Over 2,500 people at more than 175 events around the world participated in the 2016 Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon, resulting in over 3,500 new and improved articles.
The Osler Library of the History of Medicine is pleased to present Knowing Blood: Medical Observations, Fluid Meanings. The exhibition is generously funded by the McGill University Faculty of Medicine and will run from January to
Known the world over as the author of "The Owl and the Pussycat" and other "nonsense poems" for children, Edward Lear (1812-1888) was also an extraordinarily accomplished natural history painter, ranked by many contemporaries – and subsequent art
This exhibit is based on the life a practitioner—Dr. Georges Lefebvre—who graduated from McGill in 1944 (MDCM) and practiced in Huntingdon, Quebec, for over 40 years. It includes a number of medical instruments used or collected by Dr.
The Arabic writing used for setting down the sacred text of the Qur’an subsequently went under a diffusion corresponding to the expansion of the Islamic faith and to the development of the Islamic civilization.
What drives humans to collect? Walter Benjamin, the early 20th century philosopher and cultural critic, commented: “O bliss of the collector… Ownership is the most intimate relationship one can have to objects.
A new exhibition at the Nahum Gelber Law Library commemorates the 70th anniversary of the end of the International Military Tribunal, the most known and most important of the Nuremberg Trials.
Please join us for a 45-minute tour of art on the McGill campus that is designed for members of the McGill community, the Montreal community, prospective students and their families, and general visitors.