Research as Service in Romania

Faculty fellow Krupali Uplekar journeyed this March with her class of fourth-year architecture students to Romania to document unique Transylvanian Saxon villages…

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French philosopher Marc Crépon to present Nanovic Lecture

Marc Crépon, a professor at École Normale Supérieure in Paris and researcher at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), will present the University of Notre Dame’s 2008-09 Nanovic Institute Distinguished European Lecture on “The Culture of the Enemy: A Critique of Huntington from Freud and Nietzsche” at 8...

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London Program launches symposium series

The Nanovic Institute for European Studies is helping to sponsor “London Symposium,” a new series designed to promote transnational, interdisciplinary scholarship on topics of geopolitical significance at Notre Dame’s London Centre.

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EU insight from Ambassador John Bruton

The European Union and the United States have both seen a marked deterioration in their economic health in recent months. But amid all the doom and gloom, a significant milestone was reached…

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Notre Dame hosts Pushkin scholars

The University of Notre Dame will host scholars from around the globe Jan. 9 to 11 (Friday to Sunday) as they gather to discuss “Alexander Pushkin and Russian National Identity: Taboo Texts, Topics, Interpretations.”

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Nanovic Fellow wins book historical book prize

Margaret Meserve, Carl E. Koch Assistant Professor of History at the University of Notre Dame and Nanovic Institute Faculty Fellow, has won the American Historical Association’s Helen & Howard R. Marraro Prize, which recognizes the best book or article on Italy, for “Empires of Islam in Renaissance Historical Thought.”…

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Former Visiting Scholars publishes in prestigious journal

Manuel Orio Salgado from the University CEU San Pablo Madrid was a visiting scholar during summer 2005. The publication La identidad de Europea Tradicion clasica y modernidad (2008) features his article Apromixmacion filosofica al ethos europeo. He credits his time at the Nanovic Institute for European Studies as instrumental to...

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Marketing professor Murphy receives “Outstanding Paper” award

Patrick E. Murphy, professor of marketing at the University of Notre Dame and Nanovic Institute Faculty Fellow, has been recognized by the Emerald Literati Network with the 2008 Outstanding Paper Award for his article, “An Ethical Basis for Relationship Marketing: A Virtue Ethics Perspective.” The paper investigates the role of...

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Nanovic lecture series to launch with EU vice president

Mario Mauro, vice president of the European Parliament, will give the inaugural European Union (EU) Lecture sponsored by the University of Notre Dames Nanovic Institute for European Studies at 4:30 p.m. Sept. 29 (Monday) in Room 129 of DeBartolo Hall. 

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CUP Partner named Knight of the Order of Academic Palms

Fr. Borys Gudziak Ph.D., rector of the Ukrainian Catholic University (UCU), was named a Knight of the Order of Academic Palms by the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research at a press-conference held at UCU on 13 June 2008. The award was presented to him on behalf of the...

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Nanovic Institute establishes new book prize

The University of Notre Dames Nanovic Institute for European Studies has created a new prize to honor and promote books that feature new perspectives of contemporary Europe.The Laura Shannon Prize, which carries a $10,000 award, will be given annually to the author of the best book in contemporary European studies.Beginning...

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Nanovic Institute presents at symposium in Ukraine

The University of Notre Dames Nanovic Institute for European Studies will represent the University at the fifth meeting of the Central and Eastern European Catholic Universities in Lviv, Ukraine.The symposium, titledThe Spiritual Life and a Culture of Academic Excellence,is being held on May 8 to 11 at the Ukrainian…

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