Faculty of Arts news
To: All McGill Staff and Students. Last night, AGSEM, the union representing Teaching Assistants and Demonstrators at McGill, declared a strike against the University.
In addition to the H. Noel Fieldhouse Award, assistant professor André Costopoulos has received the Principal's Prize for Excellence in Teaching.
At convocation on June 1, 2006, the Faculty of Arts awarded the degree of Doctor of Letters, honoris causa, to Christopher Plummer, Nancy Huston and Morris Halle. To learn more about the recipients, follow the link below.
At convocation on June 1, 2006, Desmond Morton, Bruce Trigger, and David Williams were named "Professor Emeritus." To learn more about the recipients, follow the link below.
Over the past three years the Faculty has witnessed incredible growth: in 2002-2003, we welcomed 24 new members to the Faculty; in 2003-2004, we welcomed 22 more; and this year a further 27 new professors joined the ranks.
Professor Lamonde is a specialist in the joint fields of history of ideas, the history of the intellectual and the history of the book. To learn more about Professor Lamonde and his groundbreaking research on Quebec literature and civilization click on the link below.
This year, the Faculty of Arts presented an Award of Excellence for Administrative and Support Staff to two outstanding administrative officers, Georgii Mikula from the Department of History and Linda Montreuil from the Department of Economics. The Award for Excellence in Service to Graduate and Postdoctoral Students was won this year by Lynda Bastien of the Department of Languages and Literatures Administrative Services.
Click on the link below to consult the fact patterns, briefs and judgments of the first two trials, as well as critical articles, an extensive bibliography, and video footage from the second trial.
The Institute of Islamic Studies and the Translation Studies Program are pleased to invite you to a lecture in English by Mathieu Guidère of Université Lumière Lyon 2 and CREC Saint-Cyr. Thursday November 27, 2003. 7 pm. Room 232, Stephen Leacock Building