Notre Dame’s London Undergraduate Program returns from the Easter weekend break with a pair of exciting evening events:
Today, 10 April, Professor Robert Schmuhl, Walter H. Annenberg-Edmund P. Joyce Professor of American Studies and Journalism, Director of Notre Dame’s John W. Gallivan Program in Journalism, Ethics & Democracy, author of “Statecraft and Stagecraft: American Political Life in the Age of Personality,” and current LUP faculty member, speaks on the complex, often bizarre history of the 2012 American presidential electoral politics and what trajectories it might take up to November. This Conway Conversation, entitled,“Presidential Politics of 2012: How We Got Here and Where We Might Go.” , will take place at 5.30 in Conway Hall’s Student Activity Centre.
Tomorrow, Wednesday, 11 April at 6pm sees the launch of a new Shakespeare lecture series in London, sponsored by the London Program, and the Shakespeare Institute (Stratford) and Shakespeare Birthplace Trust (Stratford) with Professor Stanley Wells speaking on “Eighty Years with Shakespeare.” Trafalgar Hall will be packed with world leading authorities on Shakespeare, and the event will streamed live to Notre Dame, with Professor Peter Holland speaking from campus. A few tickets remain – email Christina.Pehlivanos.email@example.com to book.