Upcoming Events

Thu Mar 9, 2017

A Symposium Honoring Thomas Kselman


Location: Eck Visitors Center Auditorium

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Colleagues, friends, and former doctoral students gather to celebrate the career of Thomas Kselman, professor of History at the University of Notre Dame.

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Wed Mar 22, 2017

Thu Mar 30, 2017

Sat Apr 1, 2017

Thu Apr 6, 2017

"Too Small a World": Catholic Sisters as Global Missionaries

Location: McKenna Hall, Notre Dame Conference Center

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This international symposium gathers scholars to investigate the transnational work and shifting identities of Catholic sisters as global missionaries, asking how the study of these border-crossing women, organized into multinational structures, can help all historians enter into the global history of Catholicism.

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Fri Apr 21, 2017

Thu Jun 1, 2017

Mon Jun 5, 2017

International Conference: North Atlantic Catholic Communities in Rome, 1622–1939


Location: Rome Global Gateway

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This international conference will help identify the transnational network comprised of so many individuals who, despite the fact that they came from different countries in the North Atlantic region, had their destination, or their intellectual point of reference, in the Eternal City and looked to Rome as their spiritual metropole. Presentations in English, Italian, and French will deal with communities in Rome originating from present-day England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, English- and French-speaking Canada, and the United States.

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