Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on Montreal

Conference-experience | Le fleuve qui nous traverse *SOLD OUT*

11Jun202213:30
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Located in the heart of an archipelago of more than 300 islands, Montréal is part of a vast hydrographic network of which the St. Lawrence River is one of the main waterways. However, Montréal is...

Conference-Experience | Nordicité fluviale montréalaise

14May202213:30
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How is the St. Lawrence River experienced, from Montréal, in the winter? What perceptions do Montréalers have of this large waterway during the coldest season?Parc des Rapides, 7770 Lasalle Blvd.,...

Walking Tour | Exploring the Champ des Possibles and its Milieu

8May202216:30
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As part of the 14th edition of the Montréal Urban Ecology Centre’s Jane’s Walk, the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on Montréal (C77 Bernard Street East, Montréal, QC, H2T 1E7, CA/centre...

New hire among CIRM’s community managers

Published: 14Mar2022

The Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on Montréal (CIRM) is pleased to announce the arrival of a new research assistant to its team. As Community Manager, Antoney Bell will be actively involved...

CIRM welcomes six new members and a resident scholar

As approved by its board of directors, the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on Montréal (CIRM) now counts five new members within its research-action axes:

International Comic Arts Conference | Shaking the Foundations

28Oct2021
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30Oct2021

The McGill Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on Montréal (CIRM) and the Montréal Comic Arts Festival (MCAF) are pleased to invite you to the Shaking BAnQ Auditorium, 475, De Maisonneuve East...

CIRM welcomes Pavel Kunysz as visiting scholar for the Fall of 2021

Published: 16Sep2021

Starting in September, the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on Montréal is happy to welcome Ph.D candidate Pavel Kunysz as part of a three-month research stay!

CIRM-McConnell Professor of Practice appointed to Canada’s Multi-Stakeholder Forum on Open Government

Published: 26Jan2021

Ana Brandusescu is one of four new Civil Society Members to join Canada’s Multi-Stakeholder Forum on Open Government for the next two years, and will be representing the McGill Centre for...

New members and resident scholars

Published: 1Dec2020

As approved by its Board of Directors, CIRM recently welcomed two new members:

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