Time: 2:00PM 5:00PM
Location: Special Collections, Hesburgh Library
Sponsored by the PhD in Literature, Medieval Institute and Italian Studies of Notre Dame.
Mgr. Francesco Braschi (Biblioteca Ambrosiana)
Brian Dunkle, S.J. (University of Notre Dame)
Prof. Paola Moretti (Universita degli studie di Milano)
Prof. Hildegund Muller (University of Notre Dame)…
Time: All Day
Location: O'Shaughnessy West Gallery, Snite Museum of Art
To celebrate the recent acquisition of the German renaissance artist Albrecht Dürer’s seminal woodcut series
The Apocalypse (1511), the museum will mount an exhibition featuring these 16 sheets illustrating the book of Revelations. Additional prints by his contemporaries, including Lucas van Leyden, Urs Graf, and Michael Wolgemut, will set the stage for Dürer’s remarkable graphic achievement and examine the impact he had on art making, intellectual pursuits, and art commerce in the 16th century.…
Time: 4:30PM 5:30PM
Location: Decio Commons Café, Decio Hall
Open to everyone! Venez nombreux! Beverages and pains au chocolat provided by the friendly faculty in ROFR, the Program of French and Francophone studies, University of Notre Dame.…
Time: 4:30PM 5:30PM
Location: Coleman Morse Lounge
Time: 4:30PM 6:30PM
Location: Rare Books and Special Collections, Hesburgh Libraries
A forum for scholars to discuss new research, this series is vigorously interdisciplinary and embraces all areas of Italian history, language and culture.
"Reading and Defending Dante in the Florentine Academy: Giovan Battista Gelli's Lectures on Dante (1541-63) by Simon Gilson (University of Warwick)…
Time: 8:00PM 9:30PM
Location: Leighton Concert Hall, DeBartolo Performing Arts Center
The Notre Dame Glee Club presents its annual spring concert, featuring classical and popular music for the men’s choir.
For tickets, please visit
performingarts.nd.edu or call the box office at 574.631.2800.
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Time: 5:00PM 6:15PM
Location: 155 DeBartolo Hall
Professor Christian Moevs presents two public lectures as part of the pre-Rome study abroad course. Second lecture is Wednesday, April 2.
ROME: A Topographical-Historical Introduction. Sponsored by Italian Studies at Notre Dame, Department of Romance Languages and Literatures.…