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$150,000 each for 18 promising McGillians

Government of Canada announces 2010 recipients of the Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship

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Published on : 17 May 2010

The Gazette: Festival Shows Books Have Future

McGill professor Andrew Piper participates in the panel Reading the World: The Future of the Book as part of the five-day Blue Metropolis Montreal International Literary Festival.

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Published on : 19 Apr 2010

Ten Reasons Why India Will Not and Must Not Become a Superpower

We increasingly hear of a coming "Asian century" that will be dominated by the economic strength and political power of countries like India.

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Published on : 01 Apr 2010

Covering conflict in the world’s deadliest places

What is it like to witness war up close, as an observer of hostilities rather than a participant in them? On Tuesday, March 23, Media@McGill and McGill’s Faculty of Arts will welcome two-time Pulitzer Prize and McGill alumnus John F. Burns for a free public lecture, From the Front Lines: Covering Conflict in the World’s [...]

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Published on : 21 Mar 2010

McGill conference to tackle water issues

Environment Minister to deliver keynote address

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Published on : 17 Feb 2010

New research suggests climate change solution must focus on technology

McGill's Isabel Galiana and Christopher Green argue that fostering a technology revolution, not setting emissions targets, is the key to stabilizing the climate

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Published on : 02 Dec 2009

Raising the Global Floor: Where does Canada rank when it comes to working?

La première étude mondiale la plus étoffée sur le soutien en milieu de travail au cœur d'un nouveau livre de Jody Heymann

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Published on : 17 Nov 2009

The independent newspaper: elusive dream or beacon of democracy?

Media@McGill and le Centre d'études sur les médias co-host international symposium to mark Le Devoir's 100th anniversary

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Published on : 17 Nov 2009

Presenting TEDxMcGill - Talks for Tomorrow

Independently organized TED event hosted and organized by McGill students on Nov. 5

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Published on : 29 Oct 2009

Shortlist announced: Cundill International Prize in History at McGill

Cundill International Prize in History at McGill Winner of world's largest non-fiction historical literature award to be chosen from list of three

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Published on : 19 Oct 2009

What's to Eat?: Entrées in Canadian Food History

What do and did we eat? What do our food stories tell us about who we are or were? What's to Eat?: Entrées in Canadian Food History, a new volume edited by Professor Nathalie Cooke of McGill University, serves up twelve preliminary answers to initiate and nourish the discussion of food in Canada.

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Published on : 05 Oct 2009

Angela Davis on media, race and power

Media@McGill welcomes American activist icon to deliver its annual Beaverbrook Public Lecture

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Published on : 21 Sep 2009

Longlist announced: 2009 Cundill International Prize in History

The jury for the Cundill International Prize in History at McGill University, the world's largest non-fiction historical literature prize, has announced the longlist for this year's prize.

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Published on : 21 Sep 2009