We welcome you to the University of Notre Dame for the annual celebration of Junior Parents Weekend. Unfortunately, with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic still lingering, we are currently planning to transition to a virtual JPW celebration in order to ensure that all of our classmates and their families remain safe and healthy.
Sunday, March 7, 2021
Monday, March 8, 2021
This conversation is part of The State of Science: Conversations with Holden Thorp series.
Tuesday, March 9, 2021
Vittorio G. Hösle, Paul Kimball Professor of Arts and Letters, Department of German and Russian Languages and Literatures, Concurrent Professor of Philosophy and of Political Science will present this lecture.
Lyle Rexer is a New York–based writer, curator, and art critic. He is a contributor to Photograph magazine, and has written for many others including Art in America, Aperture, and Modern Painters.
Wednesday, March 10, 2021
Professor emeritus in the Department of Jewish Thought at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and author of Physics and Metaphysics in Hasdai Crescas, Prof. Zev Harvey will address a key question in Moses Maimonides's codification of medieval Jewish theology: What is the nature of our emotional obligation to the divine?
Warren Zev Harvey will address a key question in Moses Maimonides's codification of medieval Jewish theology: What is the nature of our emotional obligation to the divine?
Leander Lacy, Lacy Consulting Services, will discuss his research on the topic of trust and how it applies to the sustainability field through 4 pillars. This webinar is hosted by Women in Sustainability and will provide insight into why it's important as sustainability experts to have trust in our field, especially with all of our stakeholders.
Thursday, March 11, 2021
Ai-jen Poo, Cofounder and Executive Director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance, will speak on "Advancing Visibility, Dignity and Rights for Domestic Workers" as part of Asian American Distinguished Speaker Series.
Friday, March 12, 2021
Michelangelo Landgrave, UCR, will present this lecture.
This webinar commemorates the Winter Soldier Investigation organized by Vietnam Veterans Against the War 50 years ago, as well as similar hearings planned by Iraq Veterans Against the War 37 years later.
Applications for 2021-2022 Distinguished Graduate Fellowships are due by 11:59 p.m. on Friday, March 12, 2021. Applications should be submitted to the NDIAS's online portal.
This new opportunity provides graduate fellows from the College of Arts and Letters with premium stipends, robust research programming, and professional development during the 2021-2022 academic year. More information about the program is available here…
Monday, March 15, 2021
Join us for a series of monthly conversations that will engage students from Catholic Universities to include Notre Dame, Georgetown, Catholic University, Northwestern, Japanese universities partner and more, in a series of monthly discussions focused on the Catholic approach to nuclear weapons and can include topics to include the moral implications of using the bomb, the current and critical nuclear issue such as the escalation and modernization of nuclear arsenals, the New Start Treaty, and what can be done to move forward toward the Papal vision of “nuclear zero.”
Tuesday, March 16, 2021
Join the Nanovic Institute for an engaging discussion with celebrated Le Monde journalist Nabil Wakim about his book L'Arabe pour tous. Pourquoi ma langue est taboue en France (Arabic for All: Why My Language Is Taboo in France), which tackles the intricate balance between his heritage language and the language of his residence, France. His testimony brings to light a familiar discourse countless bilingual speakers and heritage speakers face around the following question: which language is truly mine and which do I privilege for discourse?
Sarah C. M. Paine is William S. Sims University Professor of History and Grand Strategy in the Strategy & Policy Department of the U.S. Naval War College.
Wednesday, March 17, 2021
Will Alexander works in multiple genres. In addition to being a poet, he is also a novelist, essayist, aphorist, playwright, philosopher, visual artist, and pianist.
Thursday, March 18, 2021
The series Ireland's Generation X? continues, with this month's conversation one between Professor Barry McCrea, Keough Family Chair of Irish Studies at the University of Notre Dame, and the writer Paul Murray.
Charlene Villaseños Black, the ILS 2021 Distinguished Scholar and mentor to the scholars selected to participate in the Young Scholars Symposium, will present a virtual lecture titled Thinking about Migration through Latinx Art.
This lecture traces the activities of religious impostors, pious robbers, repentant smugglers, and multi-religious gangs, who populated the thirteenth- and fourteenth-century western Mediterranean. Rather than outlaws or “enemies of all,” Fancy argues that these figures were central to the making of the late medieval Mediterranean.
Jen Everett will exhibit her work in the Riley Hall Photography Gallery from March 5 to April 2, 2021. She will also give a virtual lecture titled "Redoubled/Something We Carry" on Thursday, March 18, at 6:30 pm EST.
Friday, March 19, 2021
In connection with the 2021 Dante centenary, the Devers Program in Dante Studies and the Center for Italian Studies are organizing a year-long lecture series. The aim of the series is to assess the ways in which Dante has impacted the literary and popular culture of the United States.