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  • Ten Stories (and more) about Markets, Creativity and Transformative Possibilities

    Bettina Forget speaking at Ten Stories (and more). Thanks to all the participants for this wonderful collective exploration of the issues regarding the relationship between markets and creativity. Picture by Owen Egan.

  • Thinking Art

    IPLAI hosted a full day of artistic workshops on September 15th. Our thanks to all those who participated for making it a success!

  • Thinking Art

    IPLAI hosted a full day of artistic workshops on September 15th. Our thanks to all those who participated for making it a success!

  • Thinking Art

    IPLAI hosted a full day of artistic workshops on September 15th. Our thanks to all those who participated for making it a success!

  • Ten Stories (and more) about Markets, Creativity and Transformative Possibilities

    Picture taken during Ten Stories (and more). Thanks to all the participants for this wonderful collective exploration of the issues regarding the relationship between markets and creativity. Picture by Owen Egan.

  • Thinking Art

    IPLAI hosted a full day of artistic workshops on September 15th. Our thanks to all those who participated for making it a success!

  • Thinking Art

    IPLAI hosted a full day of artistic workshops on September 15th. Our thanks to all those who participated for making it a success!

  • Thinking Art

    IPLAI hosted a full day of artistic workshops on September 15th. Our thanks to all those who participated for making it a success!

  • Ten Stories (and more) about Markets, Creativity and Transformative Possibilities

    Roger Parent speaking at Ten Stories (and more). Thanks to all the participants for this wonderful collective exploration of the issues regarding the relationship between markets and creativity. Picture by Owen Egan.

  • Thinking Art

    IPLAI hosted a full day of artistic workshops on September 15th. Our thanks to all those who participated for making it a success!

  • Thinking Art

    IPLAI hosted a full day of artistic workshops on September 15th. Our thanks to all those who participated for making it a success!

  • Thinking Art

    IPLAI hosted a full day of artistic workshops on September 15th. Our thanks to all those who participated for making it a success!

  • Thinking Art

    IPLAI hosted a full day of artistic workshops on September 15th. Our thanks to all those who participated for making it a success!

  • Thinking Art

    IPLAI hosted a full day of artistic workshops on September 15th. Our thanks to all those who participated for making it a success!

  • Thinking Art

    IPLAI hosted a full day of artistic workshops on September 15th. Our thanks to all those who participated for making it a success!

  • Thinking Art

    IPLAI hosted a full day of artistic workshops on September 15th. Our thanks to all those who participated for making it a success!

  • Ten Stories (and more) about Markets, Creativity and Transformative Possibilities

    David Brackett speaking at Ten Stories (and more). Thanks to all the participants for this wonderful collective exploration of the issues regarding the relationship between markets and creativity. Picture by Owen Egan.

Summer 2014

Thursday, 1 May, 10-11:30am
Reading Group - Between Museum Education and Mandate

Saturday, 3 May, 10:00-11:30am, Hotel 10
Blue Met Festival - Eye of Newt and Toe of Frog: An Ironic Shakespeare Breakfast with Paul Yachnin and Stephen Wittek
Tickets: $25 (includes breakfast) - tickets can be purchashed at the door or in advance through the Blue Met website

Saturday, 3 May, 11:30am-12:30pm, Hotel 10
Blue Met Festival - Zombies and Vampires: The Irony of Values with Michael Sinatra and Katherine Streip
Tickets: $7 (coffee included) - tickets can be purchashed at the door or in advance through the Blue Met website

Saturday, 3 May, 1-2pm, Hotel 10
Blue Met Festival - Aislin and Hardy: Irony in Quebec Political Cartoons with Dominic Hardy and Aislin
Free admission

Wednesday, 7 May, 3-5pm
Reading Group - Information and Chaos Theories

Thursday, 8 May, 10-11:30am
Reading Group - Between Museum Education and Mandate

Wednesday, 14 May, 12:30-2:30pm
Reading Group - Reading the Bible as a Poltical and Legal Text - The Torah

Thursday, 15 May, 10-11:30am
Reading Group - Between Museum Education and Mandate

Wednesday, 21 May, 12:30-2:30pm
Reading Group - Reading the Bible as a Poltical and Legal Text - The Torah

Thursday, 22 May, 10-11:30am
Reading Group - Between Museum Education and Mandate

