The Department of Political Science recently awarded Alice Ciciora the Helen Kellogg Institute Prize for the best senior thesis in Comparative Politics.
In the summer of 2007, the Nanovic Institute funded a research project in South Tyrol (Italy) for Phillip Alday, which ultimately blossomed into his senior thesis in German. That same line of research recently caused Phillip to be accepted to Ideas of Europe/Ideas for Europe, an international conference sponsored by...
Nanovic facutly fellow Susannah Monta is visiting the humanities campus of our Catholic University partner school Pázmány Péter Catholic University in Piliscsaba, Hungary (April 30-May 5). Monta, an associate professor in English, will lecture on Belief in Shakespeare’s Theatre…
Karl Ameriks, McMahon-Hank Professor of Philosophy at the University of Notre Dame and Nanovic Institute Faculty Fellow, has been elected a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (AAAS).
In mid-February, Notre Dame became the first stop on the United States tour of an exhibit that had already triggered in Europeans varied recollections and reflections about the experience of war and the vocation of writing. Visitors to the mezzanine level of the Hesburgh Library might have been drawn into...
Channels-ND, the University’s exclusive cable television service, has introduced a new German TV network
Faculty Fellow Don Kommers, emeritus professor of Law and Joseph and Elizabeth Robbie Professor of Political Science, was recently interviewed in the German newspaper Die Welt after lecturing at Heidelberg University.
Notre Dame’s Department of German and Russian Languages and Literatures launches a new website.
Nanovic faculty fellow Vittorio Hösle has been named director of the Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study.
The President Abruzzo Region, Gianni Chiodi, was informed of the Nanovic Institute Flash Panel: Terra Tremuit scheduled for April 15th.
Prince Radu of Romania announces his candidacy to the Presidential Election of 2009 in Romania. The Nanovic Institute for European Studies hosted Prince Radu at the University of Notre Dame in February 2006.
Faculty fellow Krupali Uplekar journeyed this March with her class of fourth-year architecture students to Romania to document unique Transylvanian Saxon villages…
Ambassador John Bruton comments on the equality between women and men in the European Union.
Marc Crépon, a professor at École Normale Supérieure in Paris and researcher at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), will present the University of Notre Dame’s 2008-09 Nanovic Institute Distinguished European Lecture on “The Culture of the Enemy: A Critique of Huntington from Freud and Nietzsche” at 8...
The DeBartolo Performing Arts Center unveils its 2009-10 visiting artist season, including Cristina Branco, which is co-sponsored by the Nanovic Institute.
Exploring the path of the Holocaust in Europe brings new insights to students and the way that history is taught.
The Nanovic Institute for European Studies is helping to sponsor “London Symposium,” a new series designed to promote transnational, interdisciplinary scholarship on topics of geopolitical significance at Notre Dame’s London Centre.
The European Union and the United States have both seen a marked deterioration in their economic health in recent months. But amid all the doom and gloom, a significant milestone was reached…
Seven films supported by the EU’s MEDIA film program will compete in thirteen categories at the film Academy Awards this Sunday.
Emily Doll discussed her research at the 33rd Annual Women in German Conference.