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ND Experts: Strong Sanctions Needed Against North Korea

Author: Arts and Letters

Tough new sanctions, which the United Nations Security Council is preparing to impose on North Korea as early as June 12, are a necessary response to that country’s repeated defiance of nuclear nonproliferation agreements, said Notre Dame sanctions experts David Cortright and George A. Lopez.

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Faculty Honored With Awards at President's Dinner

Author: Arts and Letters

Professor Valerie L. Sayers, who helped develop the University’s successful Creative Writing Program, was among 11 Notre Dame faculty members honored at the University’s annual President’s Dinner, receiving the 2009 Faculty Award. Several other Arts and Letters faculty were recognized, as well.

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Reconciliation Focus of Workshops in Burundi

Author: Arts and Letters

At a spiritual retreat center overlooking Bujumburu on the shores of Lake Tanganyika, Daniel Philpott, associate professor of political science, recently led workshops on political reconciliation for leaders of Burundi’s Catholic Church.

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Bengal Bouts Documentary About More Than Boxing

Author: Arts and Letters

Categories: General News

Senior Mark Weber describes Notre Dame’s annual Bengal Bouts boxing tournament not in terms of rings and gloves but as “a great tradition of young men giving their blood and sweat in the fight against global poverty.”

If you’re thinking this sounds like a film just waiting to be made, then you’re thinking like Weber.…

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Graubart Awarded ACLS and NEH Fellowships

Author: Arts and Letters

Karen Graubart, associate professor of history and director of the Latin American Studies Program, was awarded a fellowship from the American Council of Learned Societies and a residential fellowship funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities…

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