Wednesday, 28 May, 12:30-2:30pm
Reading Group - Reading the Bible as a Poltical and Legal Text - The Torah

Wednesday, 28 May, 3-5pm
Reading Group - Information and Chaos Theories

Thursday, 29 May, 10-11:30am
Reading Group - Between Museum Education and Mandate

Wednesday, 4 June, 12:30-2:30pm
Reading Group - Reading the Bible as a Poltical and Legal Text - The Torah

Thursday, 5 June, 10-11:30am
Reading Group - Between Museum Education and Mandate

Thursday, 5 June, 9:00 pm on CBC Radio One
"Ideas from the Trenches" - with Stephen Wittek

Wednesday, 11 June, 12:30-2:30pm
Reading Group - Reading the Bible as a Poltical and Legal Text - The Torah

Wednesday, 11 June, 3-5pm
Reading Group - Information and Chaos Theories

Thursday, 12 June, 10-11:30am
Reading Group - Between Museum Education and Mandate

Sunday, 15 June, 8:30am - 3pm, Toronto
Earth Art - A Thinking Art Workshop

Wednesday, 18 June, 12:30-2:30pm
Reading Group - Reading the Bible as a Poltical and Legal Text - The Torah

Wednesday, 25 June, 12:30-2:30pm
Reading Group - Reading the Bible as a Poltical and Legal Text - The Torah

Wednesday, 2 July, 12:30-2:30pm
Reading Group - Reading the Bible as a Poltical and Legal Text - The Torah

Wednesday, 9 July, 12:30-2:30pm
Reading Group - Reading the Bible as a Poltical and Legal Text - The Torah

Wednesday, 16 July, 12:30-2:30pm
Reading Group - Reading the Bible as a Poltical and Legal Text - The Torah

Wednesday, 16 July, 3-5pm
Reading Group - Information and Chaos Theories

Wednesday, 23 July, 12:30-2:30pm
Reading Group - Reading the Bible as a Poltical and Legal Text - The Torah

Wednesday, 30 July, 12:30-2:30pm
Reading Group - Reading the Bible as a Poltical and Legal Text - The Torah

Wednesday, 13 August, 3-5pm
Reading Group - Information and Chaos Theories

Wednesday, 27 August, 3-5pm
Reading Group - Information and Chaos Theories

Winter 2014

Friday, 10 January, 2-4pm
Reading Group - Jacques Lacan's Ecrits: Years between the Mirror Stage and Jouissance

Monday, 13 January, 10am-12pm
Reading Group - The Prince: Machiavelli and Modern Society

Monday, 13 January, 3:30-5pm
Conversions Research Group meeting
The Sense of Hearing - Julie Cumming

Tuesday, 14 January, 9:30-11am
Reading Group - Redefining Technics: Architecture and Graham Harman’s Philosophy of Technology

Wednesday, 15 January, 5-7pm
Reading Group - Franz von Baader: Writings and Sources of a Christian Mystic

Friday, 17 January, 3-5pm
Reading GroupJacques Lacan's Ecrits: Years between the Mirror Stage and Jouissance

Wednesday, 22 January, 2-4pm
Reading Group - The Experience of Justice

Wednesday, 22 January, 4:30-6pm, FERR 456
IPLAI/Conversions Speakers Series
Professor Marcie Frank - "Reading the Reform of the Rake"

Thursday, 23 January, 4:30-6pm, 3610 McTavish Room 21-6
The Shakespeare & Performance Research Team
Michael Bristol - "Othello: The Possibility of a Naive Response"

Friday, 24 January, 3-5pm
Reading Group - Jacques Lacan's Ecrits: Years between the Mirror Stage and Jouissance

Monday, 27 January, 10am-12pm
Reading Group - The Prince: Machiavelli and Modern Society

Monday, 27 January, 3:30-5pm
Conversions Research Group meeting
Space of Conversion - Matteo Sorzano

Tuesday, 28 January, 9:30-11am
Reading Group - Redefining Technics: Architecture and Graham Harman’s Philosophy of Technology

Tuesday, 28 January, 3-4:30pm
Reading Group - Islam, Science, and Education: Past Perspectives, Present Dilemmas, and Future Prospects

Wednesday, 29 January, 5-7pm
Reading Group - Franz von Baader: Writings and Sources of a Christian Mystic

