Explore a Victorian-era newspaper phenomenon called “The Agony Columns.” Characterized by anonymity, lack of censorship, and encryption, the “agonies” rapidly became some of the most widely-read texts in Victorian England. Encoded messages were often featured in the columns, written and enjoyed by forlorn lovers, cunning criminals, savvy detectives, and newspaper readers who reveled in the dramas unfolding on the newspapers’ front pages.
This competition encourages McGill students, working in teams, to propose new technologically-based ideas/solutions that solve real world problems. This year's pitch competition is taking place on March 23rd, 2023 from 5:00 - 8:00 PM during the John D.
McGill professors, bring your mug and chat with one of McGill Engine’s Technological Entrepreneurs-in-Residence (TechEiRs) and other members of the Engine team.
Lamathilde is a video-sound-performance artist. Her work investigates identity through sexuality and gender using low-grade video, super 8, manipulated film footage and stop-motion animation. Sound is at the core of her practice.
This workshop will provide an overview of the customer discovery process and then delve deeper into how to conduct customer interviews and how to iterate on your business model or lean canvas.RSVP Here!
Part 1: #BlackLivesMatter in public health: Critical race theory, historical roots and legacies of anti-Black racism
Free webinars focusing on Anti-Black racism and health. You can sign up for one, two, or all three.
This year marks the 7th annual celebration of Black History Month at McGill and we hope that you will join us!
Centre Mont-Royal2200 Mansfield Street, Montréal, QC Thursday, February 2, 2023, 5 p.m. This event is free, but registration is required. Register here. A roundtable discussion featuring remarks from David Austin, Terri Givens, and Tari Ajadi
Moderated by Holly Cabrera, CBC Montreal.
Did you know that you can apply for funding through the Arts Internship Awards, even if you find a summer internship on your own? Well, you can!
In summer 2022, 125 Faculty of Arts students received over $580,000 as recipients of the 2022 Faculty of Arts Internship Awards and 38 Arts students received $190,000 as recipients of the Arts Undergraduate Research Internship Awards (ARIA).
Friday, February 3, 2023
12:30 to 2:30 pm
Location: Sherbrooke 550, 550 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal, QC, H3A 1B9, CA or ZOOM
Brandon Smith Friday, February 3, 2023 3:30-5:30 PM Leacock Building, Room 927
Join the Department of English for a talk by Assistant Professor in English Language and Literature Tina Post (University of Chicago), "Deadpan in/as Black Aesthetics".