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Media@McGill | Containment: film screening & seminar discussion

10Feb201711:30
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14:30
Peel 3475 Cultural Studies House, screening room 101, 3475 rue Peel, Montreal, QC, H3A 1W7, CA

Containment: film screening and seminar discussion with Peter Galison

Joseph Pellegrino University Professor, Harvard University

Media@McGill | Communicating Climate Change in Canada

2Feb201718:00
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20:00
Adams Building Adams Auditorium, 3450 rue University, Montreal, QC, H3A 0E8, CA

Candis Callison (UBC)
Mike De Souza (National Observer)
Martin Lukacs (The Guardian)
Kai Nagata (Dogwood)
Linda Solomon Wood (Observer Media Group) 


 

'We were a bit naive' about police surveillance, journalist panel says

The tapping of journalists' phones by Montreal police and the SQ raises extremely troubling questions about the ability or even willingness of public officials to safeguard the integrity and the freedom of the press. We have convened a panel of experts to debate what officials should do, and how journalists can protect themselves, in an age of digital surveillance. 

Published: 11Nov2016

AHCS Speaker Series: Simone Browne

25Jan201716:00
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18:00

Simone Browne
University of Texas-Austin 

Construction noise in Leacock classrooms

City of Montreal construction in the area of the Leacock building is causing noise disruptions in some classes. The University has addressed this matter with the City, but there are few options available to alleviate the issue. McGill is working to relocate classes where possible and has moved most mid-term exams. On a positive note, the City has agreed to a moratorium on construction during the final exam period.

Published: 5Oct2016

Edward Snowden | Media@McGill public talk

2Nov201619:00
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20:30
Leacock Leacock 132, 855 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Room 232, Montreal, QC, H3A 2T7

 

Media@McGill Beaverbrook Annual Lecture: Sheila Watt-Cloutier & Steven Guilbeault

24Oct201617:30
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20:00
Faculty of Law, Moot Court 3644 Peel Street, Montreal, QC, CA

The 2016 Beaverbrook Annual Lecture presents two speakers, Sheila Watt-Cloutier, environmental, cultural and human rights advocate and author of The Right to be Cold, and Steven Guilbeault

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