The Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study (NDIAS) supports research that is directed toward, or extends inquiry to include, ultimate questions and questions of value, especially as they engage the Catholic intellectual tradition. Read More.
May 10, 2013
Wednesday, May 15 – Elise Berman, Fellow, NDIAS (University of North Carolina at Charlotte) – Research Presentation Topic: “Learning How to Know: The Social Control of Goods and Information in the Marshall Islands”
Thursday, May 16 – Federico Perelda, Fellow, NDIAS (University of Bergamo) – Research Presentation Topic: “The Ontology of Time: Towards a Dynamical Eternalism. Do Things Really Come Into and Out of Existence?”
If you are interested in attending an NDIAS seminar, please contact our Programs Administrator, Carolyn Sherman (email@example.com, 574-631-6240). For the complete schedule of weekly seminars, click here.
April 21, 2013
If you are unable to attend the "Public Intellectualism" conference this Monday through Wednesday, April 22-24, you can still take part in the conference sessions and engage the discussants over the web. To participate remotely, for FREE, check out our CONFERENCE BLOG at http://blogs.nd.edu/ndias/ -- on the blog's Event pages you can watch the conference sessions LIVE via Web Simulcast and ask questions to the conference presenters and commentators in the Comment field at the bottom of the pages. We encourage all of our virtual participants to ask questions early and often.
NDIAS to host Conference on Public Intellectualism in Comparative Context: Different Countries, Different Disciplines
April 20, 2013
This international conference, taking place April 22-24, 2013 in McKenna Hall's Notre Dame Conference Center at the University of Notre Dame, will focus on the roles played by public intellectuals in different countries and different disciplines.
Please note, while online conference registration has closed, you will still be able to register on site at McKenna Hall.
April 19, 2013
The Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study is pleased to announce that Brad Gregory has been selected as our second Director. Brad Gregory, a historian of international acclaim and Dorothy G. Griffin Collegiate Chair at the University of Notre Dame, will begin his appointment as the Institute’s next Director on July 1, 2013, succeeding and benefiting from the vision and dedication of the inaugural Director, Vittorio Hösle. Please click here for the full story.