Assumption College will welcome Len Gengel, co-founder of Be Like Brit, for the College's annual Business Ethics Lecture sponsored by the College's MBA Program. During his talk, Gengel will discuss the challenges of operating a nonprofit organization in one of the poorest countries in the Wester Hemisphere: Haiti.
Richard W. Garnett, J.D., the Paul J. Schierl/Fort Howard Professor of Law and Concurrent Professor of Political Science at the University of Notre Dame School of Law will deliver the annual D'Amour Lecture in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition as part of the 2016-2017 President's Lecture Series. Garnett will discuss "The Past, Present and Future of Religious Freedom in America?"
Learn how the greatest military leader of the ancient world became a mythic hero in the literature and culture of the Middle Ages. All are welcome to the 6th Annual Medieval and Early Modern Studies Faculty Lecture, featuring Dr. Emily Reiner, Assumption English, lecturing on “"Alexander the Great in the Middle Ages," with a reception following the lecture in the Testa Atrium.
Topic: Catholic higher education faces an uncertain future. What should someone newly hired to teach in a Catholic institution aim to be or to do? How does someone starting out in a Catholic institution participate in or support the mission of liberal education?
The Program of Latin American Studies invites you to experience the future ANDEAN SKY, A SCIENCE FICTION WEB-COMIC
It is the year 2580. This is the story of an immigrant who returns to his home-country Ecuador, in South America, to reconnect with his own culture.
Peace and Conflict Studies invites to you the inaugural Judges Jane Grall and Edward Neafsey Lecture in Peace and Conflict Studies: “For the Cause of Humanity”: Frederick Douglass in Ireland.
The Women’s Studies Program presents a public lecture by Dr. Sarah Mulhall Adelman (History, Framingham State University): “Empowerment and Submission: The Political Culture of Catholic Women’s Religious Communities in Nineteenth-Century America.”
Dr. Adelman is the recipient of the American Society of Church History’s Jane Dempsey Douglass Prize.
NEW DATE. This lecture is now scheduled for 11/17/16.
This year’s annual “Brownson Roundtable” will look back at Pope Benedict’s XVI’s famous 2006 lecture at the University of Regensburg. Come join a distinguished group of scholars from local colleges as we discuss how Pope Benedict’s powerful and provocative lecture holds up ten years later. Sponsored by the Department of Theology.
Master Plans: Portraits and Maps of Modern Paris
Sponsored by the Department of Art, Music & Theatre, and the Office of the Provost. Reception immediately following in the Honors Lounge K107.
EWTN News Director and Anchor Raymond Arroyo will moderate a lively panel discussion about Pope Francis’ Apostolic Exhortation on the Family, Amoris Laetitia (The Joy of Love), featuring renowned Catholic scholars. Amoris Laetitia