Symposium | The Eyes Have It: An Appreciation of Casey Wood's Contribution to Ophthalmology, Ornithology & McGill Library


Dr. Casey Wood helped to build two of McGill's major library collections, the Osler and the Blacker Wood, among the finest collections of their kind in the world.

Prof. Kozak serially performs the complete Iliad every Monday for 30 weeks in Montreal

Published: 23Feb2018

Professor Lynn Kozak uses her sabbatical leave for an exciting and public performance-based research-creation project. The FRQSC-funded Previously On...the Iliad explores research questions about...

Transitions and Global Modernities: The Child 'Freak', Human Rights and the Ideal Citizen in the 20th Century


What can the history of the freak show tell us about citizenship? This talk will explore the connection between cultural markers of disability, childhood, and ideal citizens in twentieth century...

Congratulations! Prof. Heaman was promoted to full professor

Published: 23Feb2018

Professor Elsbeth Heaman was promoted to full professor in early 2018. Originally from British Columbia, she earned her B.A. and M.A. in our department and then went to the University of Toronto...

Professor Greer publishes book on Natives, Empires, and Land in Early Modern North America

Published: 17Feb2018

Professor Allan Greer’s new book Property and Dispossession: Natives, Empires and Land in Early Modern North America was published by Cambridge University Press in January 2018. In the book, he...

Professor Downey publishes book on Lacrosse, Identity, and Indigenous Nationhood

Published: 17Feb2018

Professor Allan Downey’s first book, The Creator’s Game: Lacrosse, Identity, and Indigenous Nationhood, has been published by University of British Columbia Press in February 2018. The game of...

Prof. Madokoro wins Book Prize for Elusive Refuge: Chinese Migrants in the Cold War

Published: 16Feb2018

Congratulations to Prof. Laura Madokoro, who has won the 2018 award for Best Book in the Social Sciences from the Association for Asian American Studies for her ground-breaking monograph Elusive...