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"The Composite Holy Man" A recurrent convention in the literature on early Christian saints is an account of how an individual becomes saintly by adopting the virtues witnessed in others. This lecture traces the origin and development of this model of saintly character formation, uses it to read a couple of non-hagiographic poetic texts, and considers its pertinence to m
Chris Fariss, University of Michigan
This talk will focus on the welfare states of Sweden, Denmark, Iceland, Finland, and Norway, and the ways in which Nordic welfare policies are picked up and negotiated in popular works of art from the 1950s until today.
Meghan Condon (DePaul) "Inequality in the Social Mind: Social Comparison and Support for Redistribution"
Avital Livny will be sharing her research on a new method for estimating ethnic, religious, and linguistic diversity from over 175 countries. Part of the Brown Bag Series - The Digital Nexus: The Promise and Perils of "Big Data" and Global Informatics.
Jazmin Sierra, University of Notre Dame
Stephen Chaudoin "International Law in Real Time: the Philippine war on Drugs"
This keynote for the symposium on Visions of Authenticity in the Built Environment will be delivered by Professor Carmen Rodríguez on the topic "Exploring Visions of Authenticity in Barcelona's Historic Urban Environments."