In spring 2021, the Cushwa Center hosted events online in keeping with ongoing pandemic restrictions. Each of the public events reviewed here is available to view on the center’s YouTube channel.
Ream is the author of Hesburgh of Notre Dame: The Church’s Public Intellectual (Paulist, 2021).
The Cushwa Center is pleased to announce the publication of PURSUING TRUTH: HOW GENDER SHAPED CATHOLIC EDUCATION AT THE COLLEGE OF NOTRE DAME OF MARYLAND (Cornell University Press, 2021), by Mary J. Oates, C.S.J.
Michelle Nickerson received a Mother Theodore Guerin Research Travel Grant from the Cushwa Center in 2020 for her project “Catholic Resistance: How the Camden 28 Put the Vietnam War on Trial.”
Katherine Moran (Saint Louis University) received a Mother Theodore Guerin Research Travel Grant from the Cushwa Center in 2020 for her project “California Magdalens: Catholic Sisters, Female Penitents, and the Carceral State, 1850–1940.”
De Stradis is one of the first external researchers to engage newly available sources from the pontificate of Pius XII. Philip Byers recently corresponded with her for an update on her work.
Philip Byers (University of Notre Dame) reviews Petra Goedde's The Politics of Peace: A Global Cold War History (Oxford, 2019).
Philip Byers recently caught up with Riddle (Wheaton College) to discuss his research on religion and pandemics.
Philip Byers surveys two Cushwa Center events held in February 2020.
Kelly Schmidt (Loyola University Chicago) received a grant from Cushwa in 2019 to support archival research for her dissertation. Philip Byers caught up with Kelly in the fall to discuss the project.
Cushwa research fellow Philip Byers revisits events featured at the center from September to November 2019.