Friday, 31 January, 3-5pm
Reading GroupJacques Lacan's Ecrits: Years between the Mirror Stage and Jouissance

Sunday, 2 February, 11am, Segal Centre
Sunday-@-The Segal - The Seagull

Monday, 3 February, 3:30-5pm, 3610 McTavish St. Room 21-6
The Early Modern World: Works in Progress
Angela Vanhaelen - Automata in the Labyrinth: Beast Machines in early modern Amsterdam

Wednesday, 5 February, 2-4pm
Reading Group - The Experience of Justice

Thursday, 6 February 12:30-3:30pm
IPLAI Graduate and Postdoctoral Fellows Symposium

Friday, 7 February, 3-5pm
Reading GroupJacques Lacan's Ecrits: Years between the Mirror Stage and Jouissance

Friday, 7 February, 4:30pm, Ferrier 456
Richard K. Sherwin on Virtual and Actual Performance: Film, Theatre and Digital Media

Monday, 10 February, 10am-12pm
Reading Group - The Prince: Machiavelli and Modern Society

Monday, 10 February, 12:30-2pm
Conversions Research Group meeting
The Soul
- Torrance Kirby

Tuesday, 11 February, 9:30-11am
Reading Group - Redefining Technics: Architecture and Graham Harman’s Philosophy of Technology

Tuesday, 11 February, 3-4:30pm
Reading Group - Islam, Science, and Education: Past Perspectives, Present Dilemmas, and Future Prospects

Wednesday, 12 February, 5-7pm
Reading Group - Franz von Baader: Writings and Sources of a Christian Mystic

Wednesday, 12 February, 5:30pm
Great Trials IV - The Trial of the Police Officers Who Beat Rodney King

Friday, 14 February, 3-5pm
Reading GroupJacques Lacan's Ecrits: Years between the Mirror Stage and Jouissance

Monday, 17 February, 3:30-5pm, 3610 McTavish Room 21-6
The Early Modern World: Works in Progress
Stephen Wittek - Mapping the Public 'Now': Macroanalysis of Early Modern News and Drama

Wednesday, 19 February, 2-4pm
Reading Group - The Experience of Justice

Wednesday, 19 February, 5-7pm
Reading Group - Franz von Baader: Writings and Sources of a Christian Mystic

Thursday, 20 February, 4:30-6pm, 3610 McTavish Room 21-6
The Shakespeare & Performance Research Team
Meredith Evans - "By the Shoreline: Cities of the Stranger"

Friday, 21 February, 3-5pm
Reading GroupJacques Lacan's Ecrits: Years between the Mirror Stage and Jouissance

Monday, 24 February, 10am-12pm
Reading Group - The Prince: Machiavelli and Modern Society

Monday, 24 February, 3:30-5pm
Conversions Research Group meeting
Mapping Horizons
- Angela Vanhaelen

Tuesday, 25 February, 9:30-11am
Reading Group - Redefining Technics: Architecture and Graham Harman’s Philosophy of Technology

Tuesday, 25 February, 3-4:30pm
Reading Group - Islam, Science, and Education: Past Perspectives, Present Dilemmas, and Future Prospects

Wednesday, 26 February, 2-4pm
Reading Group - The Experience of Justice

Wednesday, 26 February, 5:30pm
Great Trials IV - The Trials of Nelson Mandela

Friday, 28 February, 3-5pm
Reading GroupJacques Lacan's Ecrits: Years between the Mirror Stage and Jouissance

Monday, 10 March, 10am-12pm
Reading Group - The Prince: Machiavelli and Modern Society

Monday, 10 March, 3:30-5pm
Conversions Research Group meeting
Early Modern Cities - José Jouve-Martin and Stephen Wittek

Tuesday, 11 March, 9:30-11am
Reading Group - Redefining Technics: Architecture and Graham Harman’s Philosophy of Technology

Tuesday, 11 March, 3-4:30pm
Reading Group - Islam, Science, and Education: Past Perspectives, Present Dilemmas, and Future Prospects

Wednesday, 12 March, 3-4:30pm, 3610 McTavish St. Room 21-6
The Early Modern World: Works in Progress
Matteo Soranzo - A New Look at Spirituality: Poetry for the Soul in Early Modern Italy

Wednesday, 12 March, 5-7pm
Reading Group - Franz von Baader: Writings and Sources of a Christian Mystic

