Lectures and Events
The Institute sponsors a wide variety of lectures in European studies at Notre Dame’s campus in South Bend and abroad in the university’s Global Gateways in Dublin, London, and Rome. Distinguished lectures comprise the Nanovic Forum, the Keeley Vatican Lecture, the Barrett Lecture (in Dublin), and the annual Shannon Prize Lecture at Notre Dame. Faculty at Notre Dame also invite lecturers in European studies from outside the university with the Institute’s financial support.
8 September, 2015Tuesday, All Day
The Nanovic Institute (211 Brownson Hall)
Please review and follow all grant guidelines prior to submitting the online application. Contact the student coordinator, Jen Fulton, at email@example.com regarding questions or advice.
11 September, 2015Friday, All Day
University of Notre Dame
A multi-disciplinary exploration of the cultural, social, religious, political, and legal dimensions of early modern Europe that push beyond traditional geographical and temporal categories. The conference will take place September 11-12, 2015 along with a curated exhibition on the Holy Roman Empire in Special Collections. … More +
14 September, 2015Monday 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Private Dining Rooms, The Morris Inn
Manuel Lucena-Giraldo (Madrid, 1961) is Senior Research Fellow in the Spanish Council for Scientific Research and Professor of Humanities in IE Business School/IE University. His lecture "Imperfect Visions of Imperial Pasts: Reflections on European Empires" is sponsored by the Department of History.
… More +
17 September, 2015Thursday 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
30 September, 2015Wednesday 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
The Morris Inn