Memorializing Knute Rockne at the University of Notre Dame

  title={Memorializing Knute Rockne at the University of Notre Dame},
  author={Sherry C. M. Lindquist},
  journal={Winterthur Portfolio},
  pages={1 - 24}
This article explores how the neo-Gothic building that was eventually built to commemorate Knute Rockne expresses a key moment in which the University of Notre Dame shaped its identity; it considers how the Knute Rockne Memorial Fieldhouse accordingly embodied and negotiated contradictory strains of manliness and civilization, populism and elitism, democracy and church authority. 
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