Wednesday, 12 March, 5:30pm
Great Trials IVThe Trial of Orestes

Thursday, 13 March, 4:30-6pm, 3610 McTavish Room 21-6
The Shakespeare & Performance Research Team
Tiffany Hoffman - "Neuroesthetics' in Shakespeare's Rape of Lucrece"

Friday, 14 March, 3-5pm
Reading GroupJacques Lacan's Ecrits: Years between the Mirror Stage and Jouissance

Sunday, 16 March, 11am, Segal Centre
Sunday-@-The Segal - Glengarry Glen Ross

Monday, 17 March, 3:30-5pm, 3610 McTavish St. Room 21-6
The Early Modern World: Works in Progress
Brian Cowan - The Scribler and the Doctor: Daniel Defoe's Long Way with Dr. Henry Sacheverell

Tuesday, 18 March, 9:30-11am
Reading Group - Redefining Technics: Architecture and Graham Harman’s Philosophy of Technology

Wednesday, 19 March, 2-4pm
Reading Group - The Experience of Justice

Wednesday, 19 March, 4pm, Chancellor Day Hall Room 016
IPLAI/Conversions Speakers Series
Elizabeth Elbourne - "Emotion and the conversion narrative: Conversion and the invention of the self in the early Protestant missionary movement, 1770 - 1830"

Friday, 21 March, 3-5pm
Reading Group - Jacques Lacan's Ecrits: Years between the Mirror Stage and Jouissance

Friday, 21 March, 7:30pm, Pollack Hall, 555 Sherbrooke St. West
Opera McGill presents Operatic Shakespeare!
With scenes from: The Tempest, Romeo and Juliet, Othello, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Macbeth, and The Merry Wives of Windsor

Monday, 24 March, 10am-12pm
Reading Group - The Prince: Machiavelli and Modern Society

Monday, 24 March, 3:30-5pm
Conversions Research Group meeting
Digital Humanities - Stéfan Sinclair

Tuesday, 25 March, 3-4:30pm
Reading Group - Islam, Science, and Education: Past Perspectives, Present Dilemmas, and Future Prospects

Wednesday, 26 March, 3-4:30pm, 3610 McTavish St. Room 21-6
The Early Modern World: Works in Progress
José-Juan Lopez-Portillo - A Biographical Approach to Exploring the Role of ‘Cultural Mediators’ as Agents of Conversion in Sixteenth Century New Spain

Wednesday, 26 March, 5-7pm
Reading Group - Franz von Baader: Writings and Sources of a Christian Mystic

Wednesday, 26 March, 5:30pm
Great Trials IVThe Trial of Jocelyn Hotte

Thursday, 27 March, 5:00pm, Bronfman Building room 432
IPLAI/Conversions Speakers Series welcomes
Felipe Fernández-Armesto on "Change"

Friday. 28 March, 2:15-3pm, 3450 McTavish
Transformations in Graduate Education: The Future of the PhD
2014 Annual Conference of the Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences

Friday, 28 March, 3-5pm
Reading Group - Jacques Lacan's Ecrits: Years between the Mirror Stage and Jouissance

Monday, 31 March, 3:30-5pm, 3610 McTavish St. Room 21-6
The Early Modern World: Works in Progress
Paul Yachnin - Dreaming the Public Sphere

Wednesday, 2 April, 2-4pm
Reading Group - The Experience of Justice

Wednesday, 2 April, 3:00pm, Coach House, 3715 Peel St.
Roundtable on Law in the Flesh: Feelings, Publics, Popular Culture
With Prof. Richard K. Sherwin and McGill faculty colleagues

Friday, 4 April, 3-5pm
Reading Group - Jacques Lacan's Ecrits: Years between the Mirror Stage and Jouissance

Friday, 4 April, 3:30pm, Coach House, 3715 Peel St.
Roundtable on Conversion and Modernity
Marguerite Deslauriers, Alberto Perez-Gomez, and José Jouve-Martin

Tuesday, 8 April, 3-4:30pm
Reading Group - Islam, Science, and Education: Past Perspectives, Present Dilemmas, and Future Prospects

Wednesday, 9 April, 2:30-4pm, 3610 McTavish St. Room 21-6
The Early Modern World: Works in Progress
Prof. Vasileios Syros - Mercati Ex Machina: Greatness, Trade, and Economic Decline in Early Modern Jewish Thought and Giovanni Botero

