Conferences, Symposia, and Workshops

The Nanovic Institute supports conferences and symposia at Notre Dame and the Notre Dame Global Gateways for Nanovic fellows as well as Notre Dame faculty and graduate students.

Faculty

1968 in Europe and Latin America - April 2018

Changing Histories of the State - March 2018

Revolutionizing the Age of Revolutions - December 2017

Communities of Laughter: Comedy and the Making of the Nation - November 2017

EUROCENTRISM: Retrospect and Prospects: An International and Interdisciplinary Colloquium - July 2017

Slave Narratives in British And French America, 1700–1848 - July 2017

Early Modern British and Irish Catholicism - June 2017

Music and the Middlebrow - June 2017

Theater and Politics in the Early Modern Age - April 2017

The Quest for Consonance: Theology and the Natural Sciences - April 2017

Citizens and the State in Authoritarian Regimes - March 2017

The Primacy of Relationship and the Challenge of the Migrant - January 2017

Reframing 1916 - London: Lecture with Charles Townshend, FBA - October 2016

Classics and Irish Politics 1916-2016  - June 2016

Console-ing Passions - June 2016

The Promise of the Vatican Library - May 2016

Agency, Persons, and Kant - April 2016

2016 National Meeting of the American Conference for Irish Studies: The Worlding of Irish Studies - March 30 - April 3, 2016

Russia’s Great Democratic Revolution, February – October 1917: A Centennial Reappraisal - University of Notre Dame Global Gateway in Rome - March 2016

Shakespeare Theatre Association 26th Annual Conference with the First Folio Exhibit at Notre Dame  - January 2016

Transcending Orthodoxies: Reexamining Academic Freedom in Religiously-Affiliated Universities - October 2015

Beyond Tradition: Rethinking Early Modern Europe - September 2015

Early Modern Catholics in the British Isles and Europe: Integration or Separation? - July 2015

Safeguarding the Musical Traditions of Eastern Christianity - May 2015

Humanities & Divinity: Reckoning with Intellectual and Religious History - April 2015

Conceptions of Philology - September 2014

John Thelwall at 250: Medicine, Literature, and Reform in London, ca. 1764-1834 - July 2014

The Digital Future of World Heritage - April 2014

Circulating French in the Classroom / Le Français bouge en classe - October 2013

Anglophilia and the British Constitution in Central Europe 1700-2000 - October 2013

Civilizational Formation: The Carolingian and 'Abbāsid Eras - April 2013

James MacMillan and the Musical Modes of Mary and the Cross - September 2012

The Hospitable Text: New Approaches to Religion & Literature - July 2011

Terrorism, Martyrdom, and Religion: European Perspectives in Global Context - April 2011

Eric Gill and the Guild of Saint Joseph & Saint Dominic - November 2009

The Place of Islam in Contemporary European Literature - November 2009

The Fall of the Wall and Its Implications Twenty Years Later - October 2009

Alexander Pushkin and Russian National Identity: Taboo Texts, Topics, Interpretations - January 2009

New Paradigms for Revolutionary Studies: French-American Colloquium - October 2008

EUROPEAN IDENTITIES? Regionalism, Nationalism, and Religion - October 2008

Conference on Church-State Relations and Religious Liberty: Comparative Perspectives - September 2008

Terrorism in Europe: Lessons for America - March 2007

The Year of the Euro - December 2002

Graduate Student

Theorizing Human Nature: Bridge, Barrier, or Both? - February 2018

God, Virtue, & Moral Absolutes: Anscombe’s “Modern Moral Philosophy” at 60 - January 2018

The Common Good as Common Project - March 2017

From Courts of Sports to Courts of Justice - March 2017

Vagantes Conference on Medieval Studies - March 2017

Poetic Philosophers and Philosophical Poets: The Relationship between Philosophy and Poetry in the Ancient World - October 2016

Classics and/in Performance - October 2015

The Bible, Narrative, and Modernity - March 2015

The Geographic Imagination - February 2014

Moving on Beyond the 'Land of the Three Cultures': Re-Thinking Medieval Iberia - September 2013

Translating Realism: The Nature and Emergence of Contemporary French Thought - May 2013

Church-State Relations and Religious Liberty: Comparative Perspectives - March 2012

Italian Identities - Dialects, Minorities, Literatures - March 2012 

From the Glorious Revolution to the European Union: Connections Between the Britain, Ireland, and the Continent - March 2012

Kant and the Exact Sciences - September 2011

New Conversations on Bonhoeffer's Theology - April 2011

From Iberian Kingdoms to Atlantic Empires: Spain, Portugal, and the New World, 1250-1700 - September 2010

Weltliteratur: Crossing Boundaries - March 2010

The Center Cannot Hold - October 2009

Hegel and German Idealism - March 2009

From Res Publica to the Republic of Letters: The Common Good in Transition and Translation - October 2008