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  • The Scotiabank Giller Prize Longlist was announced in Moyse Hall on September 16. See below under News for the link to the live video recording. Copies of the books are available at Paragraphe Bookstore, 2220 McGill College. [Owen Egan]

  • Principal Suzanne Fortier, Scotiabank Giller Prize Founder Jack Rabinovitch, and Dean of Arts Christopher Manfredi at the longlist announcement in Moyse Hall. [Owen Egan]

  • Arts Internship Award recipients Louis Roux, Shurabi Srikanura, Martin Crevier, Alexander Shadeed, Nicholas Glaudemans, Shannon Gavrilchuk and Daisy de Montjoye with Dean Christopher Manfredi at the 11th Annual Arts Internship Event. [Owen Egan]

  • Nabila Walji, Michel Snaije, Maria Lopez, Lina Alvarez Jaramillo, Niyati Malhotra with donors Professor Myron Echenberg, Mrs. Eva Echenberg, Mr. David Tarr (BA '61) and Ms. Gisele Chevrefils at the 11th Annual Arts Internship Event and Exhibit. [Owen Egan]

  • Donors Gregg Blachford and husband David McGillivray point to the map which marks where students interned this summer at the 11th Annual Arts Internship Event and Exhibit. [Owen Egan]

  • Pamela Austin as Beggar, Daphne Morin as Filch, Olivia Heaney as Mrs Peachum, Cara Krisman as Jenny, Erika Jung as Prostitute in the Department of English, Drama and Theatre Program's production of The Threepenny Opera. [Owen Egan]

  • Professor Professor Martin Jehne (Dresden), Professor Hans Beck (History and Classical Studies) and Alfred Seiland in Moyse Hall at the plenary lecture of Classical Association of Canada and Association of Ancient Historians conferences.

  • Katie Scharfe as Polly, Olivia Heaney as Mrs Peachum in the Department of English Drama and Theatre Program's production of The Threepenny Opera. [Owen Egan]

  • Malcolm Gladwell (centre) chats with Dean Christopher Manfredi and Eleanor Wachtel before the 2013 Seagram Lecture. [Owen Egan]

Faculty of Arts

MyArts Research: Library Skills for Success is a two-part hands-on library research workshop specifically designed for Arts undergraduates. Module 1: How to Search will be offered October 21 and 28; Module 2: How to Manage it All will be offered October 22 and 29. For more information and to register, click here.

Are you looking for that perfect, one-of-a-kind, Halloween costume? Do you enjoy thrift shopping or exploring vintage stores? Do you have a soft spot for vintage hats? If so, this is the sale for you! The McGill Costume Shop is holding a Costume Sale October 1st and 2nd from 11:30-4pm. Follow the signs from the basement of the Arts Building, 853 Sherbrooke St West. All proceeds from the sale are dedicated to funding the Department of English Drama and Theatre Program’s costume facilities and production areas. 

Congratulations to Professor Myriam Denov (School of Social Work) who has been named a 2014 Trudeau Fellow. Learn more. To reach Professor Denov's website, click here.

The 2014 Scotiabank Giller Prize Longlist was revealed on September 16 in Moyse Hall.  To view the announcement, click here.  Copies of the books are available at Librarie Paragraphe Bookstore, 2220 McGill College.

Professor Gabriella Coleman (Art History and Communication Studies) is featured in "Meet the McGill professor who got inside Anonymous". 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.