Wednesday, 9 April, 5:30pm
Great Trials IVThe Trial of Percy Schmeiser

Friday, 11 April, 3-5pm
Reading Group - Jacques Lacan's Ecrits: Years between the Mirror Stage and Jouissance

Monday, 14 April, 3:30-5pm
Conversions Research Group meeting
"Cognitive Ecologies"
- Paul Yachnin

Tuesday, 15 April, 3:30-5pm, 3610 McTavish St. Room 21-6
The Early Modern World: Works in Progress
José R. Jouve-Martín - Healers, Saints, and Doctors: Black Medical Practitioners and the Politics of Science in Colonial Lima

Thursday, 17 April, 4:30-6pm, 3610 McTavish Room 21-6
The Shakespeare & Performance Research Team
Thomas Fish - "That Shakespearean Drag: Queer Time in All-Male Shakespeare"

Tuesday, 22 April, 3-4:30pm
Reading Group - Islam, Science, and Education: Past Perspectives, Present Dilemmas, and Future Prospects

Sunday, 27 April, 11am, Segal Centre
Sunday-@-The Segal - Top Girls

Fall 2013

Thursday, 5 September, 2-4pm
Reading Group - Jacques Lacan and his Ecrits: an introduction

Monday, 9 September, 4-6pm
Reading GroupThe Public and Private Lives of Digital Media

Wednesday, 11 September, 4:30-6pm
Reading Group - Problems and Controversies in Early Modern Studies of Art and Science

Thursday, 12 September, 2-4pm
Reading Group - Jacques Lacan and his Ecrits: an introduction

Monday, 16 September, 2-4pm
Reading Group - Encountering Borders: displacement, transgression, hybridity

Tuesday, 17 September, 10am-12pm
Reading Group - Why History Matters

Wednesday, 18 September, 3-4:30pm
Reading Group - Regimes of Surveillance in Visual Culture

Wednesday-Saturday, 18-21 September, Mcgill University and Phi Centre
Time Forms: Temporalities of Aesthetic Experience

Thursday, 19 September, 2-4pm
Reading Group - Jacques Lacan and his Ecrits: an introduction

Monday, 23 September, 4:30pm, Arts Lobby
Launch Celebration for Early Modern Conversions (SSHRC Partnership Grant Project)

Tuesday, 24 September, 10am-12pm
Reading Group - Why History Matters

Wednesday, 25 September, 1:30-3:30pm
Reading Group - Citizen, Nation and Modernity: a contemporary ethnographic analysis

Wednesday, 25 September, 4:30-6pm
Reading Group - Problems and Controversies in Early Modern Studies of Art and Science

Thursday, 26 September, 2-4pm
Reading Group - Jacques Lacan and his Ecrits: an introduction

Sunday, 29 September, 11am, Segal Centre
Sunday-@-The Segal - Ain't Misbehavin'

Monday, 30 September, 2-4pm
Reading Group - Encountering Borders: displacement, transgression, hybridity

Monday, 30 September, 4-6pm
Reading GroupThe Public and Private Lives of Digital Media

Wednesday, 2 October, 3-4:30pm
Reading Group - Regimes of Surveillance in Visual Culture

Thursday, 3 October, 2-4pm
Reading Group - Jacques Lacan and his Ecrits: an introduction

Friday, 4 October, 9am-5pm, Bronfman 645
Summit on the Future of Graduate Education and Training in the Humanities

Monday, 7 October, 4-6pm
Reading GroupThe Public and Private Lives of Digital Media

Tuesday, 8 October, 10am-12pm
Reading Group - Why History Matters

Wednesday, 9 October, 1:30-3:30pm
Reading Group - Citizen, Nation and Modernity: a contemporary ethnographic analysis

Wednesday, 9 October, 4:30-6pm
Reading Group - Problems and Controversies in Early Modern Studies of Art and Science

Thursday, 10 October, 2-4pm
Reading Group - Jacques Lacan and his Ecrits: an introduction

Tuesday, 15 October, 10am-12pm
Reading Group - Why History Matters

Wednesday, 16 October, 3-4:30pm
Reading Group - Regimes of Surveillance in Visual Culture

Thursday, 17 October, 2-4pm
Reading Group - Jacques Lacan and his Ecrits: an introduction

