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These are events sponsored wholly or in part by the Center for the Humanities.

SEPTEMBER

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12

Odds Bodkin Performance
The Odyssey, The Belly of the Beast
7:00 PM, McGuire Hall

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, and FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27

American Shakespeare Center Tour
"Mortal Fools Tour"
A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Grapes of Wrath, Imogen (also known as Cymbeline)
McManus Theatre, 7:00 pm

OCTOBER

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3
"Silence Kills the World: Catherine of Siena as Missionary Disciple"
Lecture by Katherine Hilkert, O.P.
4:30 pm. McGuire Hall

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8
Writers at Work Series
"Craft Talk: I'm Stuck"
Novelist Rebecca Makkai shares techniques for moving forward in fiction writing.
4:30 pm. 4th Floor Program Room
Open to the Public

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11

Nachbahr Award Talk by Dr. Diane Chaffee-Sorace and CFH Student Presentations
3:00 p.m. 4th Floor Program Room followed by Faculty Friday in Hug Lounge

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15
"I got 99 Problems (Palsy is Just One)"
Comedian Maysoon Zayid
6:00 pm. McGuire Hall


MONDAY, OCTOBER 21

El Salvador Film
Public screening of "Port Triumph" discussion with director Jeff Gould.
5:00 - 7:00 pm. Loyola Notre Dame Library Auditorium

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23

Jerome S. Cardin Memorial Lecture

Daniel Mendelsohn, "Latkes with the Priests in Lwów: Jews and Christians, Harmony and Horror in Prewar Poland."
6:00 p.m., McGuire Hall, followed by a book signing with Mendelsohn and kosher reception featuring desserts and beverages.
Please register by visiting loyola.edu/cardinlecture

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24

"Catherine of Siena: A Woman for Our Times"
Performance by Nancy Murray, O.P.
4:30 pm. McManus Theatre

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29
Writers at Work Series
Loyola Professor of English Jean Lee Cole and multi-disciplinary artist and educator Nguyen Khoi Nguyen
Reading from their works with Q&A
6:00 pm. McManus Theatre

NOVEMBER

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8
Writers at Work Series
"Cyberwar: Coping with the Challenges Posed by Trolls and Hackers"
Kathleen Hall Jamieson
5:00 pm. McGuire Hall

DECEMBER

MONDAY, DECEMBER 9

Literary Feast  "Voices of Children"
by invitation of the English Department

JANUARY

FEBRUARY

THURSDAY, 20

Humanities Symposium Presents Theater of War
Dramatic reading of Philoctetes by Sophocles

Rooted in discussions about the invisible and visible wounds of war, the company’s hallmark project is designed to increase awareness of psychological health issues, disseminate information on available resources, and foster greater community cohesion. Followed by a panel discussion.

6 or 7 pm, McGuire Hall

 

MARCH

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11

Humanities Symposium Student Faculty Colloquium on Redeployment
between 8 and 5 in McManus Theater

THURSDAY, MARCH 12

Humanities Symposium Keynote Talk by Phil Klay, author of Redeployment
6:00 pm, McGuire Hall

Humanities Symposium Student Faculty Colloquium on Redeployment
between 8 and 5 in McManus Theater

APRIL

MAY

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