Why is Climate Action So Hard?


The Mossman Endowment of McGill University presents the 2018 D. Lorne Gales Lecture in the History of Science Why is Climate Action So Hard?

Event | Film screening of "A Memory in Khaki"


The Islamic Studies Library is please to host a screening of A Memory in Khaki by Syrian filmaker Alfoz Tanjour.

Mossman Lecture | Why is Climate Action So Hard?


The Mossman Endowment of McGill University presents the D. Lorne Gales Lecture in the History of Science.  Why is it so hard to address the problems of climate change? 

Exhibition | Celebrating Black History Month


This exhibit celebrates Black History Month and highlights some of the archival and special collections housed at the McGill University Archives and Rare Books and Special Collections.

Rare Books and Special Collections Travel Research Grants are accepting proposals

Published: 8Nov2017

The McGill Library is currently accepting applications for three travel research grants to facilitate on-site research with our Rare Books and Special Collections.

Interlibrary Loans and Document Delivery team wins 2014-15 Principal’s Award

Published: 1Oct2015

McGill Library’s Interlibrary Loan and Document Delivery has been named as one of the winners of the prestigious 2014-15 Principal’s Award for Administrative and Support Staff (Team Projects),...

WorldCat catalogue and Email a Librarian unavailable from 10pm February 24 to 8am on February 25

Published: 20Feb2018

The McGill Library WorldCat catalogue and the Email a Librarian service will be unavailable due to planned maintenance from 10:00pm on Saturday, February 24th through to 8:00am on Sunday, February...

McLennan Library Building Water Shutdown February 24, 8-9am

Published: 20Feb2018

Please note, there will be a City of Montreal water shutdown at the McLennan Library Building on Saturday, February 24 from 8am to 9am. All six floors are affected. This shutdown is necessary for...

Lecture | James Forbes (1749-1819), Discovery and Perplexity


Taken individually, artist and writer James Forbes' works are deceptive.


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