The Crossroads Cultural Center and New York Encounter are hosting a webinar discussing the question of how Christians should engage with major social issues. The webinar is part of the Center’s annual “Giussani Series.” Speakers include Stanley Hauerwas (Duke), John Zuccki (McGill) and Paolo Carozza (Notre Dame).
Participants can register by visiting the following website: tinyurl.com/2020giussani. Additional information is available in the attached materials.
The Program on Church, State & Society at Notre Dame Law School invites submissions on topics and questions related to the intersection of church, state, and society, and in particular how the law structures and governs that intersection. The competition is open to law students in good standing, enrolled in a traditional law degree (J.D. or LL.B.), a Master’s degree (LL.M.), or a doctoral degree (S.J.D./J.S.D. or Ph.D.) program at an ABA-accredited law school within the United States. The competition is also open to recent graduates not yet practicing law (those completing clerkships or engaged in similar pursuits).
Interested scholars can submit full papers (between 9,000-13,000 words) by February 15th, 2021 by emailing Jonathan Hannah (email@example.com) with the subject line “2020 Writing Competition.”
More detailed information and additional instructions for authors are available in the attached file.