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The Center is pleased to support humanities-related events at Marquette University.
Center of Migration Studies (CMS) initiatives focus sustained attention on priority populations and communities, drawing from the agency’s diverse areas of expertise, activities, communication tools and work product.
Since its inception in 2013, the CIII conference has sought to strengthen the individual and collective work of diverse Catholic institutions, programs, and ministries with immigrants and refugees. This year’s event will feature plenary presentations, workshops, and events on diverse topics including Catholic social teaching on migrants and refugees, international migration, racism, and much more.
"Memoir and History: Why Writing Your Life Isn't Personal" with Dr. Patricia Hampl
Tuesday, April 11th | 5:00pm | Raynor Memorial Libraries, Beaumier Suite BC
This discussion with Dr. Patricia Hampl, a well-known memoirist and Regents' Professor Emerita at the University of Minnesota will delve into her latest work, The Art of the Wasted Day. Join us on Tuesday, April 11th at 5pm for this enriching discussion.
"The Short End of the Sonnenallee" with Thomas Brussig and Jonathan Franzen
Thursday, April 13th | Location TBA
Join us to discuss this classic German novel, appearing for the first time in English with author Thomas Brussig and translator Jonathan Franzen.
Big Questions at the Intersection of Bioscience and Religion
Friday, April 14th | 5:30-7:30pm | Marquette Hall, Room 100
The Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW), Marquette University and Viterbo University are co-hosting a seminar series, "Big Questions at the Intersection of Bioscience and Religion." This series is comprised of four interdisciplinary sessions, each focused on a specific question about the human being and modeling dialogue between bioscientific and religious perspectives. Our focus questions revolve around the questions of human origin, its essence, its fatedness, and its uniqueness.
Our next upcoming session, to be hosted at Marquette on April 14th from 5:30-7:30pm, will focus on the question "What does it mean to be fully human from a theological and biological perspective?". Flyer coming soon with more information.
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