Thursday, 17 October, 2-4pm
Reading Group - Encountering Borders: displacement, transgression, hybridity

Tuesday, 22 October, 10am-12pm
Reading Group - Why History Matters

Wednesday, 23 October, 1:30-3:30pm
Reading Group - Citizen, Nation and Modernity: a contemporary ethnographic analysis

Wednesday, 23 October, 4:30-6pm
Reading Group - Problems and Controversies in Early Modern Studies of Art and Science

Thursday, 24 October, 2-4pm
Reading Group - Jacques Lacan and his Ecrits: an introduction

Monday, 28 October, 2-4pm
Reading Group - Encountering Borders: displacement, transgression, hybridity

Monday, 28 October, 4-6pm
Reading Group The Public and Private Lives of Digital Media

Tuesday, 29 October, 10am-12pm
Reading Group - Why History Matters

Wednesday, 30 October, 3-4:30pm
Reading Group - Regimes of Surveillance in Visual Culture

Thursday, 31 October, 2-4pm
Reading Group - Jacques Lacan and his Ecrits: an introduction

Friday, 1 November, 7-8:30pm
Lucy Peacock and Paul Yachnin - Shakespeare's Leading Women

Monday, 4 November, 4-6pm
Reading Group The Public and Private Lives of Digital Media

Tuesday, 5 November, 10am-12pm
Reading Group - Why History Matters

Wednesday, 6 November, 1:30-3:30pm
Reading Group - Citizen, Nation and Modernity: a contemporary ethnographic analysis

Wednesday, 6 November, 4:30-6pm
Reading Group - Problems and Controversies in Early Modern Studies of Art and Science

Thursday, 7 November, 2-4pm
Reading Group - Jacques Lacan and his Ecrits: an introduction

Thursday, 7 November, 4-5pm
José-Juan Lopez-Portillo on Original Sin: Conflict, Political Illegitimacy, and the Conversion of Timperial AUthority in Mesoamerica, 1519-1550

Monday, 11 November 2-4pm
Reading Group - Encountering Borders: displacement, transgression, hybridity

Wednesday, 13 November, 1:30-3pm
Reading Group - Citizen, Nation and Modernity: a contemporary ethnographic analysis

Wednesday, 13 November, 3-4:30pm
Reading Group - Regimes of Surveillance in Visual Culture

Thursday, 14 November, 2-4pm
Reading Group - Jacques Lacan and his Ecrits: an introduction

Sunday, 17 November, 11am, Segal Centre
Sunday-@-The Segal - Othello

Monday, 18 November, 12pm, McGill, 3610 McTavish, Room 22-6
Gail Kern-Paster - Minded like Weather: King Lear and the Making of Hard Hearts Lunchtime talk at McGill

Tuesday, 19 November, 10am-12pm
Reading Group - Why History Matters

Wednesday, 20 November, 4:30-6pm
Reading Group - Problems and Controversies in Early Modern Studies of Art and Science

Thursday, 21 November, 2-4pm
Reading Group - Jacques Lacan and his Ecrits: an introduction

Monday, 25 November 2-4pm
Reading Group - Encountering Borders: displacement, transgression, hybridity

Wednesday, 27 November, 1:30-3pm
Reading Group - Citizen, Nation and Modernity: a contemporary ethnographic analysis

Wednesday, 27 November, 3-4:30pm
Reading Group - Regimes of Surveillance in Visual Culture

Thursday, 28 November, 2-4pm
Reading Group - Jacques Lacan and his Ecrits: an introduction

Thursday, 5 December, 2-4pm
Reading Group - Jacques Lacan and his Ecrits: an introduction

Wednesday, 11 December, 1:30-3:30pm
Reading Group - Citizen, Nation and Modernity: a contemporary ethnographic analysis

Thursday, 12 December, 2-4pm
Reading Group - Jacques Lacan and his Ecrits: an introduction

Winter 2013

Thursday, 10 January, 5pm
Great Trials III Lecture Series
"Trial of Error": The Impeachment with no Conviction of Bill Clinton
Prof. Gil Troy (History)

Thursday, 24 January, 5pm
Great Trials III Lecture Series
Spies and Lies: Cold War Psychiatry, the CIA, and the Case Against Ewen Cameron
Prof. Andrea Tone (History and Social Studies of Medicine)

