Montreal's Latin Quarter occupies a key role in Quebec's cultural imaginary, notwithstanding its changing economic fortunes. A roundtable discussion on this important neighbourhood will be held at L'amère à boire. Speakers include Robert Schwartzwald (Université de Montréal), Micheline Cambron (Université de Montréal) and Ceri Morgan (McGill Institute for the Study of Canada/Keele University).
Identifying a role for the S. cerevisiae central kinetochore COMA complex in cell cycle control and microtubule-kinetochore attachment
James Knockleby, Biology, McGill
This one-day workshop, organized by the McGill-centred Interacting with Print Research Group, features panels with special invited guests. Its aim is to explore how the broader saturation of print media in the 18th century occurred through an appeal not only to the literary practices of reading and writing, but also the visual and aural aspects of corporeal experience.
A demonstration of various holiday decorations. RSVP to email below. Refreshments and dessert included. Door prize.
The Office of International Research and the Dept of German Studies, McGill University, are pleased to announce this comprehensive funding information session of special interest to faculty members involved in research with German partners.
Etienne de Villers-Sidani, MDCM, Research Fellow (Merzenich lab), University of California San Francisco
Dr. Liam Durcan, McGill professor and clinical neurologist at the Montreal Neurological Institute, is also author of the critically acclaimed bestseller "Garcia's Heart." Dr. Durcan will be reading at the KGB Bar, where Sunday is fiction night and, according to the website, "Admission is free, drinks are cheap and strong, and the level of excellence is such that KGB has been named best literary venue in New York City."
RSVP by email or phone (see below). Information required: full name, work and home phone numbers, and email address.
Corina Tatar (graduate student)
Heidi Davila (graduate student)