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Islamic Encounter lecture series will be held from October 8, 2018 to Apil 8, 2019. Speakers include Alireza Doostdar, Christoper Silver, Noah Salomon, Damien Jamos, Robert Wisnovsky, Kaveh Hemmat, Setrag Manoukian, Armando Salvatore, Milad Odabaei, Stefania Pandolfo, Matthew Melvin-Koushki, Marwa Elshakry.
Osler Library Exhibition | Curiosities of Conception; Selections from the Osler Library of the History of Medicine
Drawing from the rich holdings of the Osler Library of the History of Medicine, Curiosities of Conception looks specifically at the ways that medical discourses have responded to and perpetuated the image of the monstrous maternal from the sixteenth to the twentieth centuries. It does so by bringing together medical texts revolving broadly around the topics of conception, childbirth, and parenting....
Susan Mintzberg is a PhD candidate in the School of Social Work at McGill University. Her doctoral research, funded by FRQSC, explores the role of families in psychiatry with a focus on collaboration between family members and mental health care professionals. This work evolved from ten years of clinical practice with individuals and families in community mental health....
Students with questions about Independent Study Away, Exchange and Transfer Credits. For Arts students only. For more information, visit the “Plan and Prepare” and “Transfer Credit Policy” sections of our Study Away website.
A guest lecture by Nadia El-Shaarawi of Colby College....
Speaker Series | Andrew Hunter “In the Belly of the Whale: Reflections on Precarious Future(s) and Aging Settler/ Colonial Institutions”
“In the Belly of the Whale: Reflections on Precarious Future(s) and Aging Settler/ Colonial Institutions”Andrew Hunter Independent artist, curator, educator and writer...
Much has been written recently about language policy in Canada, in light of political developments in provinces like New Brunswick and Ontario, the 50th Anniversary of the Official Languages Act and the announced recognition of Indigenous languages in Canada. The objective of this Symposium is to discuss language policy in Canada, with a particular emphasis on language minorities....
Ruqu Wang (Queen's University)
“The Role of Negative Prizes in Optimal Contest Design.”
Organized by: Professor Licun Xue
Islamic Encounters – Islam, Translation and the 'Outside', by Dr. Milad Odabaei, McGill University.