Sunday, 27 January, 11am, Segal Centre
Sunday-@-the Segal
with Monica Popsecu (Department of English) and Maurice Podbrey, Producer

Monday, 4 February, 7pm, Arts Building, room 160
Monday-@-McGill with Monica Popsecu (Department of English) and Maurice Podbrey, Producer

Thursday, 7 February, 5pm
Great Trials III Lecture Series
Through Lizzie Borden’s Mirror: Reflections on Women and Law
Prof. Shauna Va Praagh (Law)

Friday, 8 February, 7:30pm
Tanna Schulich Hall, 527 Sherbrooke St. W.
Dranmatic Reading of Kent Stetson's The Harps of God
Open to all; free admission; reception to follow

Thursday, 28 February, 5pm
Great Trials III Lecture Series
The Trial of Wall Street
Prof. Peter Gibian (English) 
Sunday, 3 March, 11am, Segal Centre
Sunday-@-the Segal
Artists as Activists
with Tyrone Benskin, MP for Jeanne-Le Ber

Monday, 11 March, 7pm, Arts Building, room 160
Monday-@-McGill
Music and Civil Rights
with Tyrone Benskin, MP for Jeanne-Le Ber

Thursday, 14 March, 5pm
Great Trials III Lecture Series
Almost Persons: Life on Trial
Prof. Wendy Adams (Law)

Tuesday, 19 March, IPLAI Seminar Room, 4pm
Public Crises, Public Futures
with Prof. John Clarke and Dr. Nick Mahony, Open University

Saturday, 23 March and Sunday 24 March, 12-4pm, IPLAI offices
Character Generated Story Workshop
with Kent Stetson, IPLAI Artist in Residence

Thursday, 11 April, 5-8pm
Ten Stories (and more)
about Markets, Creativity and Transformative Possibilities

Sunday, 5 May, 11am
Sunday-@-the Segal
Sherlock Holmes
with Paul and Kent Stetson

Monday, 13 May, 7pm
Monday-@-McGill
with Kent Stetson

Wednesday, 22 May
The Enchanted Island
at C2-MTL

Fall 2012

Tuesday, 28 August, 1-2pm
Redpath Museum Auditorium
How Art Changed the World

Saturday, 15 September
Sid Lee Bootcamp
Thinking Art
A day-long workshop hosted by Art and Ideas in Motion (AIM).

Friday, 21 September, 12pm-2pm
Bronfman Building 423
Silent Spring at 50: Rachel Carson and Cultures of Environmentalism
Seminar with guest Linda Lear
in collaboration with the Marcel Desautels Institute for Integrated Management and the McGill School of Environment

Friday, 28 September, 6:30pm
Pollack Hall east lounge, Schulich School of Music, 555 Sherbrooke St. W.
John Cage and his Works
Join Peter Schubert, Mark Morton and friends for a conversation on the life and works of composer John Cage. The talk will precede a free, all-Cage concert in Pollack Hall as part of Les journées de la culture, and in collaboration with the Schulich School of Music.

Sunday, 30 September, 11am, Segal Centre
Sunday-@-the Segal with Patrick Hansen, Director, Opera McGill

Thursday, 4 October, 2pm
Stephen Scott Seminar Room; Old Chancellor Day Hall 16
Moving Images of the Law: Seminar with pre-circulated text
Richard Sherwin, New York Law School
To participate, write to iplai [at] mcgill [dot] ca

Monday, 15 October, 6pm , Arts Building, room 160
Monday-@-McGill
with Patrick Hansen, Director, Opera McGill

Friday, 2 November, 3pm-4:30pm
Burnside Hall, room 426
Mapping Contemporary Canadian Cinematographic Territories
Sébastien Caquard, Department of Geography, Planning and Environment; Concordia University
In collaboration with the Department of Geography

Sunday, 25 Novembre, 11am, Segal Centre
Sunday-@-the Segal with Paul Yachnin, Director, IPLAI, and Anne Grace, Musée des beaux-arts

Monday, 3 December, 7pm, Arts Building, room 160
Monday-@-McGill
with Paul Yachnin, Director, IPLAI, and Anne Grace, Musée des beaux-arts

Friday, 7 December, 3:30pm, Staff Lounge, Faculty of Religious Studies
IPLAI Open Meeting