣāliḥāti in the Context of the Biblical Discourse on Justification”
- Mourad Takawi (graduate student) with “Early Arabic Christian Exegesis of the Qurʾān”…
Workshop on Ancient Philosophy presents Pieter Hasper, Associate Professor of Philosophy from Indiana University.
You are welcome to attend the workshop on Friday, March 31 "Aristotle's Constructionist Philosophy of Mathematics", 12:30-2:45, 110 O'Shaughnessy Hall.
The activities of the workshop are supported by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation…