Event Calendar

28 January, 2015

Wednesday 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

"Walking the Camino" (Film)

Browning Cinema, DeBartolo Performing Arts Center

Walking the Camino

Walking the Camino is an up-close look at one of humanity’s most time-honored traditions. By following pilgrims from all walks of life as they attempt to cross an entire country on foot with only a backpack, a pair of boots and an open mind, we witness the Camino’s magnetic and miraculous power to change lives. Driven by an inexplicable calling and a grand sense of adventure, each pilgrim throws themselves heart-and-soul into their physical trek to Santiago and, most importantly, their personal journey to themselves. … More +

1 February, 2015

Sunday, All Day

Exhbit: Natalia Goncharova’s Mystical Images of War, 1914

Snite Museum of Art

This exhibition presents a dramatic portfolio of fourteen lithographs by the Russian avant-garde artist Natalia Goncharova (1881–1962) from the Hesburgh Libraries Collection. Published in the fall of 1914, the lithographs represent one of the earliest and most profound artistic responses to the outbreak of the Great War. They tell an epic and "mystical" story about the eternal struggle between good and evil, destruction and redemption, in which national, traditional, religious, apocalyptic, and contemporary images are intertwined. … More +

10 February, 2015

Tuesday 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM

Beyond Conflict: The Power of Shared Experience

1140 Eck Hall of Law


Tim Phillips is a pioneer in the field of conflict resolution and reconciliation and co-founder of Beyond Conflict, a global non-profit initiative founded in 1992. … More +

Tuesday 8:00 PM - 9:30 PM

Stephane Wrembel and his Band

Legends of Notre Dame

Stephane Wrembel and His Band


French-born guitarist/composer Stephane Wrembel, who learned his craft among the Gypsies at campsites in the French countryside, returns with his band to Notre Dame.

The concert is free and open to all Notre Dame faculty and students.  (Space is limited.)

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11 February, 2015

Wednesday 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

GERMANY: A film by Olivier Morel

DeBartolo Hall, Room 131

Germany, a film by Olivier Morel

“Germany as told by writers Christoph Hein, Wladimir Kaminer, Emine Sevgi Özdamar, & Bernhard Schlink” (ARTE France, 2014) focuses on how renowned contemporary writers living in Germany and writing in German are interacting with the country’s history in their personal, public, and creative lives. … More +

20 February, 2015

Friday 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM

"Force Majeure" (Film)

Browning Cinema, DeBartolo Performing Arts Center

A favorite at the 2014 Cannes Festival, this wickedly funny and precisely observed psychodrama tells the story of a model Swedish family—handsome businessman Tomas, his willowy wife Ebba and their two children—on a skiing holiday in the French Alps. During lunch at a mountainside restaurant, an avalanche suddenly bears down on the resort sending people fleeing in all directions. With his wife and children in state of panic, Tomas makes a decision that will shake his marriage to its core and leave him struggling to reclaim his role as family patriarch. … More +

26 February, 2015

Thursday 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Graduate Student Social

211 Brownson Hall (at the Nanovic Institute)

All graduate students from all disciplines with an interest in European Studies are invited to the Nanovic Graduate Student Social on Thursday, February 26 from 4 to 6 pm in 211 Brownson Hall. We’ll have delicious food and beverages, plus the Nanovic Institute is giving away free review copies from our Laura Shannon Prize in Contemporary European StudiesMore +

19 March, 2015

Thursday 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Guest Speaker: Marijeta Bozovic (Yale University), “Radical Poetics in Putin’s Russia”

140 DeBartolo Hall


Marijeta Bozovic is Assistant Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures at Yale University, and the author of Nabokov’s CanonFrom Onegin to Ada (forthcoming with Northwestern University Press). Her second book project, Avant-Garde Post– : Radical Poetics After the Soviet Union, examines the recent resurgence of politically engaged poetic practices in Moscow and St. Petersburg. Linking poets like Kirill Medvedev and Dmitry Golynko to the historical avant-gardes of the 1910s and 1920s, on the one hand, and Western influences such as Charles Bukowski and the American L-A-N-G-U-A-G-E school, on the other, Prof. Bozovic will shed light on the experiments and dreams of futurity of the contemporary Russian neo-avant-garde. … More +

26 March, 2015

Thursday, All Day

Conference: The Bible, Narrative, and Modernity

Notre Dame Conference Center (McKenna Hall)

The Bible, Narrative, and Modernity
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The Bible, Narrative, and Modernity joins an already rich interdisciplinary project at Notre Dame that seeks to reimagine the relationship between Religion and Literature. Focusing on the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, this symposium seeks to upend the common characterization of this period as increasingly secular.  A graduate student symposium sponsored by the Nanovic Institute for European Studies with additional support from Religion and Literature (journal), Nineteenth-Century Contexts (journal), and the Department of English.

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