News

Bolten wins prestigious NEH fellowship to explore toll of climate change in Sierra Leone

Notre Dame anthropologist Catherine “Cat” Bolten has been awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities fellowship to support the writing of her book that examines links between food insecurity, human population growth and wildlife depletion, land politics and degradation, and climate change in Sierra Leone. The associate professor of anthropology...

Bolten wins prestigious NEH fellowship to explore toll of climate change in Sierra Leone

'But I Go On'

Editor’s Note: The new year dawned amid more destruction in Ukraine. Anna Romandash, a Ukrainian journalist and recent graduate of the Keough School of Global Affairs, offers this dispatch about her home country’s resilience, echoing her story in our winter issue…

'But I Go On'

Peace Can Happen

“Allow me to tell you, from my own experience,” said Juan Manuel Santos, delivering the 2016 Nobel Peace Prize Lecture as the president of Colombia, “that it is much harder to make peace than to wage war.” The mistaken notion Santos alluded to ­— that peace comes easily — is...

Peace Can Happen

Events

Understanding the Colombian Truth Commission through Natural Language Processing

This workshop is focused on the main results of the quantitative and qualitative analysis by the Colombian Truth Commission's Natural Language Processing Group and Data Analytic Group. It will summarize the textual dataset collected by the Truth Commission particularly interviews with victims, relatives, and witnesses, discuss the estimation of the...

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125 Hesburgh Library

Understanding the Colombian Truth Commission through Natural Language Processing

“BOYCOTT” Film Screening and Panel Discussion

When a news publisher in Arkansas, an attorney in Arizona, and a speech therapist in Texas are told they must choose between their jobs and their political beliefs, they launch legal battles that expose an attack on freedom of speech across 34 states in America. Boycott traces the impact of...

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Auditorium, Hesburgh Center for International Studies

“BOYCOTT” Film Screening and Panel Discussion

Alumni Peacebuilders

Bina D'Costa, M.A. ’97

Bina D'Costa

Bina D’Costa is professor of international relations and a peace and conflict studies specialist at the Australian National University. She is actively engaged in humanitarian peacebuilding efforts around the world. Her research and practice focuses on the intersections between politics, human rights, and security in Asia, with particular emphases on gender justice and global migration.

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Bear Guerra, B.A. ’95

Bear Guerra

Roberto (Bear) Guerra is a photographer whose work focuses on globalization, human rights, social justice, and environmental justice.

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