Rome Global Gateway

Oct 4

Green Mass

Join us for this special Mass on the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi, patron of the environment, as we pray for and celebrate those individuals who work in pursuit of a just, sustainable future. Fr. John Jenkins, C.S.C., will preside. Fr. Terrence Ehrman, C.S.C., will serve as the homilist. Fr. Jenkins serves as the President of the University of Notre Dame and has led the University’s efforts to be a role model for sustainable citizenship rooted in Catholic mission. Fr. Ehrman…

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Oct 4

Italian Political Elections from an International Perspective

This is the second event of Caffè Europa and it is part of the RGG Spotlight Series. This event is co-sponsored by the Nanovic Institute and the Center for Italian Studies. The 2022 Italian general election is due to be held in Italy on 25 September 2022. Speakers On. Gunther Krichbaum - European Politics spokesperson for the CDU/CSU parliamentary group in the German Bundestag and Eszter Salgó - Lecturer in Political Science and International Affairs, John Cabot University moderated by Christopher White - NCR's Vatican correspondent will comment on the impact of Italian elections from an international perspective.…

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Oct 5

Global Day of Action

To celebrate the feast of St. Francis, members of the Notre Dame community around the world will be responding to Laudato Si's call to care for our common home with local action. Please join with Notre Dame faculty, staff, students, alumni and friends around the world as we make a collective effort, inspired by St Francis of Assisi, and united by the same concern for our global ecosystem, to protect and conserve this beautiful place we call home.…

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Oct 7

2022 FLARE Annual Meeting

The 2022 FLARE Annual Meeting will bring together its network of stakeholders – researchers, practitioners, donors, and decision makers – to leverage efforts that enrich the understanding of forest-livelihood interactions in diverse contexts around the world. The FLARE network Annual Meeting will lead to a series of publications by FLARE network members, including special issues of peer reviewed journals. It will also lead to a revitalized FLARE network with updated direction following a transition to the University of Notre Dame and strengthened partnerships, including with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).…

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Oct 8

2022 FLARE Annual Meeting

The 2022 FLARE Annual Meeting will bring together its network of stakeholders – researchers, practitioners, donors, and decision makers – to leverage efforts that enrich the understanding of forest-livelihood interactions in diverse contexts around the world. The FLARE network Annual Meeting will lead to a series of publications by FLARE network members, including special issues of peer reviewed journals. It will also lead to a revitalized FLARE network with updated direction following a transition to the University of Notre Dame and strengthened partnerships, including with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).…

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Oct 9

2022 FLARE Annual Meeting

The 2022 FLARE Annual Meeting will bring together its network of stakeholders – researchers, practitioners, donors, and decision makers – to leverage efforts that enrich the understanding of forest-livelihood interactions in diverse contexts around the world. The FLARE network Annual Meeting will lead to a series of publications by FLARE network members, including special issues of peer reviewed journals. It will also lead to a revitalized FLARE network with updated direction following a transition to the University of Notre Dame and strengthened partnerships, including with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).…

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Oct 10

2022 FLARE Annual Meeting

The 2022 FLARE Annual Meeting will bring together its network of stakeholders – researchers, practitioners, donors, and decision makers – to leverage efforts that enrich the understanding of forest-livelihood interactions in diverse contexts around the world. The FLARE network Annual Meeting will lead to a series of publications by FLARE network members, including special issues of peer reviewed journals. It will also lead to a revitalized FLARE network with updated direction following a transition to the University of Notre Dame and strengthened partnerships, including with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).…

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Oct 14

Ruins and Rubble in Postwar Italy

This conference will bring together scholars from the US, UK, and Italy to examine how remnants of the past-both the ruins of antiquity and the rubble of modernity-have come to shape Italian identity in the international context. The event, tied to Italian Studies at Notre Dame's ongoing partnership with University College Cork, aims to promote transatlantic partnerships in the study of modern Italy, bringing together twenty leading scholars from the US, Canada, Ireland, the UK, and Italy and offering them a venue to investigate, discuss, and debate the place of ruins in modern and contemporary Italian culture. The conference in Rome, will serve to foster a dialogue of specialists between Europe and North America.…

