Faculty of Arts
ARIA 2014: Faculty of Arts Undergraduate Research Internship Awards. DEADLINE: March 31st. Learn more.
What is Happening in Ukraine and Why?: A Roundtable Discussion, Thursday, March 13, 4:00 - 5:30 pm. Leacock 232. Sponsored by the European Union Centre of Excellence.
Politics, Religion, Jewish Law and Philosophy: An Evening in Memory of David Hartman. Professor William A. Galston (Brookings Institution), Professor Charles Taylor (McGill), Rabbi Asher Lopatin (Yeshivat Chovevei Torah Rabbinical School), and Professor Lawrence Kaplan (McGill) all of whom knew David Hartman personally, will speak on topics of pressing relevance that were close to his heart. Thursday, March 13 at 5:00-8:00 pm. Bronfman Building, Room 423, 1001 Sherbrooke St. W. Sponsored by the Department of Jewish Studies.
McGill for Humanities: A Series of Discussions Among Faculty and Students. The discussion on Tuesday, March 18, from 1:00 - 3:00 pm in Arts 160 will feature Professor Annemarie Adams (Architecture), Professor Darin Barney (Art History & Communication Studies), Alexander McAuley (History & Classical Studies). To view the videos of previous discussions, and learn about future discussions and the essay competition, click here.
The 2014 J. Mallory Lecture will feature Elizabeth May speaking on The Crisis in Democracy. Monday, March 24, 5:00 pm, McGill Faculty Club, 3450 McTavish. Sponsored by the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada.
Religion and Religious Minorities: Encounters with the State, Modernity, and Secularism. Wednesday, March 26, 4:00 - 6:00 pm. Leacock 232. A Symposium presented by the Minor Program in Canadian Ethnic and Racial Studies. Learn more.
Mongrel art: A discussion of literature and its neighbours is Michael Ondaatje's topic for the 2014 Hugh MacLennan Memorial Lecture, Wednesday, March 26, 5:30 pm, in the Maxwell-Cohen Moot Court, Faculty of Law, 3660 Peel St. Sponsored by Friends of the McGill Library. Learn more.
Congratulations to Professor Andrew Piper (Languages, Literatures, and Cultures) and his team on receiving a grant from the internationally-funded Digging Into Data Challenge. Read more.
Congratulations to Professor Maggie Kilgour (Department of English) on winning the Hanford Book Award from the Milton Society of America for her book, Milton and the Metamorphosis of Ovid.