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Kroc Institute offices operating remotely

In accordance with new University of Notre Dame procedures, meant to safeguard the health and well-being of members of our community, the Kroc Institute is making alternative arrangements to continue our central work of education and research. During this time, the Kroc Institute will remain open virtually to ensure the...

Kroc Institute offices operating remotely

Kroc Institute events cancelled through April 13

The Kroc Institute has made the difficult decision to cancel all public-facing Kroc Institute events scheduled from now through April 13. These events include the Distinguished Alumni Award lecture originally scheduled for March 17 and the Hesburgh Lecture on Ethics and Public Policy featuring Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw originally scheduled for...

Kroc Institute events cancelled through April 13

Two-Day Event Highlights Catholic Church’s Role in Nuclear Disarmament

On January 30, the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies and the Catholic Peacebuilding Network were among the co-sponsors of a lecture by Archbishop Silvano Tomasi on the Catholic Church and nuclear disarmament. The lecture took place at Georgetown University’s Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs.

Two-Day Event Highlights Catholic Church’s Role in Nuclear Disarmament

Master of Global Affairs student wins Amnesty International USA award

Victoria Nyanjura, a current Master of Global Affairs, International Peace Studies student at the Keough School of Global Affairs, is one of two recipients of the 2019 Ginetta Sagan Award from Amnesty International USA. The award, named after former honorary Amnesty International USA board chair and human rights activist Ginetta...

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Master of Global Affairs student wins Amnesty International USA award

New book brings intersectional, Marxist traditions into conversation

In her newly published book, “Marxism and Intersectionality,” Ashley Bohrer explores the connections between oppression and exploitation by drawing on the socioeconomic tradition of Marxism and intersectionality, the theory that the overlap of various social identities, such as race, gender, sexuality, and class, contributes to the ways systemic oppression and...

New book brings intersectional, Marxist traditions into conversation

‘Innovative’ female-only workshop emphasizes networking, community

Nearly two dozen female scholars who study violence gathered last month at a workshop at the University of Notre Dame to talk about the challenges they face – both in terms of conducting research in often-dangerous situations, and in getting recognition and funding for their work in the male-dominated world...

‘Innovative’ female-only workshop emphasizes networking, community

New book explores generational preconceptions in post-war Sierra Leone

In Catherine Bolten’s recently published book, "Serious Youth in Sierra Leone," she presents findings on generational preconceptions and their impact on young men in Makeni, Sierra Leone. Her research has implications for everything from development to post-conflict reconstruction to how millennials are perceived and engaged around the world.

New book explores generational preconceptions in post-war Sierra Leone