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Friday, August 26

Africa Working Group Lecture

Jonathon L. Earle
Selwyn College, University of Cambridge

"Benedicto K.M. Kiwanuka & Catholic Conceptualisations of Justice in Twentieth Century Buganda"

12:00 pm – Hesburgh Center Room C103


Monday, August 29

Kellogg Undergraduate Open House

5:30 pm – Hesburgh Center


Tuesday, August 30

Jeff Bergstrand
Professor of Finance,
Kellogg Institute Faculty Fellow, University of Notre Dame

Governance and Globalization

12:30 pm - Hesburgh Center Room C103

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
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4 5

6 - Georges Enderle

Bate Papo Welcome Reception

Creative Writing Workshop

7

8 - Isabela Figueiredo

9 - Roundtable Discussion

10
11 12

13

14 - International Open House

15 - Manolo Vela Castañeda 16 17
18 19

20 - Debra Javeline

Osama Abi Mershed

21 - Cuauhtémoc Cárdenas
CANCELED

22 - International Working Group Open House

23 - Gary Goertz

Development Studies Working Group

24
25 26 - Matteo Calisi

27 - Alexandra GuisingerCANCELED

President Ernest Bia Koroma

Samuel Moyn

 

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29 - Africa Working Group Lecture

Jose Antonio Aguilar

30 - International Law Society Symposium

Africa Working Group Discussion

Pamela Voekel

 

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Tuesday, September 6

Georges Enderle
John T. Ryan Jr. Chair in International Business Ethics,
Kellogg Institute Faculty Fellow, University of Notre Dame

Defining Goodness in Business and Economics

12:30 pm - C103 Hesburgh Center


Tuesday, September 6

Bate Papo Welcome Reception

4:00 pm

Cosponsored with the Portuguese Language Club and the Brazil Club of Notre Dame

Creative Writing Workshop
“The Method is to Write the Unspeakable”
Workshop In Portuguese by Isabela Figueiredo, Visiting Portuguese Writer

4:30 pm - C104/105 Hesburgh Center

Cosponsored with the Luso-American Development Foundation (FLAD), and the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures at the University of Notre Dame


Thursday, September 8

Isabela Figueiredo
Visiting Portuguese Writer

Fat Women: Exclusion and Desire

4:00 pm - C103 Hesburgh Center

Cosponsored with the Luso-American Development Foundation (FLAD), and the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures at the University of Notre Dame


Friday, September 9

Roundtable Discussion
“Caderno de Memórias Coloniais” with Isabela Figueiredo, Visiting Portuguese Writer

Panelists
Pedro S. Pereira
Assistant Professor, Literatures and Cultures of the Portuguese-Speaking World, Ohio State University
"Ecos martinianos no discurso racista dos colonos portugueses de Moçambique em Caderno de Memórias Coloniais de Isabela Figueiredo"
Isabel Ferreira Gould
Assistant Professor of Portuguese; Director, Portuguese Language Program; Kellogg Institute Faculty Fellow, University of Notre Dame
"Pactos e Emendas em Caderno de Memórias Coloniais de Isabela Figueiredo"
Javier Mocarquer, Ph.D.
Literature Candidate, Kellogg Institute Research Fellow in Latin American Literature, University of Notre Dame
"Las Narrativas del Retorno: Literaturas Postcoloniales de Expresión Portuguesa y Española a través de Caderno de Memórias Coloniais de Isabela Figueiredo y La Casa sin Palabras de Ángel García Galiano"

2:00 pm - C104/105 Hesburgh Center

Workshop In Portuguese and Spanish

Cosponsored with the Luso-American Development Foundation (FLAD), and the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures at the University of Notre Dame


Wednesday, September 14

International Open House

4:00 pm – Hesburgh Center


Thursday, September 15

Manolo Vela Castañeda
Associate Professor of Sociology,
Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala
Kellogg Institute Visiting Fellow, University of Notre Dame

The Cold War in Central America - New Findings with Comparative Perspectives (1944-1996)

4:00 pm - C103 Hesburgh Center


Tuesday, September 20

Debra Javeline
Associate Professor of Political Science,
Kellogg Institute Faculty Fellow, Kroc Institute Faculty Fellow, University of Notre Dame

