McGill for Humanities
Join us for a discussion among faculty and students who care passionately about and believe in the value of Humanities. McGill’s long tradition of fostering the Humanities, with great thinkers and artists such as Charles Taylor and Leonard Cohen, and Montreal’s commitment to creativity, culture, and innovative thinking, make this the right place to speak out and advocate for the Humanities.
23 January, 3:00 – 5:00: Nathalie Cooke (English), Suzanne Morton (History and Classical Studies); Lucy Ava Liu (Political Science); Vivian Feldblyum (Philosophy): Arts 160
4 February, 1:00-3:00: Hans Beck (History and Classical Studies); Marguerite Deslauriers (Philosophy); Rafico Ruiz (Architecture/ Art History and Communication Studies); Kevin Droz (English): Arts 160
18 March, 1:00-3:00: Annmarie Adams (Architecture); Darin Barney (Art History and Communication Studies); Alexander McAuley (History and Classical Studies); Jennifer Yida Pan (English): Arts 160
1 April, 3:00-5:00: Roundtable: Wendy Patrick Room, Wilson Hall, 3506 University Ave.
Margaret Kilgour (margaret [dot] kilgour [at] mcgill [dot] ca)
Europe after Wyclif
Europe after Wyclif is an international academic conference, sponsored by McGill University (Montreal) and Fordham University (New York City)
4-6 June 2014, Fordham University, New York