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Book launch | Mary Hunter "The Face of Medicine: Visualising Medical Masculinities in Late Nineteenth-Century Paris"

14Sep201716:30

THE FACE OF MEDICINE: Visualising Medical Masculinities in Late Nineteenth-Century Paris 3647 Peel Street, CA/ahcsCategory: Dept. of Art History and Communication Studies

Bodies in Difference: Race and Performance In and Beyond North America

20Apr2017
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22Apr2017

McGill University is pleased to present Bodies in Difference: Race and Performance in and Beyond North America, a three-day Symposium and Theatre Festiv/ahcsCategory: Dept. of Art History and...

Canvas Undergraduate Colloquium

30Mar201718:00
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 Arts Building, Montreal, QC, CA/ahcsCategory: Dept. of Art History and Communication Studies

The Art of Peace: Dutch and Flemish paintings at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts’ new Pavilion for Peace

20Mar201718:30
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21Mar201717:45

The international symposium The Art of Peace celebrates the opening of the new Michal and Renata Hornstein Pavilion for Peace at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts./ahcsCategory: Dept. of Art History...

Media@McGill joint book launch

14Feb201717:00
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The Participatory Condition in the Digital Age...

process(ed) | Fridge Door Gallery Fall vernissage

18Nov201618:00
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Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/189479494841842/Glass Door Gallery, 4064 Blvd. St-Laurent, #1, CA/ahcsCategory: Dept. of Art History and Communication Studies

AHCS Speaker Series | André Dombrowski: "The Impressionist Instant and the Poetics of the Schedule"

3Nov201616:00
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André DombrowskiA853 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal, QC, H3A 0G5, CA/ahcsCategory: Dept. of Art History and Communication Studies

Edward Snowden | Media@McGill public talk

2Nov201619:00
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 Leacock, 855 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Room 232, Montreal, QC, H3A 2T7, CA/ahcsCategory: Dept. of Art History and Communication Studies

Media@McGill Beaverbrook Annual Lecture: Sheila Watt-Cloutier & Steven Guilbeault

24Oct201617:30
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The 2016 Beaverbrook Annual Lecture presents two speakers, Sheila Watt-Cloutier, environmental, cultural and human rights advocate and author of The Right to be Cold, and Steven GuilbeaultFaculty...

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