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Human Rights May 16, 2022
Teach-In on the War in Ukraine
On March 22, the Human Rights Center sponsored a teach-in on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Speakers from across UD shared their perspectives on the history, politics, and legal implications of the conflict, as well as the impact of the war and prospects for peace.
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Human Rights May 16, 2022
Abroad in Geneva Series: Part 2
Claire is a junior Graphic Design major with minors in Human Rights and Photography. She is passionate about human rights advocacy and wants to explore an intersection of design and advocacy after she graduates from UD. At the Human Rights Center, Claire is a part of the Marketing and Communications team, assisting with social media content creation and human rights engagement opportunities.
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International April 19, 2022
Alumni Abroad: Olivia LeBlanc

Read about ‘21 grad Olivia LeBlanc as she completes a Fulbright in Estonia this year. 

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International April 15, 2022
Exploring Nation and Community through Dialogue… In Spanish
Learning to speak another language isn’t easy. Telling personal stories can also be challenging. Combining the two? Even harder.
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International April 14, 2022
Partnerships for Global and Intercultural Learning
Partnerships for Global and Intercultural Learning
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Faith/Mission April 14, 2022
Somber Artwork of the Passion

Original paintings in the Marian Library by Ukrainian artist Roman Turovsky portray the Passion of Christ through the lens of hardship, flight, atrocity and upheaval.

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Faith/Mission April 10, 2022
Pysanky for Peace

Preparing for Holy Week and Easter may include decorating eggs — including the Ukrainian pysanky tradition.

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Fine and Performing Arts April 07, 2022
‘A Vision of Art and Faith’

This exhibit in the Marian Library features the Art Nouveau illustrations by early 20th-century Italian artist Ezio Anichini including his Litany of Loreto series.

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Libraries April 04, 2022
Stone, Paint, and Wood: Survival Amid Destruction

Church architecture provides safe haven and embodies the cultural heritages of Ukraine; it also can fall prey to wartime aggression.

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Libraries March 27, 2022
Pride, Devotion, Persistence

In 1981, a Marian Library cataloger reached out to Ukrainian parishes and organizations across the United States to build a collection demonstrating Ukraine's devotion to the Blessed Mother.

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