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.
21 April, 2015Tuesday 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
“The Blood of the Martyrs ‘Seed of the Church’ Yesterday and Today: Martyrdom in the Early Churches and the Armenian Genocide.”
Geddess Hall, Room 300
22 April, 2015Wednesday 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
McGlinn Room, Visitation Hall
Francesco Pitassio, Associate Professor at the Università degli Studi di Udine and Notre Dame’s Italian Fulbright Scholar for spring 2015, will deliver a lunchtime lecture on "Italian Post-war Contradictory Memories: A Cinematic Look."
The lecture is free and open to all. Lunch will be available while supplies last. … More +
The Grotto (Rain location: Alumni Hall Chapel)
Led by Armenian Priest Der Hovhan, with participation of Syriac Priest Fr. Joseph Amar and Holy Cross Priests. … More +
23 April, 2015Thursday, All Day
Eck Visitors Center
A Conference in Honor of James Turner
April 23-25, 2015
University of Notre Dame
Keynote Address: Christianity and Philology: The Story of a Complicated Marriage … More +
Anthony Grafton, Henry Putnam University Professor, Princeton University
118 O'Shaughnessy Hall
The University of Notre Dame is celebrating the 400th anniversary of Don Quixote with a series of academic events exploring the impact of this influential work of literature from the Spanish Golden Age.
Graduate Student Colloquium (April 23)
Location: 118 O’Shaughnessy Hall at 3:30 - 6:30 p.m.
Mayra Almeida, Thomas Mann, Natalia Ríos, Marisol Fonseca, Laura Fernández, Alejandro Castrillon, Leila Vieira and Paola Uparela … More +