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Haitian Studies Association 26th Annual Conference
Migration, Crossing Boundaries, Paths Forward

November 6-8, 2014

Notre Dame at HSA

The Kellogg Institute for International Studies is delighted to welcome members of the Haitian Studies Association (HSA) to the University of Notre Dame, which has the honor of hosting the HSA’s 26th annual conference.

We are excited by the opportunity to highlight the strong interest in Haiti on the Notre Dame campus. Here’s a snapshot of what the University community is offering during Haitithe conference:

  • 13 panels featuring presentations by Notre Dame faculty and students from a range of schools and departments

  • Tours of the E2E Expo—a prototype of innovative, disaster-resistant housing for Haiti

  • Cultural events, including an art exhibit and film screenings

  • Photo exhibit, featuring the results of a Haiti photo contest open to University students, faculty, staff, and alumni  

Notre Dame Co-sponsors

Alliance for Catholic Education :: Center for Social Concerns :: College of Science :: DeBartolo Performing Arts Center :: Department of Africana Studies :: Department of American Studies :: Department of Anthropology :: Department of Psychology :: Department of Romance Languages :: E2E: Engineering to Empower :: Eck Institute for Global Health :: Institute for Latino Studies :: Notre Dame International :: Snite Museum





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