Famed philosopher Gianni Vattimo, professor at the University of Turin and frequent visitor on American campuses, will speak in the informal setting of Thomson House, McGill's centre for graduate students.
Bronwen Wilson, Art History and Communication Studies, McGill, will give a talk on this intriguing and powerful Renaissance artist.
Enudatum. Estienne vs Vesalius and Leonardo vs Michelangelo: Contrasting concepts of the nude in 16th-century anatomy
Domenico Laurenza, University of Florence, will discuss the work of Leonardo, Michelangelo, Estienne and Vesalio. Dr. Laurenza has been invited as a distinguished McGill lecturer, in the context of the Faculty of Arts Macdonald-Currie Lecture Series.
André Caron (Université de Montréal) and Letizia Caronia (Università di Bologna) present a joint lecture on the theme "language and technological mediated interactions among Canadian and Italian teenagers."
Dr. Aneil Agrawal, University of Toronto
Have globalization and technological change caused a deterioration in the state of the Canadian labour market?
Dr. Michael Smith, Sociology, McGill. Fourth lecture in series on working conditions faced by the poor.
Activating or penalizing the unemployed? An analysis of the quality of re-employment after reforms to Canada's Employment Insurance program
Dr. Axel Van den Berg, Sociology, McGill. Fifth lecture in series on working conditions faced by the poor.
Dr. Colleen Sheppard, Law, McGill. Sixth lecture in series on working conditions faced by the poor.
Dr. Patrice Jalette, Dept of Industrial Relations, Université de Montréal. Final lecture in series on working conditions faced by the poor.