Media Mentions: 2023

2022 2023 2024

  1. Antitrust and Algorithms: Congress Wades into the Debate

    Roger Alford, professor of law, University of Notre Dame Law School, served as an expert witness.

  2. Civic Poetry and the Decembrist Revolt: Pushkin, Virtue Signaling, and Liberal Vibes

    Emily Wang, assistant professor of Russian at the University of Notre Dame, wrote an article on Alexander Pushkin for the NYU Jordan Center for the Advanced Study of Russia.

  3. As the cost of diesel fuel falls, will it lower the prices of other goods?

    WSBT also spoke with Notre Dame Economics Professor Thomas Gresik who agrees diesel prices impact inflation due to high transportation demands.

  4. University of Notre Dame names new president

    Rev. Robert A. Dowd will be the next president of the University of Notre Dame. University officials on Monday announced the Notre Dame Board of Trustees’ selection of Dowd as the institution’s 18th president, succeeding current President John Jenkins. We get perspective on the selection process from Inside INdiana Business northern Indiana Reporter Carley Lanich.

  5. Lesson Plan: World War II Battle of the Atlantic

    University of Notre Dame military history professor Ian Ona Johnson provides the key questions for his lecture on the contest for control of Atlantic sea routes during World War II.

  6. War Destroying Ukraine's Cultural Heritage at Scale 'Not Seen Since WWII'

    Newsweek interviewed Ian Kuijt, professor of anthropology on the survey he participated in to document damage to cultural icons in Ukraine.

  7. ‘Wherever we’ve looked, we see destruction.’ The Ukraine war’s impact on buried archaeological sites

    Ian Kuijt, professor of anthropology, speaks with Science on efforts to document and preserve cultural monuments in Ukraine.

  8. Stella Ghervas wins Laura Shannon Prize in Contemporary European Studies

    Article from UCLA about Stella Ghervas winning the 2023 Laura Shannon Prize in Contemporary European Studies and her lecture on at the Nanovic Institute on November 2, 2023.

  9. Notre Dame Press 'Book Festival' happening on Notre Dame campus

    The Notre Dame Press book festival included a discussion moderated by Kathleen Cummings.

  10. Notre Dame Press authors will discuss their work at annual book festival on Nov. 14 and 15

    Kathleen Sprows Cummings moderated a discussion at the annual University of Notre Dame Press book fair.

  11. Cambodia farmers displaced by sugar plantations proceed with landmark international class action suit

    Diane Desierto, law and global affairs professor at Notre Dame Law School, speaks on this unique class action lawsuit filed by Cambodians in Thailand.

  12. Gas Prices Drop Below $3 a Gallon in These States

    University of Notre Dame economics professor Thomas Gresik speaks on the fall in gas prices leading up to Thanksgiving.

  13. Vatican City administrator lectures on work, modern businesses

    Nolan Hines of The ND Observer covers the 2023 Keeley Vatican Lecture with Sr. Raffaella Petrini, secretary general of the Vatican City State.

  14. Center for the Study of Languages and Cultures launches new module on ND Mobile

    Professor Eva Hoeckner, program manager of language initiatives in the CSLC, led the creation of a “Languages & Cultures” module for the ND Mobile app.

  15. What Makes a State Rational?

    A review of John Mearsheimer and Sebastian Rosato's “How States Think: The Rationality of Foreign Policy” (Yale University Press, 2023).

  16. Sitzer plaintiffs expected to rest their case today

    Nanovic faculty fellow Roger Alford, professor of law, testified in the Sitzer/Burnett class action buyer broker commission antitrust lawsuit.

  17. John Mearsheimer and Sebastian Rosato Discuss “How States Think”

    This September, Professors John Mearsheimer and Sebastian Rosato released their controversial new book, “How States Think: The Rationality of Foreign Policy.” 

  18. Filipino film wins top award at the Louth International Film Festival

    Amon Banwa sa Lawud (Our Island of the Mangrove Moons), co-produced by the Erehwon Center for the Arts and the Kellogg Institute for International Studies of Notre Dame University in the US, was chosen as the Best International Feature Film at the 2023 Louth International Film Festival. It was directed by Nanovic Faculty Fellow Anton Juan, professor/ theatre and film director.

  19. Hesburgh Lecture Nov. 1 at Fred Rogers Center

    The St. Vincent College Honors Program and the Notre Dame Club of Greensburg/Uniontown announce the 2023 Hesburgh Lecture is slated for 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 1, in the Fred Rogers Center on the Unity Township campus.

    Associate Professor John Deak, Ph.D., University of Notre Dame, will present “A Gun, an Officer, a Composer and His Wife: A Case of Honor (and Homicide) in Davos, Switzerland.”


    "Extinction" by Azareen Van der Vliet Oloomi, recommended by Alyssa Songsiridej for Electric Literature.

  21. Original letter from Columbus announcing ‘discovery’ of America goes on sale for first time

    Nanovic Fellow Professor Felipe Fernández-Armesto is quoted in this article from The Guardian about a letter from Columbus going on sale.

  22. Notre Dame’s Rev. Robert A Dowd, CSC, to offer public lecture Oct. 2 at Seton Hill

    Rev. Robert A. Dowd, CSC, associate professor of political science, vice president and associate provost for interdisciplinary initiatives, and a Nanovic faculty fellow, will offer a public lecture at Seton Hill on Oct 2 titled “Breaking Cycles of Violence: Toward a More Civil and Sustainable Future.”

  23. Fighting for Our Cultural Heritage

    Ian Kuijt, professor of anthropology, and Bill Donaruma, professor of the practice in filmmaking, taught at Ukrainian Catholic University's journalism and media communications programs to teach students the basics of both archaeology and documentary filmmaking to better equip them to identify, record, and preserve their own culture, even as it stands to be destroyed.

  24. Book Review: "After Violence: Russia’s Beslan School Massacre and the Peace That Followed"

    Maria Lipman reviews After Violence: Russia’s Beslan School Massacre and the Peace That Followed by Debra Javeline, associate professor of political science and a Nanovic faculty fellow, for Foreign Affairs.

  25. Alive and undressed: The only way to eat oysters

    Felipe Fernández-Armesto wrote a piece for The Critic recommending the best way to consume oysters is without sauce or dressing.

  26. Windcatcher: ancient Iranian cooling tech on the way to U.S.

    John Onyango, a professor at the University of the Notre Dame School of Architecture and Nanovic fellow, is quoted discussing sustainable designs that can help regulate heat.

  27. Book | Navigations: The Portuguese Discoveries and the Renaissance | By Malyn Newitt – Editor’s Note

    Felipe Fernández-Armesto, William P. Reynolds Professor of History and Nanovic faculty fellow, is quoted in a review of Malyn Newitt's book Navigations: The Portuguese Discoveries and the Renaissance.

  28. Ukraine’s Kakhovka Dam Breach Devastation Will Last for Years

    Susanne Wengle co-authored a news article about the long-term effects of the breach of the Kakhovka Dam in Ukraine on June 6, 2023.

  29. A taste of the times

    Felipe Fernández-Armesto wrote a piece for The Critic describing the history and menu of the club — a dining society elected from members of St John’s College, Oxford.

  30. Development, Marine Biodiversity, and the Common Heritage of Mankind: The ISA’s Deep Seabed Mining Quandary and Complying with the High Seas BBNJ Convention

    Diane Desierto shares updates about the International Seabed Authority (ISA), sited in Jamaica, allowing companies to file permit applications for commercial deep seabed mining.