Events

Thursday, January 30, 2020

Educating the Whole Physician Lecture Series: "The Messiness of the Moral of Interspecies Encounters in Medical Lab Research"

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Location: Auditorium, Raclin-Carmichael Hall | IU School of Medicine - South Bend, 1234 Notre Dame Avenue

Lab research is guided by a host of standardized, ethical standards that shape quotidian practices of animal welfare and care while, oddly, obscuring, erasing, or denying human efforts at self-care. An attentiveness to the “messiness of the moral” uncovers the complexities of interspecies encounters in science, offering, in turn, possibilities for the (re)making of the researcher, and, thus, of the “whole physician" in and outside the lab.

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Italian Research Seminar: "The Artist and the Police: Decameron 8.3"

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Location: Rare Books & Special Collections (102 Hesburgh Library)

In this lecture, Justin Steinberg, Professor of Italian Literature at the University of Chicago, will explore the political dimension of this reflection. What are the power dynamics of seeing and being seen in the novella? In what ways is the beffa played on Calandrino also a civic punishment? What is the role of the customs agents in the tale? Is Calandrino simply a greedy friend or is he also a bad citizen (and immigrant)? Steinberg proposes that this fun-loving tale is really about paying taxes.

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Friday, January 31, 2020

Monday, February 3, 2020

Arts and Letters Graduate Career Community: Advanced Degree Career Options

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Location: Duncan Student Center 526

Join a small group of fellow Arts and Letters graduate students and postdoctoral scholars to engage in open, interdisciplinary dialogue focused on exploring and planning for careers outside of academia. The discussion is meant to be a springboard to discovering people, opportunities, resources, and overall strategies within a variety of career paths.

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Tuesday, February 4, 2020

Arts and Letters Graduate Career Community - Advanced Degree Career Options

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Location: Duncan Student Center 526

Join a small group of fellow Arts and Letters graduate students and postdoctoral scholars to engage in open, interdisciplinary dialogue focused on exploring and planning for careers outside of academia. The discussion is meant to be a springboard to discovering people, opportunities, resources, and overall strategies within a variety of career paths.

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Wednesday, February 5, 2020

Life Lunch with Clemens Sedmak

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Location: Coffeehouse, Geddes Hall

Enjoy a free lunch and seminar-style conversation with Clemens Sedmak, professor of Social Ethics in the Keough School of Global Affairs and concurrent professor at Notre Dame’s Center for Social Concerns. 

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Arts and Letters Graduate Career Community - Advanced Degree Career Options

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Location: Duncan Student Center 526

Join a small group of fellow Arts and Letters graduate students and postdoctoral scholars to engage in open, interdisciplinary dialogue focused on exploring and planning for careers outside of academia. The discussion is meant to be a springboard to discovering people, opportunities, resources, and overall strategies within a variety of career paths.

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Theatre: "The Tempest" performed by Actors From The London Stage

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Location: Washington Hall, University of Notre Dame

The Tempest is brought to Notre Dame stages by campus favorite Actors From The London Stage, a self-directed five-actor ensemble that tours the U.S. twice yearly. With each actor portraying multiple roles, The Tempest will be a dynamic and thrilling night of theatre.

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Thursday, February 6, 2020

Arts and Letters Graduate Career Community - Advanced Degree Career Options

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Location: Duncan Student Center 526

Join a small group of fellow Arts and Letters graduate students and postdoctoral scholars to engage in open, interdisciplinary dialogue focused on exploring and planning for careers outside of academia. The discussion is meant to be a springboard to discovering people, opportunities, resources, and overall strategies within a variety of career paths.

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Theatre: "The Tempest" performed by Actors From The London Stage

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Location: Washington Hall, University of Notre Dame

The Tempest is brought to Notre Dame stages by campus favorite Actors From The London Stage, a self-directed five-actor ensemble that tours the U.S. twice yearly. With each actor portraying multiple roles, The Tempest will be a dynamic and thrilling night of theatre.

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Friday, February 7, 2020

Words in Prayer & Song

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Location: Snite Museum of Art

Join us as we recreate a small part of the sacred lives that the paintings in the exhibition Divine Illusions: Statue Paintings from Colonial South America had in 17th- and 18th- century Peru and Bolivia. Each program will begin with a praying of the rosary to be followed by a choral performance.

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Theatre: "The Tempest" performed by Actors From The London Stage

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Location: Washington Hall, University of Notre Dame

The Tempest is brought to Notre Dame stages by campus favorite Actors From The London Stage, a self-directed five-actor ensemble that tours the U.S. twice yearly. With each actor portraying multiple roles, The Tempest will be a dynamic and thrilling night of theatre.

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Saturday, February 8, 2020

Monday, February 10, 2020

Arts and Letters Graduate Career Community - Higher Education Administration

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Location: Duncan Student Center 526

Join a small group of fellow Arts and Letters graduate students and postdoctoral scholars to engage in open, interdisciplinary dialogue focused on exploring and planning for careers in Higher Education Administration. The discussion is meant to be a springboard to discovering people, opportunities, resources, and overall strategies within Higher Education careers (ex. Student Affairs).

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Lecture: Jose Clemente Orozco and the Epic of "Greater America"

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Location: 200 Riley Hall

Please join us for a talk by Professor Mary Coffey from Dartmouth College about resituating Mexican muralism within U.S. American debates over history and identity, but also suggesting the many ways Orozco’s Epic speaks to our contemporary political moment and the radical politics of Latinidad.

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Tuesday, February 11, 2020

Arts and Letters Graduate Career Community - Nonprofit and NGO

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Location: Duncan Student Center 526

Join a small group of fellow Arts and Letters graduate students and postdoctoral scholars to engage in open, interdisciplinary dialogue focused on exploring and planning for careers in Nonprofit and NGO organizations. The discussion is meant to be a springboard to discovering people, opportunities, resources, and overall strategies within Nonprofit and NGO careers.

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Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Arts and Letters Graduate Career Community - Higher Education Administration

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Location: Duncan Student Center 526

Join a small group of fellow Arts and Letters graduate students and postdoctoral scholars to engage in open, interdisciplinary dialogue focused on exploring and planning for careers in Higher Education Administration. The discussion is meant to be a springboard to discovering people, opportunities, resources, and overall strategies within Higher Education careers (ex. Student Affairs).

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