CIRM presents its selection of books related to urban studies and the city of Montreal, updated on a monthly basis. Created in collaboration with several of our members, the Reading corner includes both scholarly works and works of fiction.
Discover our brand-new knowledge transfer tool with this first issue on the conference-experience DIY Urbanism, held in the Fall of 2018 with visiting scholar Gordon Douglas.
CIRM has updated its network diagram of projects and partners for the current academic year. There sure is a lot going on in Montréal studies!
In these times of confinement, the public sphere is going digital and becoming a space of solidarity to which CIRM hopes to contribute in its own way.
CIRM is proud to welcome Dr. Jhessica Reia as part of their research-action project Smartness after Dark: Understanding Nightlife Governance and Urban Intelligence in Montreal.
A tool that will provide access to geo-referenced and time-stamped data on Montreal and its people.
CIRM is proud to welcome two visiting scholars during the summer of 2019 and six resident scholars for the academic year 2019-2020!
Two scholarship programs for CIRM members and emerging researchers help support research on Montréal:
Montréal, a multilingual and multi-ethnic city, is an ideal living laboratory for researchers and students of its four universities.
CIRM is proud to work with various local and international partner organizations!
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