1948-1984.Origination : University of Notre Dame. Committee on International Relations.
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University of Notre Dame. Committee on International Relations.
Committee on International Relations Records (INT), University of Notre Dame Archives (UNDA), Notre Dame, IN 46556
Records of Notre Dame's Committee on International Relations, including books published under the auspices of the Committee.
The Committee on International Relations, established at Notre Dame in 1949 with support from the Rockefeller Foundation and led by Waldemar Gurian, sponsored lectures and symposia by experts on international affairs and eventually published a series of books. The Committee studied the interplay of religion and democracy in the preservation of international order.