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Fri Apr 5, 2013

Senior Thesis Reception

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Location: O'Shaughnessy Hall, Great Hall

Art and Letters Dean John T. McGreevy invites all students doing a senior thesis and their advisers to attend this reception. This informal event is designed to honor students—along with their advisers and mentors—for their dedication and hard work.

All students who completed a senior thesis and their advisers are invited to attend.…

Wed Apr 10, 2013

Sailing from China: The Secrets of a Seventeenth-Century Map

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Location: Browning Cinema, DeBartolo Performing Arts Center

2013 Robert & Beverly O’Grady Asia Lecture

Presented by Timothy Brook, Republic of China Chair, Department of History at the University of British Columbia.

A public reception will follow in the upper lobby of the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center.

Sponsored by the Department of History.

Originally published at al.nd.edu

Fri Apr 12, 2013

Chinese Speech Contest

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Location: Auditorium of the Hesburgh Center

The Sixth Annual Chinese speech contest will be an even to remember.  Come watch as students from all language levels perform original skits to prove their ability in speaking Chinese.  Our panel of judges will reward the best and all are welcome to come and enjoy the show.…

Mon Apr 15, 2013

Japanese Language Table

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Location: CSLC 329 DeBartolo

Japanese Tables are a chance for students to practice speaking in a more relaxed setting with real world applications.  Students will be meeting in the CSLC to discuss current topics and expand their Japanese fluency.…

Tue Apr 23, 2013

Japanese Language Table

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Location: CSLC 329 DeBartolo

Japanese Tables are a chance for students to practice speaking in a more relaxed setting with real world applications.  Students will be meeting in the CSLC to discuss current topics and expand their Japanese fluency.…

Wed Apr 24, 2013

Lecture: The End of Humanities

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Location: Annenberg Auditorium, Snite Museum of Art

The Department of English brings you the eighth public lecture by Terry Eagleton, Excellence in English Distinguished Visiting Professor. Eagelton will present “The End of the Humanities.”

Terry Eagleton is a British literary theorist widely regarded as Britain’s most influential living literary critic. Author of over 40 books primarily in literary criticism and theory, he resides at Notre Dame three weeks each semester through Spring 2014.…