Niels Schwartz, University of Passau
M. Barr, McGill
D. Lorne Gales Lecture in the History of Science - Truth, objectivity and the history of the scientific self
Presented by the Mossman Endowment of McGill University Library. Lorraine Daston, Max-Planck-Institut für Wissenschaftsgeschichte. Prof. Daston has won numerous awards, including the Pfizer Prize in 1999 for best book by a North American author in the history of science. She has written and lectured on the history of probability, wonders and scientific objectivity.
Public Conversation - Postmodernism and the environment: How is our relationship to the environment shifting as new technologies and values emerge?
The modern world saw human technological development "conquer" nature. Many of these advances are now understood to have had severe ecological repercussions. This event is coordinated in partnership with the Concordia University Alumni Association and the University of the Streets Café.
The MAA of Boston is pleased to announce the launch of McGill Reads - Boston, an informal book club modelled after the program started two years ago by the McGill Alumni Association. It will provide a great opportunity to read thought-provoking books and meet local alumni.
Ever wondered what it's like to rub elbows with the rich and famous? McGill alumni and friends are invited to an intimate evening with award-winning TV writer and producer Bernie Rothman, BCom'54, as he reads from his new memoir, "Hollywood and Me: My Wild Ride through the Golden Age of Television."
The significance of social networks and migration to the health status of Mexican immigrants and their children
Please join us for lunch and a lecture by Theresa Thompson-Colón, Senior Project Director, University of Wisconsin Survey Center. Please RSVP.
Final M.Sc. seminar: Magali Merk-Jacques.