Faculty of Arts

Students Confront Cultural Stereotypes in Thessaloniki, Greece

31 Jul 2018

This June, the McGill Summer Studies in Greece program completed its third trip abroad to study transnational relations and interconnected histories along the coasts of the Mediterranean Sea. The...

2018 Cundill History Prize in record year for submissions

Published: 27Jul2018

Celebrating its 11th year, the Cundill History Prize announced a record number of submissions for 2018, with more than 400 titles accepted, up 25 percent from last year. Administered by the Faculty...

What’s in a Symbol? Taking Representation and Visibility Seriously on Campus and in Curricula

10 Jul 2017

In just two months, McGill has made many aesthetic changes on and around our downtown campus. Flags of the world frame both sides of the Roddick Gates, and twelve sculptures inspired by the...

Digging into Data: Toward a new understanding of the Arts

6 Jul 2017

While artificial intelligence is infiltrating most areas of our lives and work, many people see it as tool for and of science – largely useful to programmers and data scientists, certainly not for...

Don’t Blame the System, Make the System

6 Jul 2017

Lounging in the back yard of his converted duplex after a round of outdoor job hunting, a Styrofoam package of butter chicken in hand, Abdoulaye Mouflet doesn’t seem so different from your typical...

Writing Through Transition

8 Jun 2017

When political science Professor Juliet Johnson was in high school, she wanted to be a biochemist. In fact, she’s pretty sure the reason she was accepted into Stanford was because she won the...


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