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  • Professor Elisabeth Gidengil (Department of Political Science) with Université Laval Rector Denis Brière. Professor Gidengil received an honorary doctorate from the Université Laval on June 15.

  • The 2014 Faculty of Arts Internship Awards Recipients. [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]

  • Arts Research Internship Award Winner Lauren Victoria Hellrung, U3, Honours International Development Studies and Major in Economics, worked with Professor Jon Unruh on the Legacy of Resource Appropriation in East Bengal. [Photo: AUS]

  • Emma Hambly, U3, English Literature and Classical Studies won an Arts Research Internship Award and worked with Professor Tom Mole on Romantic Poetry in Victorian Print Ephemera. [Photo: AUS]

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

Faculty of Arts

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.

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.

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.