Media Mentions


  1. Hand to mouth

    Felipe Fernández-Armesto writes on the use of utensils or fingers at the table.

  2. Maria Callas: A Concert in Hologram

    Daniel Schlosberg was part of a concert event called Maria Callas: A Concert in Hologram. The European Union Delegation to Australia website shares about it.

  3. 100 Years Later: Fallout from ND vs. KKK

    Kathleen Sprows Cummings was quoted in a story by WNDU on the 100th anniversary of a conflict between Notre Dame students and the KKK.

  4. Raymond Offenheiser: Here’s what’s going wrong with Gaza relief

    Raymond Offenheiser wrote a piece about aid to Gaza.

  5. Department of Defense Awards $2.8 Million for Collaborative University Social Science Research Under the Minerva Research Initiative

    A Department of Defense press release announced that Karrie Koesel will receive a Defense Education and Civilian University Research (DECUR) Partnership grant.

  6. ‘How the Spanish Empire Was Built’ Review: Imperial Engineering

    A review of Felipe Fernández-Armesto and Manuel Lucena Giraldo's “How the Spanish Empire Was Built: A 400-Year History.” 

  7. Targeting Beauty: Why Russia’s Brutality Aimed Beyond Destroying Lives to Also Obliterate Ukrainian Culture

    Ian Kuijt writes about his experiences and findings documenting cultural destruction in Ukraine by Russians. He concludes that war is just as much about culture as land.

  8. Ellington, Dohnányi and Brahms with the Dover Quartet and special guest, pianist Leif Ove Andsnes

    Daniel Schlosberg joined the program for this event and played his arrangement of “In a Sentimental Mood” by Duke Ellington.

  9. Experts at Rome conference delve into historical abuses of power

    Kathleen Sprows Cummings, a professor of history at the University of Notre Dame and former director of its Cushwa Center for the Study of American Catholicism, told CNS part of her work is “to think about saints as a way to … think about who we remember and why.”

  10. Is nostalgia really a ‘dangerous emotion’?

     Felipe Fernández-Armesto writes on nostalgia for The Telegraph.

  11. Allison Rice On Her Book "Worldwide Women Writers"

    Alison Rice discusses her book with Scholastic.

  12. The Last Man by Mary Shelley

    Eileen M. Hunt joins "The Great Books" with John J. Miller podcast by "The National Review"  to discuss The Last Man by Mary Shelley.

  13. The 2024 Guggenheim Fellows Have Been Announced

    Gretchen Reydams-Schils is among the recipients of the 2024 Guggenheim Fellowships.

  14. Sea Control 507 – Islamic Maritime Law with Emilia Justyna Powell and Michael Atkins

    Emilia Justyna Powell joins the "Sea Control" podcast to discuss Islamic maritime law.

  15. The World’s 9 Most Beautiful Boarding Schools

    David T. Mayernik, associate professor of architecture and a Nanovic Institute faculty fellow, has been working on the design of the TASIS Switzerland campus design for 28 years. It was recently recognized as one of the nine most beautiful boarding schools in the world by Architectural Digest.

  16. The James Madison Program Announces 2024-25 Visiting Fellows

    Mary Keys will serve as a visiting fellow in the The James Madison Program at Princeton University.

  17. Spiritual Worldliness: A Key Forgotten Bergoglioism

    Sarah Shortall's "Soldiers of God in a Secular World" is referenced in this article for Church Life Journal.

  18. Peter Pennoyer to Receive 2024 Driehaus Prize

    Michael Lykoudis served on the jury for the 2024 Driehaus Prize, awarded to Peter Pennoyer.

  19. Notre Dame historian reveals institutional flaws and failures within Jesuit order behind current scandals

    Ulrich Lehner inspired this article with his book "Staged Chastity: Sexual Offenses in the Society of Jesus in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries" and an interview.

  20. How ever did the inbred Habsburgs control their vast empire?

    Felipe Fernández-Armesto and Manuel Lucena Giraldo's book is referenced in this article.