After Violence: Participation over Retaliation in Beslan

12:30 pm - C103 Hesburgh Center

Cosponsored with the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies


Tuesday, September 20

Osama Abi Mershed
Associate Professor of History,
Georgetown University

"The Lords of the Hour: Mountain Sanctuaries and Modes of Resistance in Colonial Algeria"

6:00 pm Hesburgh Center Auditorium

Cosponsored with the Nanovic Institute for European Studies, the Henkels Lecture Series and the Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts, the Arts and Letters Teaching Beyond the Classroom Grant, the Romance Languages Excellence Fund, the Ph.D. in Literature Program, and the Department of History.


Wednesday, September 21

Cuauhtémoc Cárdenas
2010 Notre Dame Prize for Distinguished Public Service in Latin America Laureate
President, Fundación para la Democracia
Mexican Democracy Advocate

“Mexico Today: At the Bicentennial of Independence and Centennial of the Revolution”

CANCELED


Thursday, September 22

International Working Group Open House and Reception

5:00 pm to 6:30 pm – Hesburgh Center Great Hall


Friday, September 23

Gary Goertz
Professor of Political Science, University of Arizona

"Descriptive--Causal Generalizations or 'Empirical Laws' in the Social Sciences: Implications for Peace and Conflict Studies?

12:30 pm – C103 Hesburgh Center

Cosponsored with the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies


Friday, September 23

Development Studies Working Group Meeting

For all graduate students, faculty, and staff interested in discussing development issues at local, regional, and international levels with an interdisciplinary group.

Please contact Brandy St. Laurent at bstlaure@nd.edu for details or with any questions.

1:00 pm - Hesburgh Center Room C104/105


Monday, September 26

Matteo Calisi
President of Catholic Fraternity of Covenant Communities and International Fellowships

“Where has the Spirit gone? And where is it going? The Catholic Charismatic Renewal in the World and Its Impact on Inter-religious Relation”

11:30 am - Geddes Hall Coffee House

Cosponsored with the Ford Family Program in Human Development Studies and Solidarity, the Africa Working Group, the Cushwa Center for the Study of American Catholicism, the Institute for Church Life, and the Nanovic Institute for European Studies


Tuesday, September 27

Alexandra Guisinger
Assistant Professor of Political Science,
Kellogg Institute Faculty Fellow, University of Notre Dame

The Paradox of Stabilization: IMF Programs, Domestic Politics, and Financial Crises

12:30 pm - C103 Hesburgh Center

CANCELED


Tuesday, September 27

Ernest Bia Koroma, President of Sierra Leone

"Faith, Tolerance, and Progress"

4:00 pm - Decio Theatre, DeBartolo Performing Arts Center

This is a free, but ticketed event. Tickets can be picked up at the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center


Tuesday, September 27

Samuel Moyn
Professor in the Department of History and author of “The Last Utopia: Human Rights in History”, Columbia University

“The 1977 Carter Notre Dame Commencement Address in the History of Human Rights”

4:30 pm - Geddes Hall, Andrew’s Auditorium

Cosponsored with the Ford Program in Human Development Studies & Solidarity, the Institute for Scholarship and the Liberal Arts, the Center for Social Concerns, the Center for Civil and Human Rights, the Department of Political Science, the Department of History, and the Jacques Maritain Center


Thursday, September 29

Africa Working Group Lecture

"Understanding Africa: A View From Europe"

Lecture by Horst Koehler, former President of Germany

2:15 pm – Hesburgh Center Auditorium


Thursday, September 29

Jose Antonio Aguilar
Professor of Political Science, CIDE, Mexico

"The Ideological Legacies of Revolution and Liberalism in Mexico"

4:00 pm - C103 Hesburgh Center


Friday, September 30

3rd Annual International Law Society Symposium

"Terrorism After bin Laden"

9:00 am to 3:00 pm - Eck Hall of Law Room 1315

Cosponsored with the Notre Dame International Law Society


Friday, September 30

Africa Working Group Discussion

“Experiencing Africa: Reflections on Undergraduate Research and Service in Africa”

