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Video of the 2016 Cushwa Center Lecture by Tom Sugrue now online

Author: Heather Gary

Thomas J. Sugrue, professor of social and cultural analysis and history at New York University, delivered the annual Cushwa Center Lecture, entitled "Beyond the Catholic Ghetto: Integrating Catholicism and Modern American History" on April 28, 2016.

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Q&A with Jennifer Callaghan on language in the liturgy after Vatican II

Author: Heather Gary

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Jennifer Callaghan is a doctoral candidate in religious studies at Northwestern University. She received a 2015 Research Travel Grant from the Cushwa Center to support archival research for her dissertation, “Critical Mass: The Fall and Rise of Latin in the Long U.S. Catholic Liturgical Moment.”

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Luca Codignola-Bo named senior fellow at the Cushwa Center

Author: Heather Gary

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Luca Codignola-Bo has joined the University of Notre Dame’s Cushwa Center for the Study of American Catholicism as its first senior fellow. He will oversee colloquia, seminars, and conference planning on a new project entitled “North Atlantic Catholic Communities in Rome, 1622-1939.”

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Forthcoming book tells the story of Irish-Americans' role in Ireland's Easter Rising of 1916

Author: Heather Gary

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Robert Schmuhl is the Walter H. Annenberg-Edmund P. Joyce Professor of American Studies and Journalism at the University of Notre Dame. He received the 2014 Hibernian Research Award in support of his forthcoming book, Ireland’s Exiled Children: America and the Easter Rising, which will be released by Oxford University Press next month, just in time to commemorate the centennial anniversary of the Easter Rising of 1916.

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Meet Research Travel Grant recipient Gracjan Kraszewski

Author: Heather Gary

Gracjan Kraszewski is a Ph.D. student in history at Mississippi State University. As one of Cushwa's 2015 Research Travel Grant recipients, he traveled to Notre Dame to use the archives for his dissertation, which is titled "Dogma and Dixie: Southern Catholics and the American Civil War."

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