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Oct 15

Ruins and Rubble in Postwar Italy

This conference will bring together scholars from the US, UK, and Italy to examine how remnants of the past-both the ruins of antiquity and the rubble of modernity-have come to shape Italian identity in the international context. The event, tied to Italian Studies at Notre Dame's ongoing partnership with University College Cork, aims to promote transatlantic partnerships in the study of modern Italy, bringing together twenty leading scholars from the US, Canada, Ireland, the UK, and Italy and offering them a venue to investigate, discuss, and debate the place of ruins in modern and contemporary Italian culture. The conference in Rome, will serve to foster a dialogue of specialists between Europe and North America.…

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Oct 15

Tandem Bike Ride with L'Arche

As part of the series "Disability, Knowledge and the City" you are invited to participate in the last leg of a Bologna-Rome bicycle pilgrimage organized by the communities of L’Arche in Italy, with the participation of various Italian civil society organizations active in the disability world and biking groups. …

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Oct 16

Ruins and Rubble in Postwar Italy

This conference will bring together scholars from the US, UK, and Italy to examine how remnants of the past-both the ruins of antiquity and the rubble of modernity-have come to shape Italian identity in the international context. The event, tied to Italian Studies at Notre Dame's ongoing partnership with University College Cork, aims to promote transatlantic partnerships in the study of modern Italy, bringing together twenty leading scholars from the US, Canada, Ireland, the UK, and Italy and offering them a venue to investigate, discuss, and debate the place of ruins in modern and contemporary Italian culture. The conference in Rome, will serve to foster a dialogue of specialists between Europe and North America.…

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Oct 20

Ethics of AI Workshop

The European and North American Workshop on the Ethics of Artificial Intelligence is being convened by the Notre Dame Technology Ethics Center at the University of Notre Dame and the Peace Research Institute Oslo. This day-and-a-half event, hosted at Notre Dame’s Rome Global Gateway facility, will bring together a small group of leading scholars and experts working on issues related to AI from various disciplines and perspectives. Discussions will explore the conceptual and ethical foundations as well as applications related to artificial intelligence and related technologies, including autonomous weapon systems, with the goal of publishing the proceedings of the event as an edited volume or special edition for a journal.…

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Oct 21

Ethics of AI Workshop

The European and North American Workshop on the Ethics of Artificial Intelligence is being convened by the Notre Dame Technology Ethics Center at the University of Notre Dame and the Peace Research Institute Oslo. This day-and-a-half event, hosted at Notre Dame’s Rome Global Gateway facility, will bring together a small group of leading scholars and experts working on issues related to AI from various disciplines and perspectives. Discussions will explore the conceptual and ethical foundations as well as applications related to artificial intelligence and related technologies, including autonomous weapon systems, with the goal of publishing the proceedings of the event as an edited volume or special edition for a journal.…

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Oct 27

Beyond Cosmopolitanism

The conference Beyond Cosmopolitanism will provide the overall theoretical framework on the long-lasting phenomenon of cosmopolitanism in European culture, in its historical development and in its current perception. The two day conference is organized by Luca Marcozzi,  Professor of Italian Literature at Università Roma Tre and Rome Global Gateway Associate …

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Oct 28

Beyond Cosmopolitanism

The conference Beyond Cosmopolitanism will provide the overall theoretical framework on the long-lasting phenomenon of cosmopolitanism in European culture, in its historical development and in its current perception. The two day conference is organized by Luca Marcozzi,  Professor of Italian Literature at Università Roma Tre and Rome Global Gateway Associate …

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May 25

Dante Workshop

The 2023 Dante workshop is part of an annual series of Dante workshops that the Center for Italian Studies & Devers Program in Dante Studies have been organizing in co-sponsorship with the RGG since 2015.…

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May 26

Dante Workshop

The 2023 Dante workshop is part of an annual series of Dante workshops that the Center for Italian Studies & Devers Program in Dante Studies have been organizing in co-sponsorship with the RGG since 2015.…

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