The McGill Alumni Association of Victoria cordially invites alumni, family and friends to a lecture by Gordon Smith, BA'62 (McGill), PhD (MIT). Prof. Smith served as Deputy Prime Minister of Foreign Affairs from 1993-1997, then moved on to the University of Victoria, where he was appointed Director of the Centre for Global Studies and Chairman of the International Development Research Centre. Cheques must be received by March 17.
Adam Hedgecoe, University of Sussex, UK. Presented in collaboration with the Psychiatric and Genetics Team
Co-sponsored by the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. Limit 50 people. Register by emailing contact person.
Dr Yadin Dudai, Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel
Computation vs storage in the mental lexicon: Some insights from processing regular and irregular verbs in Greek
Kyrana Tsapkini, McGill
Cortico-striatal contributions to executive processes in the healthy brain and in Parkinson's disease: fMRI and modeling
Oury Monchi, Université de Montréal
Alain Pottage, London School of Economics
Dr Eilert Herms, Director, Ethics Institute, and Chair, Wissenschaftlichen Gesellschaft fur theologie Eberhard-Karls-Universit‰t T¸bingen
Niels Werber, University of Bochum. All welcome, reception to follow
An exploration of feminist legal theory through a selection of features and documentaries. Tonight's feature: Daughters of the Dust