Rising senior Bridget Rickard, a Philosophy and Peace Studies major with a minor in the Catholic Social Tradition, has just concluded a trifecta of internships.
The International Peace Studies concentration in the Master of Global Affairs includes 16 students from 13 countries. The new cohort of students join a global network of more than 500 master’s graduates addressing violent conflict and peace, human rights and human development, environmental sustainability, and related issues.
Sarah Bueter, with successive internships now under her belt, has returned to campus for her senior year as a Peace Studies and Theology major with a minor in the Catholic Social Tradition.
Madrasa Discourses and Notre Dame students plunged headlong into discussions of secularism, gender equity, and fundamentalism at the July Summer Intensive.
Thirty-six faculty from 14 educational institutions from the United States and around the world attended the Kroc Institute’s 9th annual Summer Institute for Faculty, "Teaching Peace in the 21st Century," held at Notre Dame from June 19-23, 2017.
Isabella Cajiao Garcés remembers feeling a daily terror that her father would be kidnapped by Colombian guerrillas who targeted doctors for ransom money. In the rural areas outside her home city of Pereira, the practice was so common that he carried a fake credential identifying him as a high school...
David Cortright of Notre Dame's Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies kept one of his most important meetings in Bogotá this morning in a week crowded with important appointments and developments. Today's meeting was with Msgr. Hector Fabio Henao, director of the Pastoral Social of the Colombian conference of Catholic...
Asher Kaufman, professor of history and peace studies, has been appointed the John M. Regan, Jr. Director of Notre Dame’s Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, effective July 1, 2017.
Atalia Omer, associate professor of religion, conflict and peace studies, and David Campbell, Packey J. Dee Professor of American Democracy, will each receive $200,000 toward the funding of significant research and writing.
A new book by Emmanuel Katongole investigates the theological notion of lament as a way to account for the resilience, agency, and innovation of Christian social activists for non-violent change in East Africa.
Junior Rebecca Blais, a political science major and peace studies minor from New Smyrna Beach, Florida, has been named a 2017 Truman Scholar.