The politics of American free trade and how it shapes our elections
Tamara Kay is associate professor of global affairs and sociology in the Keough School of Global Affairs at the University of Notre Dame.
Will a Vatican conference on nuclear arms bring a diplomatic breakthrough?
Thirty-seven students and faculty from Georgetown, the Catholic University of America and the University of Notre Dame attended the conference as part of the three universities’ efforts to re-engage the U.S. Catholic public with the cause of nuclear disarmament.
Where is Kaepernick on ladder of politicized athletes? It’s too early to say.
A few years ago, with Omar Lizardo, now at Notre Dame, he authored a study on whether the commodification of Che Guevara — all that clothing and those accessories festooned with Che’s profile that can be had anywhere — disfigured the revolutionary politico that was Che and diluted his politics.