Library event

Event | Film screening of "A Memory in Khaki"

5Apr201817:30
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The Islamic Studies Library is hosting a film screening of A Memory in Khaki by Syrian filmaker Alfoz Tanjour.

Event | Alive at Night: Art and Music at McGill (Nuit Blanche 2018)

3Mar201821:00
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4Mar201801:00

 ­­Join us during Montréal's Nuit Blanche 2018 as McGill comes alive at night!

Mossman Lecture | Why is Climate Action So Hard?

22Mar201818:00
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The Mossman Endowment of McGill University presents the D. Lorne Gales Lecture in the History of Science.  Why is it so hard to address the problems of climate change? 

Workshop | Predatory publishing: What is it and how to avoid it

23Feb201816:00
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A January 2017 article in University Affairs wrote “Beware! Academics are getting reeled in scam journals”. The article highlighted some of the common fears and concerns surrounding publishing in...

Lecture | James Forbes (1749-1819), Discovery and Perplexity

27Feb201817:30
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Taken individually, artist and writer James Forbes' works are deceptive.

Lecture | Marriage: Is it All or Nothing?

5Feb201817:30
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With  Valentine’s Day almost upon us, the Friends of the McGill Library presents a talk by Professor John Lydon, Chair of the McGill Psychology Departme

CANCELLED - Lecture | "The Fabric of the Human Body" (Vesalius, 1543): Images and Icons for the History of Medicine

14Feb201816:00
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The fifth centenary of Vesalius’s birth has been celebrated in North America and Europe with thousands of events and publications, recognizing his Fabric of the Human Body (1543, 1555) as a...

Lecture | Publishing Evelina, or how to sell 180 editions of the same (old) novel?

25Jan201816:00
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Evelina, the first novel of Frances Burney, has enjoyed a lasting popularity among reading public. It was published in more 180 editions/reprints in several European languages since its first...

Vernissage | Vaccination: Fame, Fear and Controversy, 1798-1998

6Feb201817:30
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Vaccination: Fame, Fear and Controversy, 1798-1998 explores the tension between the promised public-health benefits of vaccinati

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