Kroc Institute Events

“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

Forum Film Series: "The Hurt Locker"

This event is the first of four film screenings hosted each Wednesday throughout February 2023 as part of the Notre Dame Forum on "War and Peace."  Belonging to a set of films made with not much distance from the historical event featured, The Hurt Locker is set in 2004 and debuted in...

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Browning Cinema, DeBartolo Performing Arts Center

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The Unintended Consequences of Peace: Peaceful Borders and Illicit Transnational Flows

Arie Kacowicz Chaim Weizmann Chair in International Relations and Full Professor of International Relations, Hebrew University of Jerusalem Aaron and Cecile Goldman Visiting Israeli Professor and Israel Institute Fellow, Georgetown University Former Visiting Fellow, Kellogg Institute for International Studies (1997-1998)…

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Hesburgh Center Room C103

The Unintended Consequences of Peace: Peaceful Borders and Illicit Transnational Flows

Current Events Coffee Hour: Social Movements and Peacebuilding

Featuring Ann Mische, Associate Professor of Sociology and Peace Studies. Several times a semester, a different member of the Kroc Institute community will facilitate an informal conversation about a timely topic relating to their work or research. Undergraduate and graduate students are invited to join us for these chats about...

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The Peace Lounge, Hesburgh Center for International Studies

Current Events Coffee Hour: Social Movements and Peacebuilding

Film Screening: "Argentina, 1985"

"Argentina, 1985" depicts the transitional justice process that took place in Argentina after the military dictatorship. More than 30,000 Argentines were estimated to have disappeared between 1976 and 1983, and some 3,000 officials and non-officials have been charged with crimes as of 2018. The film provides a dramatic depiction of...

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Browning Cinema, DeBartolo Performing Arts Center

Film Screening:

Transitional Justice and Narrative Power in "Argentina, 1985"

This event considers the recently released film, "Argentina, 1985," which depicts the transitional justice process that took place in Argentina after the military dictatorship with inter-disciplinary providing commentary on this historic moment, followed by a Q&A session. Please join us for screening of the movie on Sunday, February 12, at...

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C103, Hesburgh Center for International Studies

Transitional Justice and Narrative Power in

Forum Film Series: "For Sama"

This event is the third of four film screenings hosted each Wednesday throughout February 2023 as part of the Notre Dame Forum on "War and Peace."  In a time of conflict and darkness in her home in Aleppo, Syria, one young woman kept her camera rolling while falling in love,...

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Browning Cinema, DeBartolo Performing Arts Center

Forum Film Series:

Book Launch on Environmental Violence, Management and Peacebuilding

The Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies and the Mendoza College of Business will host a launch of Drew Marcantonio's latest books, "Environmental Violence: In the Earth System and the Human Niche" and "Environmental Management: Concepts and Practical Skills." A panel discussion will be centered around the books' themes.…

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C103, Hesburgh Center for International Studies

Book Launch on Environmental Violence, Management and Peacebuilding

Current Events Coffee Hour: The Matrix of Mining and Peace

Featuring Caesar A. Montevecchio, Assistant Director of the Catholic Peacebuilding Network. Several times a semester, a different member of the Kroc Institute community will facilitate an informal conversation about a timely topic relating to their work or research. Undergraduate and graduate students are invited to join us for these chats...

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The Peace Lounge, Hesburgh Center for International Studies

Current Events Coffee Hour: The Matrix of Mining and Peace

Forum Film Series: "The Missing Picture"

This event is the fourth of four film screenings hosted each Wednesday throughout February 2023 as part of the Notre Dame Forum on "War and Peace."  One of the most revered filmmakers of all time, Rithy Panh's career has been marked by innovative approaches to making films about the unfilmable,...

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Browning Cinema, DeBartolo Performing Arts Center

Forum Film Series:

"A Peaceful Superpower: Lessons from the World's Largest Antiwar Movements"

Join the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies for the launch of David Cortright's latest book, "A Peaceful Superpower: Lessons from the World's Largest Antiwar Movement." Panelists include Ann Mische, associate professor of Sociology and Peace Studies, and Lisa Schirch, Richard G. Starmann, Sr. Professor of the Practice of Peace...

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C103, Hesburgh Center for International Studies

New and Old Wars, New and Old Challenges to Peace!

Ukraine and a new Cold War, a new nuclear arms race, “forever wars” in Afghanistan and Iraq, and forgotten wars in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Yemen. As foreign policies are being rethought in light of these new and old wars, the need for a moral compass is...

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215/216 McKenna Hall and Livestreamed

New and Old Wars, New and Old Challenges to Peace!

Current Events Coffee Hour

Featuring Ellen Williams, Take Ten program director. Several times a semester, a different member of the Kroc Institute community will facilitate an informal conversation about a timely topic relating to their work or research. Undergraduate and graduate students are invited to join us for these chats about the ongoing work...

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The Peace Lounge, Hesburgh Center for International Studies

Current Events Coffee Hour

Countering the Coloniality of Peace and Justice

This presentation explores the extent to which decolonial forms of peace and justice depend on the expression and mobilization of counter-catastrophic ideas, artistic creations, and actions that advance the unfinished project of decoloniality.   Nelson Maldonado-Torres is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Connecticut, Professor Extraordinarious at the University...

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C103, Hesburgh Center for International Studies

Countering the Coloniality of Peace and Justice

Book Launch: "Chasing the Devil at Foggy Bottom: The Future of Religion in American Diplomacy"

Many American policy makers are squeamish about religion’s role in diplomacy. Nevertheless, religion plays a crucial and complex part in global affairs, such as in sustainable development, various human rights issues, and fomenting and mitigating conflict. Shaun A. Casey, the founding director of the US Department of State’s Office of...

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C103, Hesburgh Center for International Studies/Zoom Webinar

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