For the forthcoming spring issue of the American Catholic Studies Newsletter, Marie Mullaney (professor of history at Caldwell University) reflects on her research and teaching on American Catholic women religious.
The Cushwa Center is accepting applications for a 2018–2019 postdoctoral fellowship.
Proposals are due June 1, 2018, for this 2019 conference exploring intersections between global history and the history of the Roman Catholic Church.
Funds will support travel to the University of Notre Dame Archives as well as research sites in Baltimore, New Orleans, Dublin, and Rome.
The Program Committee for the 11th Triennial Conference on the History of Women Religious welcomes paper proposals (deadline: June 1, 2018).
Michael Skaggs revisits a November 2017 discussion of O’Gorman’s Catholicism and American Borders in the Gothic Literary Imagination (Notre Dame Press, 2017).
The Cushwa Center has launched the Mother Theodore Guerin Research Grant Program.
Ciciliot is at Notre Dame researching the North American origins and global influence of the Catholic charismatic movement.
Benjamin Wetzel reviews Richard White's The Republic for Which it Stands.
For the 2017 Hibernian Lecture, Ian McBride shared new sources and insights on both immediate and long-term effects of Ireland's penal laws.
Benjamin Wetzel revisits the 2017 Cushwa Center Lecture by Rev. Thomas Blantz, C.S.C.
Billy Korinko (University of Kentucky) received travel grant funds supporting dissertation research on discourse related to race, gender, and sexuality in mid-twentieth-century American Catholic media.
Guillerm received a Research Travel Grant in 2017 to study the intersection of French Catholicism, state building, and popular devotion in the early republic.
The fall 2017 Seminar in American Religion discussed Ulrich’s A House Full of Females.
Rev. Thomas Blantz, C.S.C., professor of history emeritus at the University of Notre Dame, will deliver the 2017 Cushwa Center Lecture on Nov. 3 (Friday), at 2 p.m. in McKenna Hall Auditorium.
McCarron received funds to study the stance of Irish Americans and the Catholic Church toward Chinese immigrants and the anti-Chinese movement that culminated in the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882.
In September, the Cushwa Center sponsored a lecture and discussion commemorating a landmark document for Catholic university life.
Catherine Osborne explores the history and significance of a survey of more than 130,000 women religious conducted in 1967. The survey dataset has recently been made available open access through Notre Dame.
Dugan received a 2017 Research Travel Grant to study young missionaries and their impact on Catholicism in America.
McEvoy received travel grant funds to study Father Hesburgh’s work on immigration and refugee issues.