12:30 pm – C104/105 Hesburgh Center


Friday, September 30

Latin American History Working Group Lecture

Pamela Voekel
Associate Professor of History, University of Georgia

“God and Liberty: Catholicism and Democracy in the Atlantic World in the Age of Revolution”

4:30 pm - C103 Hesburgh Center
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
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2

3 - Undergraduate Information Meeting

4 - Symposium: Transitions to Democracy and the Arab Spring

Daniel Alarcon

5

6 - Robert Dowd and Clark Gibson

Ford Program Discussions on Development

7 - Africa Working Group Lecture 8
9 10

11 - Guillermo Trejo

Christopher Barrett
CANCELED

12 - Andrew Baker

Marcio da Costa
CANCELED

13 - Maria Otero 14 15
16 17 18

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20

21 22
23

24 - Ford Program Discussions on Development

25 - Fernando Batista

Film Screening, “Nuestros Desaparecidos”

26 - Latin American Studies Program (LASP) Reception

27

28 - Development Studies Working Group Meeting 29
30 - STLILLA - Symposium on Teaching and Learning Indigenous Languages of Latin America 31 - STLILLA - Symposium on Teaching and Learning Indigenous Languages of Latin America          

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Monday, October 3

Undergraduate Information Meeting Internships, Fellowships and Grants
Freshmen, sophomores and juniors, plan to attend this session to learn more about Kellogg's various internships, awards and grants. Previous recipients will talk about their summer experiences and offer advice about how to apply and where to travel.

6:00 pm - Hesburgh Center Auditorium


Tuesday October 4

Symposium: Transitions to Democracy and the Arab Spring: Does Latin American Hold Lessons for the Middle East?

1:00 pm to 6:00 pm – Hesburgh Center Auditorium


Tuesday, October 4

"At Night We Walk in Circles"

A Novel-in-Progress, Reading and Q & A, and Book Signing by Daniel Alarcon

7:00 pm - DeBartolo Performing Arts Center, Decio Mainstage Theatre

Cosponsored with the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures, the Worldview Initiative through the Office of the President, the Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts, the Institute for Latino Studies, the Graduate School, and Creative Writing.


Thursday, October 6

Rev. Robert Dowd, CSC and Clark Gibson

Rev. Robert Dowd, CSC
Assistant Professor of Political Science,
Director, Ford Family Program in Human Development Studies and Solidarity,
Kellogg Institute Faculty Fellow, University of Notre Dame

Clark Gibson
Professor and Chair, Department of Political Science
Director, Center for the Study of African Political Economy
Director, International Studies Program
University of California, San Diego

"To Vote or Not to Vote: Social Pressure and Turnout in Uganda"

12:30 pm - C103 Hesburgh Center


Thursday, October 6

Ford Program Discussions on Development

Alumni in the Field

Winifred Fitzgerald '83
Madagascar Country Representative/Senior Resident Advisor, Better U Foundation

Clark Gibson '83
Department of Political Science, University of California, San Diego

Madeleine Philbin '81
Regional Director, Midwest, Catholic Relief Services

6:30 pm - Eck Visitor's Center Auditorium

Cosponsored by the Alumni Association


Friday, October 7

Africa Working Group Lecture

“Landscape Memory in Oral Traditions of Western Serengeti, Tanzania and Current Wildlife Conservation Debates”

Lecture by Jan Shetler, Professor of History, Goshen College

12:00 pm – B036 Geddes Hall


Tuesday, October 11

Guillermo Trejo

"Insurgencies in Hybrid Regimes: Regime Reversion Threats and the Escalation of Protest into Rebellion in Latin America"

12:30 pm - C103


Tuesday, October 11

Christopher Barrett

CANCELED


Wednesday, October 12

Andrew Baker

"Understanding Anti-Americanism in Latin America"

10:30 am - C103


Wednesday, October 12

Marcio da Costa
Professor of Sociology of Education,
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

CANCELED


Thursday, October 13

Maria Otero
United States Under Secretary for Democracy and Global Affairs

“Democracy and Human Development”

