Events

Friday, March 1, 2019

Performance: "Stupid Humans"

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Location: Philbin Studio Theatre, DeBartolo Performing Arts Center

Notre Dame Film, Television, and Theatre presents

Stupid Humans
A new musical
Music and lyrics by Jorge “Jay” Rivera-Herrans ’20

A med school dropout defies his father and hops a train to L.A. with dreams of becoming a famous singer.

For tickets, call (574) 631-2800 or visit performingarts.nd.edu

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Notre Dame Symphony Orchestra

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Location: Leighton Concert Hall

The Symphony’s winter concert will include two masterpieces of middle-period Beethoven, the Overture to “Fidelio” and the Symphony No. 6, along with performances from the winners of the annual student concerto competition.

For tickets, please call (574) 631-2800 or visit performingarts.nd.edu

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Saturday, March 2, 2019

Performance: "Stupid Humans"

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Location: Philbin Studio Theatre, DeBartolo Performing Arts Center

Notre Dame Film, Television, and Theatre presents

Stupid Humans
A new musical
Music and lyrics by Jorge “Jay” Rivera-Herrans ’20

A med school dropout defies his father and hops a train to L.A. with dreams of becoming a famous singer.

For tickets, call (574) 631-2800 or visit performingarts.nd.edu

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Sunday, March 3, 2019

Performance: "Stupid Humans"

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Location: Philbin Studio Theatre, DeBartolo Performing Arts Center

Notre Dame Film, Television, and Theatre presents

Stupid Humans
A new musical
Music and lyrics by Jorge “Jay” Rivera-Herrans ’20

A med school dropout defies his father and hops a train to L.A. with dreams of becoming a famous singer.

For tickets, call (574) 631-2800 or visit performingarts.nd.edu

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Monday, March 4, 2019

Lecture: "'Knowledge is Power:' Defining Knowledge and Creating Organic Intellectuals through the Knowledge Series, 1961-1965"

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Location: 1050 Jenkins Nanovic Hall

The phrase “knowledge is power” opened the inscription of each volume of the Knowledge Series, launched by cultural cadre Hu Yuzhi in 1961. But what constituted “knowledge” at this time, a decade after the founding of the People’s Republic of China? Who was the designated audience for that knowledge, and how would it empower them? This talk argues that publication of the Knowledge Series represented a return to a more global and comprehensive conception of knowledge similar to that of the previous Republican period (1912-1949) and a rejection of politicized Soviet approaches to knowledge that had dominated during the early Maoist period. Such knowledge was meant to arm China’s cadres with technical understanding to make effective policy decisions in the aftermath of the Great Leap Famine (1959-1961) while also providing them with the cultural authority to operate as “organic intellectuals” who were both “red” and “expert.”…

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Lecture: "Integral Ecology and the Promise of Green Thomism"

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Location: Lecture – Andrews Auditorium, Geddes Hall

Laudato Si’ called the Catholic community to an ecological conversion, a reorientation of our habits of mind toward a deeper consideration of creation and our responsibilities for its care. Is this a radical innovation? Or can we discern an intellectual patrimony at the heart of the discussion? In this lecture, Christopher Thompson invites us to reflect more deeply on the elements of ecological concern and consider the intellectual tradition inspired by St. Thomas Aquinas as a resource and guide going forward. “Green Thomism,” Thompson proposes, opens a path toward a renewed engagement with the Thomistic tradition as well as its contribution to contemporary ecological concern. …

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Lecture: "Escape from the Nazis: Dutch-Paris and the Rescue of Jews, Resisters, and Allied Aviators"

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Location: 1050 Jenkins Nanovic Halls

Megan Koreman (‘86) was a PLS major at Notre Dame before earning her PhD from the University of California at Berkeley in modern European history. The Escape Line: How the Ordinary Heroes of Dutch-Paris Resisted the Nazi Occupation of Western Europe was published by Oxford University Press. Koreman taught at Texas Tech and the University of Michigan and is currently part of a European research workshop on transnational resistance headed by Robert Gildea at Oxford.…

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Tuesday, March 5, 2019

Chronicles of Narnia Lecture Series: Lectures 1 and 2

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Location: Eck Visitor Center Auditorium

Please join the McGrath Institute for Church Life as it hosts a series of lectures focussing on the Chronicles of Narnia. Intentionally hosted during the liturgical seasons of Lent and Easter, this lecture series plays upon the implicit pilgrimage quality of the Chronicles, inviting readers and listeners to perhaps embark on a spiritual journey themselves. On each of the assigned dates, there will be two lectures: one at 6:00pm and another following on after at 7:15pm. A short course for undergraduates will run alongside this course.…

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Wednesday, March 6, 2019

Friday, March 8, 2019

Arts and Letters Graduate Student and 5+1 Walk-In Career Appointments

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Location: Hesburgh Library (134 - Consultation Room)

Get a quick check on your CV/Resume, prep for an interview, develop job search strategies, receive an overview of the Arts and Letters Graduate Career office, or any other topic you are interested in discussing. 

No need to RSVP, just stop on by March 1, March 15, March 29, or April 12.

As always, you can schedule regular appointments (1 hour) with Erik Simon through the following link (

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Friday, March 15, 2019

Arts and Letters Graduate Student and 5+1 Walk-In Career Appointments

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Location: Hesburgh Library (134 - Consultation Room)

Get a quick check on your CV/Resume, prep for an interview, develop job search strategies, receive an overview of the Arts and Letters Graduate Career office, or any other topic you are interested in discussing. 

No need to RSVP, just stop on by March 1, March 15, March 29, or April 12.

As always, you can schedule regular appointments (1 hour) with Erik Simon through the following link (www.bit.ly/ndgcsappt

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Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Lecture: "The Crisis of Modernity"

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Location: Jenkins and Nanovic Halls - Room 1030

Carlo Lancellotti, professor of mathematics at City University of New York (College of State Island) will speak on the crisis of modernity.

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Chronicles of Narnia Lecture Series: Lectures 3 and 4

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Location: Eck Visitor Center Auditorium

Please join the McGrath Institute for Church Life as it hosts a series of lectures focussing on the Chronicles of Narnia. Intentionally hosted during the liturgical seasons of Lent and Easter, this lecture series plays upon the implicit pilgrimage quality of the Chronicles, inviting readers and listeners to perhaps embark on a spiritual journey themselves. On each of the assigned dates, there will be two lectures: one at 6:00pm and another following on after at 7:15pm. A short course for undergraduates will run alongside this course.…

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Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Workshop: "Final Four Employers: Focusing Your Job Search"

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Location: Duncan Student Center (512)

Finding top employers that fit your unique Values, Interests, Personality, and Skills (V.I.P.S) can be challenging. Focus your job search by identifying what factors are driving your search in order to target resources and  develop a strategic plan that can lead to securing best fit positions with best fit employers. Who will make your Final Four?…

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Thursday, March 21, 2019

Friday, March 29, 2019

Arts and Letters Graduate Student and 5+1 Walk-In Career Appointments

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Location: Hesburgh Library (134 - Consultation Room)

Get a quick check on your CV/Resume, prep for an interview, develop job search strategies, receive an overview of the Arts and Letters Graduate Career office, or any other topic you are interested in discussing. 

No need to RSVP, just stop on by March 1, March 15, March 29, or April 12.

As always, you can schedule regular appointments (1 hour) with Erik Simon through the following link (www.bit.ly/ndgcsappt

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Saturday, March 30, 2019