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Minors in European Studies: Class of 2014

Director A. James McAdams with the graduating class of minors in European studies. Copyright University of Notre Dame, 2014.From left to right: Melissa Medina, Marianinna Villavicencio, Paul Menke, A. James McAdams (director), Christine Gorman, Colleen Haller, and Marielle Hampe. (Not pictured: Kelsey Cullinan and Maria Fahs)…

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Christina Serena

Christina Serena

We're very proud of Christina Serena!  Her research on Saint Pope John Paul II, made possible by a Break Travel and Research Grant for Sophomores and Juniors, was published by the Homiletic and Pastoral Review.  You may read the full text of her article at http://www.hprweb.com/2014/05/poland-remembers-a-firsthand-look-at-blessed-john-paul-iis-impact-on-the-people-of-his-homeland/…

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Minors in European Studies: Class of 2014

On Friday, May 16th, students graduating with a minor in European studies gathered with family and academic advisors for the Nanovic Institute's recognition breakfast. Students shared stories about their research journey for their capstone essay, a requirement to complete the minor, and received a personalized certificate to mark the occasion.…

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Nathan Gerth

Nathan Gerth

Nathan Gerth is a doctoral candidate in History.  The Nanovic Institute awarded him a Graduate Break Travel and Research Grant to conduct dissertation research in Tver', Russia.  Nathan recently wrote about his experience: From December 29, 2013 through January 28, 2014 I conducted supplementary dissertation research at the archives and...

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Steven Fisher

Steven Fisher

I noticed pedestrians were often impatient during my days at the Hague, waiting for winter to end, the wind to ease, and the sun to reappear. March meant unpredictable weather, as I realized when the warm morning that inspired my trip to Delft turned to gray clouds by the time...

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