MISC Lunch & Learn - Reconstituting the body: How the rise of modern surgery has changed the relation between body and self
Thomas Schlich, Canada Research Chair in History of Medicine, McGill
Walter C. Tom, Tom & Associates
Catherine Leclerc, French Language and Literature, McGill
Peter Russell, University Professor Emeritus, Dept of Political Science, University of Toronto
Michael D. Behiels, University Research Chair, Dept of History, University of Ottawa
MISC Distinguished Lecture - Parliament and the Charter of Rights and Freedoms: An unfinished rights revolution
Dr. James Kelly, Seagram Visiting Scholar, Dept of Political Science, Concordia University. Reception to follow.
Dr. Dick Godwin, Director of Research, Cranfield University at Silsoe, Silsoe, Bedford, UK; Fellow of the ASABE; Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering. Dr. Godwin is well known internationally for his work on various aspects of soil management systems.
Dani Wise, McGill University
In collaboration with the CBC, national reporter Natalie Clancy and producer Marijka Hurko present an interdisciplinary "dialogic" session.
CBC Radio One and McGill University are pleased to announce renowned ethicist and McGill University professor Margaret Somerville as the 2006 Massey Lecturer. This public lecture will be an exploration of how we discover some old wisdom in facing the ethical challenges of the new technoscience -- challenges to even the very idea of what it means to be human.