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Seminar | Race, Crime and Gentrification: Neighborhood Life in Chicago versus Montreal Realities

9Dec202011:00
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12:30

Anti-crime initiatives in low-income neighborhoods often lead to increased policing and evictions of tenants. Such a situation contributes to gentrification and the displacement of less fortunate...

Call for papers for the “1971-2021: 50 ans de corpus montréalais” conference

Published: 6Aug2020

CIRM is proud to contribute as a partner to the international conference 1971-2021: 50 ans de corpus montréalais. This event organized by Hélène Blondeau (U. of Florida), Marty Laforest (UQTR), and...

Call for applications: Research Assistant position

Published: 20Nov2020

The Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on Montreal (CIRM)’s professor of practice Ana Brandusescu and McGill Department of Geography and Bieler School of Environment professor Renee Sieber are...

McGill University’s redesigned MBA program equips students to lead in shifting business climate

Published: 19Nov2020

The Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University announced the launch of a newly redesigned MBA program that prepares students to confront the challenges of a rapidly evolving business...

Webinar | A Century of Health Crises in Montreal

13Nov202013:30
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15:00

Can we benefit from past epidemics to better understand and experience the current pandemic? What are the similarities between yesterday's health crises and today's?/centre-montrealCategory: Research

Blog post | Montreal as an Island

Published: 27Oct2020

Written by Victoria C. Slonosky

RGCS Lecture by Anthony Appiah

25Feb202116:30
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18:00

Virtual lecture by Anthony Appiah hosted by the Research Group on Constitutional Studies. /lin-centreCategory: Academic seminars and lectures Academic talks and conferences

RGCS Lecture by Michael C. Munger

21Jan202116:30
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18:00

The Research Group on Constitutional Studies presents a lecture by Michael C. Munger /lin-centreCategory: Academic seminars and lectures Academic talks and conferences Dept. of Political Science

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