4:15 pm - Hesburgh Center Auditorium


Monday, October 24

Ford Program Discussions on Development

Re-imagining Accompaniment: Global Health and Liberation Theology

A Dialogue with

Rev. Gustavo Gutiérrez, OP
John Cardinal O'Hara Professor of Theology
Kellogg Institute Faculty Fellow

Dr. Paul Farmer
Kolokotrones University Professor, Harvard University
Cofounder, Partners In Health
7:00 pm - 101 Debartolo Hall

Cosponsored by: Center for Health Sciences Advising, Center for Social Concerns, Department of Theology, Eck Institute for Global Health


Tuesday, October 25

Fernando Batista
National Commission of Human Rights, Mexico

"Migration and Human Rights in Mexico"

7:00 pm - C103 Hesburgh Center


Tuesday, October 25

Film Screening, “Nuestros Desaparecidos” (Our Disappeared)

Followed by dialogue with Juan Mandelbaum, Argentine Documentary Director

7:00 pm - Eck Center Auditorium

Cosponsored with the Latin American Studies Program (LASP), the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures, the Henkels Lecture Fund, the Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts, the College of Arts and Letters, the Graduate School, and the Center for Civil and Human Rights.


Wednesday, October 26

Latin American Studies Program (LASP) Reception

6:00 pm – Hesburgh Center Great Hall


Friday, October 28

Development Studies Working Group Meeting

For all graduate students, faculty, and staff interested in discussing development issues at local, regional, and international levels with an interdisciplinary group.

1:00 pm - C102 Hesburgh Center

Please contact Brandy St. Laurent at bstlaure@nd.edu for details or with any questions.


Sunday, October 30 – Wednesday, November 2

STLILLA - Symposium on Teaching and Learning Indigenous Languages of Latin America

Hesburgh Center

 

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
   

1 - El Dia de los Muertos

STLILLA - Symposium on Teaching and Learning Indigenous Languages of Latin America

2 - STLILLA - Symposium on Teaching and Learning Indigenous Languages of Latin America

3

4

5
6

7 - Crisis of the Euro Zone

Haiti Working Group Lecture

8 9 - Asia and Asian Studies Working Group Meeting 10 - Patience Kabamba
CANCELED

11 - Development Studies Working Group Meeting

Latin American History Working Group Lecture

12

13

14 - Learning Kanji: Learner Perceptions and Strategies 15 - Varieties of Democracy: A Report on the Pilot Study

16 - The Church in Africa in Reconciliation, Justice and Peace

17 - Roy March

Victoria Tin-bor Hui

18 - Africa Working Group Lecture

Expanding Global Knowledge & Connections: Research and Curricular Resources for East Asian Studies

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20 21 22 - Pol Antrás 23 24 25 26
27 28

29 - Noam Lupu

Film Screening “Sex and Money: A National Search for Human Worth”

30 - Ford Program Discussions on Development      

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Sunday, October 30 – Wednesday, November 2

STLILLA - Symposium on Teaching and Learning Indigenous Languages of Latin America

Hesburgh Center


Tuesday, November 1

El Dia de los Muertos
Day of the Dead Celebration with Ofrenda

6:00 pm

Great Hall and Auditorium, Hesburgh Center

Cosponsored by the Kellogg Institute for International Studies, the Latin American Studies Program (LASP), the Institute for Latino Studies, and the Snite Museum of Art


Monday, November 7

Crisis of the Euro

Panel Discussion

Jeffrey Bergstrand
Professor of Finance and Kellogg Institute Faculty Fellow
Robert Fishman
Professor of Sociology and Kellogg and Nanovic Institute Faculty Fellow
Alexandra Guisinger
Assistant Professor of Political Science and Kellogg Institute Faculty Fellow
Sebastian Rosato
Assistant Professor of Political Science and Nanovic Institute Faculty Fellow

4:30 pm - Hesburgh Center Auditorium

Cosponsored with the Nanovic Institute for European Studies


Monday, November 7

Haiti Working Group Lecture

Karen Richman
Director, Center for Migration and Border Studies at the Institute for Latino Studies
Kellogg Institute Faculty Fellow

"Run from the Earthquake, Fall into the Abyss: A Leogane Paradox"

6:00 pm - C104/105 Hesburgh Center


Wednesday, November 9

Asia and Asian Studies Working Group Meeting

For all graduate students, faculty, and staff interested in Asia and Asian Studies. Please contact Cole Carnesecca at ccarnese@nd.edu for details or with any questions.

