Anyone intending to write a thesis next year should be aware that the deadline to submit a proposal is Monday, April 15th. Please review the guidelines here. Contact Ben (email@example.com) with any questions.
Lectures/events this week (more info below):
- Nonviolence and Catholic Peacemaking – a lecture by David Cortright from Notre Dame on April 16th at 4:30PM in the Villanova Center – Radnor/St. David’s Room
- Author Junot Diaz will read from his newest book, This Is How You Lose Her on April 16th in Tuesday at 7PM in the Connelly Cinema.
- TOMS One Day Without Shoes April 16th. Check out the movement.
- Panel discussion on the theme, “Community and Identity,” as part of the Liberal Studies Lecture Series April 16th at 5:45 in Falvey 204.
- Salome, Vasey Theatre April 9 – 21, 2013 written by Oscar Wilde, directed by Rev. David Cregan, O.S.A., Ph.D
Salome: “Fills one’s veins with fire” – Backstage. The linguistic genius behind The Importance of Being Earnest welcomes us into the visceral, intoxicating world of King Herod and his enticing young stepdaughter, Salome. After being rejected by John the Baptist, Salome’s unbridled desire for the pious prophet quickly turns into an uncontrollable lust for revenge. This sensational adaptation of the stunning Biblical tale dramatizes the eternal struggle between body and soul.
Free tickets available this Tuesday. All showings are at 8PM except Sunday at 2PM and tickets cost $8 for students. Call the Villanova Box Office at 610-519-7474 to purchase your ticket.
Save the date:
- Theology department closing prayer service Thursday May 2nd at 4:15 in Corr Chapel followed by a reception in Corr Lobby.
- “The Mixed Life” Graduate Student Conference is Friday April 26th right here at Villanova. Sponsored by the Theology Institute, this day of lectures and scholarly synergy is a great chance to get to know fellow-students from all over the East Coast! The event begins in West Lounge, Dougherty Hall at 8:45, with the final lecture beginning at 2PM (Fr. Martin Laird, with responses by Dr. Kevin Hughes, and Dr. Kimberly Baker). Contact AJ for more info!
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Monday, April 15th
Tuesday, April 16th
1. Nonviolence and Catholic Peacemaking, David Cortright, University of Notre Dame, Villanova Center – Radnor/St. David’s Room at 4:30 PM.
David Cortright is the Director of Policy Studies at the Kroc Institute and Chair of the Board of the Fourth Freedom Forum. The author or editor of 17 books, most recently Ending Obama’s War and Towards Nuclear Zero, he also is the editor of Peace Policy, the Kroc Center’s online journal. His lecture is sponsored by the Office for Mission & Ministry and is part of a year long series of the Catholic peacemaking tradition.
2. The inaugural event for the Graduate Liberal Studies lecture series. It will be a multi-disciplinary panel discussion on the theme “Community and Identity.” Tuesday, April 16th from 5:45-7:15 in Falvey 204. The panel is comprised of the following faculty members: Valentina DeNardis (Classical Studies), Crystal Lucky (Africana Studies), Paul Rosier (History), and Fayette Veverka (Theology)
3. Junot Diaz will read from his newest book, This Is How You Lose Her, as part of the Villanova Literary Festival at 7PM in the Connelly Cinema.
Junot Díaz was born in the Dominican Republic and raised in New Jersey. He is the author of the critically acclaimed Drown; The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao, which won the 2008 Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Critics Circle Award; and This Is How You Lose Her, a New York Times bestseller and National Book Award finalist.
Wednesday, April 17th
Take a break from words and come and rest in the Word. Join the Spiritual Life Committee for Silent Prayer in Corr Chapel every Wednesday from 3-4:30. Come and share the silence in this sacred place. Stay as long as you desire. “Be still and know that I am God.”
Thursday, April 18th
Friday, April 19th
Latin Lunch — Contact Ben (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are not on the email list and would like to participate. Since the semester is winding down, our schedule has been sporadic!
Saturday, April 20th
Sunday, April 21st
Other upcoming events to keep on your schedule:
- Earth Day! Check out all the events the library has to offer on April 22nd.
- Theology Department final party at the end of the semester at Matt Riddle’s house! More details to follow in the coming weeks, including the title of it, which you do not want to miss.
Conferences and Calls for Papers: