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Professor Opal writes Washington Post op-ed on Fourth of July

Published: 6Jul2020

Professor and Departmental Chair Jason M. Opal published an op-ed on Trump’s misguided ideas of Fourth of July in the Washington Post.

The State of the System: A Reality Check on Canada’s Schools

18Nov202017:00
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Join MISC Director Daniel Béland and Dr. Paul W. Bennett for this online book launch and discussion on the publication of Dr./miscCategory: McGill Institute for the Study of Canada

Professor Opal writes op-ed with physician-father on history of epidemics in the United States

Published: 3Apr2020

Professor and Departmental Chair Jason M. Opal and his father, Prof. Steven M. Opal (Alpert Medical School at Brown) have co-written op-ed for the LA Times on how American Presidents have dealt...

Prof. Jarrett Rudy (1970-2020)

Published: 5Apr2020

Professor Jarrett Rudy passed away on April 4, 2020, two weeks after undergoing quintuple bypass surgery.

Prof. Adjetey on anti-Black racism in Canada in CBC interview on June 7

Published: 11Jun2020

The violent nature of anti-Black racism in the United States has conveniently served Canadians for a long time to ignore racism in their own country, warns Prof. Adjetey in a CBC interview of June...

Two Members of the Department nominated for Prestigious Book Prize

Published: 31Mar2020

Congratulations to Professor Elsbeth Heaman and Professor Brian Young (emeritus)! Their books Tax, Order, and Good Government and Patrician Families and the Making of Quebec have just been...

Professor Andrea Tone dispels Trump myth on Lysol

Published: 30Apr2020

Media outlets cite Professor Andrea Tone’s research on the history and medicinal use of Lysol to dispel US President Trump’s recent suggestion that injecting or ingesting disinfectants can fight...

Marshall McLuhan: the man behind Québec’s October Crisis?

14Oct202017:30
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Join MISC for a lecture from Jonathan Slater about the legacy of Marshall McLuhan and his effects on the October Crisis./miscCategory: McGill Institute for the Study of Canada

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