2:00 pm -C104/105 Hesburgh Center


Thursday, November 10

Patience Kabamba
Lecturer, Department of Anthropology,
University of Johannesburg,
Kellogg Institute Visiting Fellow, University of Notre Dame

“New Forms of Life from the Debris of the Congolese State”
CANCELED


Friday, November 11

Development Studies Working Group Meeting

For all graduate students, faculty, and staff interested in discussing development issues at local, regional, and international levels with an interdisciplinary group.

1:00 pm - C104/105 Hesburgh Center

Please contact Brandy St. Laurent at bstlaure@nd.edu for details or with any questions.


Friday, November 11

Latin American History Working Group Lecture

“Violeta Chamorro as the Mother of the Nation: Reshaping National Symbols and Legitimating a Peace-Making Process in Nicaragua. (1990-1997)”

Susy Sánchez
Ph.D. Candidate, History, University of Notre Dame

4:30 pm - C102 Hesburgh Center


Monday, November 14

Yoshiko Mori
Associate Professor, Japanese Language
Coordinator, Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures
Georgetown University

“Learning Kanji: Learner Perceptions and Strategies”

3:00 pm - Hesburgh Center Auditorium

Cosponsored with East Asian Languages and Cultures


Tuesday, November 15

Panel Discussion with Michael Coppedge, John Gerring, and Staffan Lindberg

Michael Coppedge
Professor of Political Science,
Kellogg Institute Faculty Fellow, University of Notre Dame

John Gerring
Professor of Political Science,
Boston University
Kellogg Institute Visiting Fellow, University of Notre Dame

Staffan Lindberg
Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Florida (on leave)
Research Director, World Values Survey Project, Sweden
Research Fellow, Quality of Government Institute,
Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Gothenburg, Sweden

Varieties of Democracy: A Report on the Pilot Study

12:30 pm - C103 Hesburgh Center


Wednesday, November 16

Discussion of “The Church in Africa in Reconciliation, Justice and Peace”

Fr. A. E. Orobater, Book’s Editor

Fr. Joseph Healey, Maryknoll Priest

Sr. Anne Arabome, Nigerian Sister

12:00 pm - Geddes Hall, Center for Social Concerns

http://centerforsocialconcerns.nd.edu/about/UpcomingEvents.shtml#AFRICA

Cosponsored with the Center for Social Concerns


Thursday, November 17

Roy March
President, Senior Partner, Eastdil Realty, LLC

"Doing Business Doing Good"

12:30 pm - C104/105 Hesburgh Center


Thursday, November 17

Victoria Tin-bor Hui
Assistant Professor of Political Science,
University of Notre Dame

What Does Chinese History Tell Us About China's Rise?

4:00 pm - C103 Hesburgh Center


Friday, November 18

Africa Working Group Lecture

"Gooood Morning Timbuktu: The Impact of Radio on Political Mobilization in Mali"

Lecture by Jaimie Bleck, Ford Family Assistant Professor of Political Science; Kellogg Institute Faculty Fellow, University of Notre Dame

12:00 pm – Hesburgh Center Room C104/105


Friday, November 18

Expanding Global Knowledge & Connections: Research and Curricular Resources for East Asian Studies

1:30pm-3:30pm - C103 Hesburgh Center


Tuesday, November 22

Pol Antrás
Professor of Economics, Harvard University

"Organizing the Global Value Chain

12:30 pm – C103 Hesburgh Center

Tuesday, November 29

Noam Lupu
Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Wisconsin–Madison
Kellogg Institute Visiting Fellow, University of Notre Dame

"Brand Dilution and the Breakdown of Political Parties in Latin America"

12:30 pm - C103 Hesburgh Center


Tuesday, November 29

Film Screening “Sex and Money: A National Search for Human Worth

7:00 pm - Geddes Hall, Andrews Auditorium

Cosponsored with Center for Social Concerns, ND-8, and Inspire


Wednesday, November 30

Ford Program Discussions on Development

Carolyn Nordstrom
Professor of Anthropology
Kellogg Institute Faculty Fellow

"Human Trafficking and Development"

