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Fulbright Winner Alexis Palá: Global Advocate for People with Disabilities (more...)


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Celebrating the Spiritual Leadership of Archbishop RomeroCelebrating the Spiritual Leadership of Archbishop Romero
Archbishop Romero and Spiritual Leadership in the Modern World, a new book edited by Faculty Fellow Rev. Robert Pelton, CSC, originated in an international conference held to celebrate Romero’s life and work.
The Paradox of Technological Change in 19th-Century MexicoThe Paradox of Technological Change in 19th-Century Mexico
In his new book, Technology and the Search for Progress in Modern Mexico, Faculty Fellow Edward (Ted) Beatty examines technological change that resulted in economic growth, cultural change, and social dislocation but did not stimulate the expansion of Mexican innovation and invention.
Religious Diversity Conducive to Liberal Democracy in Africa, Dowd FindsReligious Diversity Conducive to Liberal Democracy in Africa, Dowd Finds
In his new book, Christianity, Islam, and Liberal Democracy: Lessons from Sub-Saharan Africa, Faculty Fellow Rev. Robert Dowd, CSC, makes a bold claim: religious diversity is good for liberal democracy in the developing world.
Scott MainwaringDemocratization the Focus of Two Scholarly Gatherings
Two Kellogg gatherings of social scientists co-organized by Faculty Fellow Scott Mainwaring and junior scholars drew “a virtual who’s who” of scholars in the field.

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IN THE MEDIA

Want to Fight Anti-Latino/a Prejudice?: 5 Reasons to Bring the Community into the ClassroomWant to Fight Anti-Latino/a Prejudice?: 5 Reasons to Bring the Community into the Classroom
Faculty Fellow Marisel Moreno on the value of community-based learning (Huffington Post)
Is This the End of Christianity in the Middle East?Is This the End of Christianity in the Middle East?
Faculty Fellow Daniel Philpott on the politically charged issue of Christian persecution (New York Times)
Steve ReifenbergTomorrow's Generation
Executive Director Steve Reifenberg describes the journey of outstanding African students to Notre Dame (Notre Dame magazine)

Mary Ellen O'ConnellIran nuclear deal: Deal of the century?
"The Iran nuclear deal is a good one for all concerned," says Faculty Fellow Mary Ellen O'Connell (CNN).

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