News

Kroc Institute Professor Honored On “Fifty Minds That Matter” List

Fr. Emmanuel Katongole, Professor of Theology and Peace Studies at the University of Notre Dame’s Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies and Keough School of Global Affairs, was honored by weekly Catholic publication The Tablet as one of “Fifty Minds That Matter.”

Kroc Institute Professor Honored On “Fifty Minds That Matter” List

Students in new program bridge community health and justice in South Bend

As a student-athlete, Rebecca Nunge, a science preprofessional studies (pre-med) major with a minor in peace studies and a senior outside hitter on the University of Notre Dame volleyball team, has spent most of her summers on campus — taking classes and training with teammates. But it was only recently...

Students in new program bridge community health and justice in South Bend

Events

On Suicidal Murder

Nermeen Shaikh will focus on the particular horror induced by suicide bombing as against other forms of equally lethal and destructive violence; the increasing ubiquity of the phenomenon in areas where it was previously unknown; and how the psychoanalytic understanding of suicide may illuminate our perception of certain aspects of such terrorism....

February 28, 2019

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C103 Hesburgh Center for International Studies

On Suicidal Murder

Notre Dame Student Peace Conference

A peace studies conference planned by and for undergraduate and graduate students from around the world

March 29, 2019

Hesburgh Center for International Studies

Notre Dame Student Peace Conference

Notre Dame Student Peace Conference

A peace studies conference planned by and for undergraduate and graduate students from around the world

March 30, 2019

Hesburgh Center for International Studies

Notre Dame Student Peace Conference

Alumni Peacebuilders

P. Carl, M.A. ’90

P.  Carl

P. Carl has spent his career exploring the power of story and the arts to create policy, to facilitate dialogue, and to transform people and systems. As a longtime artistic director and theater advocate, now a nonfiction writer and Distinguished Artist in Residence at Emerson College in Boston, Carl has come to see the theater as an important medium for peacebuilding work.

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Mai Ni Ni Aung, M.A. ’03

Mai Ni Ni Aung

Mai Ni Ni Aung is the founder of SONE-TU, a social enterprise which established and manages the following projects: The Endangered Language Documentation Project, The Oral History Project, The Education Project, and The Weaving Project.

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Faculty Statements

The Madrasa Discourses program and Professors Ebrahim Moosa and Mahan Mirza were featured in a Religion News Service article.
The Madrasa Discourses program and Professors Ebrahim Moosa and Mahan Mirza were featured in a Religion News Service article.
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