7:00 pm - Hesburgh Center Room C103

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
        1 - William French

2 - Africa Working Group Lecture

Latin American History Working Group Lecture

3 - Development Day
4 5 - Cultural Difference and Social Change Colloquium

6 - Matthew Ingram

7 - Africa Working Group Lecture

Asia and Asian Studies Working Group

8 - Notre Dame Prize 9 10
11 12

13 - Development Studies Working Group

14 - Mexico Working Group Meeting 15 16 17
18 19 20 21 22 23 24
25 26 27 28 29 30 31

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Thursday, December 1

William French
Professor of History, University of British Columbia

"'Receive this Heart Dead:' Love, Literacies and the Law in Porfirian and Revolutionary Northern Mexico"

4:00 pm – C103 Hesburgh Center


Friday, December 2

Africa Working Group Lecture

“Scare Tactics: Images of Health, Illness, and Death in Ghanaian AIDS Campaigns”

Lecture by Terence McDonnell, Assistant Professor of Sociology; Kellogg Institute Faculty Fellow, University of Notre Dame

12:00 pm – C104/105 Hesburgh Center


Friday, December 2

Latin American History Working Group Lecture

"Andean Warriors: Military Masculinity in Cold Ware Peru (1960s-1990s)"

Lecture by Lourdes Hurtado, Dissertation Year Fellow, History, University of Notre Dame

4:30 pm - C102 Hesburgh Center


Saturday, December 3

Development Day
Hesburgh Center


Monday, December 5

Cultural Difference and Social Change Colloquium
"When You and I Meet: Student Encounters with International Experience and Research"

Student Presentations by
Elizabeth Andrews – The Libyan-Tunisian Border as a Case Study of Refugee Crisis
Krystal Brady – Relationship Aspects of Maternal Health Care in Uganda
Rosabelle Conover – Liberation in El Salvador: Gender Rights and Civil War
Erin Hallagan – Crossing Borders: Migration from Central America to El Norte
Katelyn Melloh – Exploring Traditional Andean Medicine in Peru
Hanna O'Brien – Challenges in Ugandan Palliative Care and its Relation to Disease-Modifying Services
Rose Raderstorf – Finding Hope in Honduras
Ilse Zenteno – Bolivia Exposed: Encountering Structured Inequalities
Diane Zielinski – One-Child Policy in China

Students will share stories and photos from their travels.

5:00 PM to 7:30 PM - Geddes Hall Auditorium


Tuesday, December 6

Matthew Ingram
Assistant Professor of Political Science
University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth
Kellogg Institute Visiting Fellow, University of Notre Dame

"Networked Justice: Judges, Ideational Contagion, and Legal Reform Movements in Mexico"

12:30 pm – C103 Hesburgh Center


Wednesday, December 7

Africa Working Group Lecture

Charlotte Walker-Said
Human Rights Program
University of Chicago
“Francophonie and Sex Trafficking: African Migration, Sex Slavery, and Sexual Categories of Labor”

12:00 pm - C103 Hesburgh Center


Wednesday, December 7

Asia and Asian Studies Working Group Meeting

For all graduate students, faculty, and staff interested in Asia and Asian Studies. Please contact Cole Carnesecca at ccarnese@nd.edu for details or with any questions.

2:00 pm - C104/105 Hesburgh Center


Thursday, December 8

Notre Dame Prize for Distinguished Public Service in Latin America Ceremony

Cap-Haïtien, Haiti


Tuesday, December 13

Development Studies Working Group Meeting

For all graduate students, faculty, and staff interested in discussing development issues at local, regional, and international levels with an interdisciplinary group.

1:00 pm - C102 Hesburgh Center

Please contact Brandy St. Laurent at bstlaure@nd.edu for details or with any questions.


Wednesday, December 14

Mexico Working Group Meeting

For all graduate students, faculty, and staff interested in discussing topics surrounding Mexico with an interdisciplinary group.

12:00 pm - C104/105 Hesburgh Center

Please contact J. Esteban Manteca M. at jmanteca@nd.edu for details or with any questions.