Upcoming Events

Monday, March 27, 2017

Graduate Student Conference: The Common Good as a Common Project

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Call For Papers Common Good

We invite both theoretical and applied papers that address key questions about the common good: Is the common good still relevant today? Which conception of the common good best illuminates our understanding of politics, ethics, economics, and other social institutions? What arrangements in family life, civil society, and politics will best foster the common good? Submissions are welcome from the perspective of any discipline of social inquiry, including but not limited to: philosophy, theology, political science, sociology, economics, history, and law.

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Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Graduate Student Conference: The Common Good as a Common Project

Location:

Call For Papers Common Good

We invite both theoretical and applied papers that address key questions about the common good: Is the common good still relevant today? Which conception of the common good best illuminates our understanding of politics, ethics, economics, and other social institutions? What arrangements in family life, civil society, and politics will best foster the common good? Submissions are welcome from the perspective of any discipline of social inquiry, including but not limited to: philosophy, theology, political science, sociology, economics, history, and law.

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Thursday, April 20, 2017

Symposium: Under Caesar's Sword

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Location: National Press Club, Washington, DC

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This one-day symposium will feature the launch of the report, In Response to Persecution, of the Under Caesar’s Sword Project.

How do Christians respond to persecution? How can the rest of the world exercise solidarity with them? This day-long public symposium will propose concrete recommendations for action in response to these questions. It will feature globally prominent speakers on religious freedom and leading scholars of global Christianity. A highlight will be the launch of the report, In Response to Persecution

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Saturday, April 29, 2017

2017 Evangelium Vitae Medal Mass and Banquet

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Location: Basilica of the Sacred Heart, South Dining Hall

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The Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture will award the 2016 Notre Dame Evangelium Vitae Medal to the Jerome Lejeune Foundation on April 29, 2017.

The Jerome Lejeune Foundation was established in 1996 to continue the work of its saintly namesake, Professor Jerome Lejeune, by supporting groundbreaking research, advocacy, and healthcare for those with intellectual disabilities. With branches in Paris, Philadelphia, Madrid, and Dubai, the Foundation is the largest private funder of research into genetic therapies in the world. In addition to funding ethically-conducted research, the Foundation provides direct health care and education, and advocates for legal protections for persons with disabilities.…

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Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Ancients, Moderns, and Postmoderns: A Conference in Honor of Catherine Zuckert

Location: Notre Dame Conference Center

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Please join us to commemorate the extraordinary career and scholarship of Catherine Zuckert, the Nancy Reeves Dreux Professor of Political Science at the University of Notre Dame, who is retiring from the university at the end of this academic year. The conference will celebrate Professor Zuckert’s contributions to three areas of political philosophy on which her scholarship has focused. Each panel will engage her major works in these areas, addressing the questions that those works raise and the ways in which they have facilitated and advanced the study of political philosophy. Panels will feature outside scholars, as well as colleagues from the University of Notre Dame and former graduate students. Professor Zuckert will offer a response to each panel.…

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Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Ancients, Moderns, and Postmoderns: A Conference in Honor of Catherine Zuckert

Location: Notre Dame Conference Center

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Please join us to commemorate the extraordinary career and scholarship of Catherine Zuckert, the Nancy Reeves Dreux Professor of Political Science at the University of Notre Dame, who is retiring from the university at the end of this academic year. The conference will celebrate Professor Zuckert’s contributions to three areas of political philosophy on which her scholarship has focused. Each panel will engage her major works in these areas, addressing the questions that those works raise and the ways in which they have facilitated and advanced the study of political philosophy. Panels will feature outside scholars, as well as colleagues from the University of Notre Dame and former graduate students. Professor Zuckert will offer a response to each panel.…

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