Faculty of Arts
“Literature, Citizenship, Rights” A two-day colloquium on the literary and cultural ramifications of citizenship and human rights in the British Empire, the Commonwealth, and the post-imperial colonies from the mid-twentieth century onwards. August 21 and 22 in Arts 160. Learn more.
Renovations of Arts West 120 have begun. Learn more: arts_west_120_renovations.pdf
THE FACULTY OF ARTS WELCOMES THE SCHOOL OF INFORMATION STUDIES
The School of Information Studies (SIS)is now part of the Faculty of Arts. To learn more about the SIS and the programs, degrees and diplomas it offers, click here.
11th Annual Faculty of Arts Internship Event and Fair, Thursday, September 18, 4:30 pm, Leacock Building, Room 232, 855 Sherbrooke St. W. Learn more.
Congratulations to Eric Tweel who won the McGill for Humanities Essay Competition. The competition was open to McGill students in all faculties and fields. To read his winning essay, We glorify science, but the humanities still matter, click here.
Congratulations to Professor Elisabeth Gidengil (Department of Political Science) who received an honorary doctorate from the Université Laval on June 15. Read more.
Congratulations to Professor Andrew Piper (Languages, Literatures, and Cultures) and his team on receiving a grant from the internationally-funded Digging Into Data Challenge. Read more.