Keough
University of Notre Dame
Kellogg Institute Home
Hesburgh Center/Kellogg Institute
Hesburgh Center/Kellogg Institute Hesburgh Center/Kellogg Institute Hesburgh Center/Kellogg Institute Hesburgh Center/Kellogg Institute Hesburgh Center/Kellogg Institute Hesburgh Center/Kellogg Institute Hesburgh Center/Kellogg Institute Hesburgh Center/Kellogg Institute Hesburgh Center/Kellogg Institute Hesburgh Center/Kellogg Institute Hesburgh Center/Kellogg Institute Hesburgh Center/Kellogg Institute

News and Information

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.

Peter CasarellaFaculty Fellow Casarella on Pope Francis’ Message to Latin America
Faculty Fellow Peter Casarella expects the Pope to speak to combining the Christian tradition with political progress toward democracy and human rights.

Course Prepares Undergrads for Field ResearchCourse Prepares Undergrads for Field Research
Faculty Fellow Erin Metz McDonnell and Visiting Fellow Robert Woodberry lead students through the fundamentals of how to conduct international field research in preparation for projects such as the IDS capstone.

Romero Film Airs in Latin America Pre-BeatificationRomero Film Airs in Latin America Pre-Beatification
“Monseñor: The Last Journey of Óscar Romero,” produced by Faculty Fellow Rev. Robert Pelton, CSC, will air on television in Argentina and El Salvador in the lead-up to the archbishop’s beatification on May 23.

Former Visiting Fellow Named Andrew Carnegie FellowFormer Visiting Fellow Named Andrew Carnegie Fellow
Former Visiting Fellow Mala Htun is one of 32 scholars awarded a major new national fellowship, which she will use to continue her work on the political economy of gender disadvantage.

McGraw Explores Dominance of Irish Political Parties McGraw Explores Dominance of Irish Political Parties
In his new book, How Parties Win: Shaping the Irish Political Arena, Faculty Fellow Rev. Sean McGraw, CSC, explores how Irish party leaders have kept voters coming back in a time of massive social change.

“New Frontiers” Series Features Five Leading Development Economists “New Frontiers” Series Features Five Leading Development Economists
Faculty Fellow Joseph Kaboski organized the ongoing series “New Frontiers in Economic Development” to introduce the campus community to research at the forefront of development economics.

VDEMNew Data and Analysis from V-Dem
Democracy data for 120 countries around the world is now available for online graphing and analysis, the Varieties of Democracy project has announced.

Legacy of Guillermo O’Donnell Celebrated in New BookLegacy of Guillermo O’Donnell Celebrated in New Book
A new collected volume celebrates the visionary work of Guillermo O’Donnell, Latin America’s most eminent political scientist and the Kellogg Institute’s founding academic director.

Notre Dame and CELAM Sign Historic AgreementNotre Dame and CELAM Sign Historic Agreement
Three Kellogg faculty fellows will serve on a Notre Dame–CELAM committee to explore opportunities for future collaboration and partnership as the result of a new agreement between the University and the Latin American Episcopal Conference.

2015–16 Visiting Fellows Announced

2015-16 Visiting Fellows Announced2015–16 Visiting Fellows Announced
Nine scholars have been selected for next year’s Kellogg visiting fellowships. They will conduct research on a range of issues related to democracy and human development around the world.

Cassell Awarded FulbrightCassel Awarded Fulbright
Faculty Fellow Douglass Cassel has been awarded a Fulbright fellowship to do research in Mexico on the enforcement of inter-American human rights law by Mexican courts.

Bergstrand Elected to Lead International Economics SocietyBergstrand Elected to Lead International Economics Society
January 26, 2015
Faculty Fellow Jeffrey H. Bergstrand is the new president of the International Economics and Finance Society (IEFS).

Victoria Hui Hui Testifies Testifies on Future of Democracy in Hong Kong
Faculty Fellow Victoria Hui said Hong Kong’s system of “freedom without democracy” is broken in testimony before the Congressional Executive Commission on China.

 


 

INSIDE KELLOGG

       
 

Ford Program

Varieties of Democracy

Latin American/North America Church Concerns

Notre Dame Award

Kellogg Faculty Fellows

Visiting Fellows Program

Faculty Research

Working Groups

Undergraduate Student Programs

Graduate Student Programs

International Development Studies Minor

Latin American Studies Minor

Institute Publications

Working Papers

K-12 Resources

Traveling Trunks

Contact Us

 

 

The Kellogg Institute promotes scholarship, learning, and linkages that address issues of critical importance to our world. At the center of our interdisciplinary community’s work are two key themes: democratization and human development. 

 
Research Projects Outreach Faculty Students About