Corrinne Carlson, Program of Liberal Studies, won second prize in the first year student category for her paper, “Talking Vegetables and Family Conflict: How VeggieTales Adapts the Joseph Story.”
The Catholic Studies Christmas Lecture
Monday 7 December 6:00 pm GMT
Co-sponsored by Durham University and the Notre Dame London Global Gateway
This year’s Catholic Studies Christmas Lecture takes a closer look at the evolution of St. Nicholas, the saint whose feast the Catholic Church celebrates each year on December 6.
On October 30, 2020, the Program of Liberal Studies was honored to host (via Zoom) Professor Zina Hitz of St. John's College for a discussion of her recent book, Lost in Thought: The Hidden Pleasures of the Intellectual Life Read More
You are cordially invited to the following book launch colloquium hosted jointly by the Program of Liberal Studies and the Medieval Institute Working Group "Christianity and Philosophy in Late Antiquity."
Gretchen Reydams-Schils, Calcidius on Plato’s Timaeus: Greek Philosophy, Latin Reception, and Christian Contexts Read More
The Program of Liberal Studies strongly affirms that Black Lives Matter. We stand in solidarity with activists protesting police brutality against Black lives, including in our own South Bend and Notre Dame communities. Read More
Katie Bugyis, who received a bachelor's degree in history and a Ph.D. in medieval studies from Notre Dame, recently joined the faculty as an assistant professor in the Program of Liberal Studies, concurrent assistant professor in the Department of Theology, and faculty fellow of the Medieval Institute. In this Q&A, she discusses her return to Notre Dame, how she became interested in medieval studies, and why the Program of Liberal Studies is the best home for her teaching and research. Read More
The Hesburgh Libraries recently acquired an extraordinary 11-century Greek codex containing a collection of excerpts on moral and religious topics. Read More