Exhibition curated by Jennifer Carter. Vernissage and reception sponsored by the RAIC and Novus at 6 pm on Monday, October 15, followed by the David J. Azrieli Lecture in Architecture with Moshe Safdie at 7:30 pm in Leacock 132. The exhibition has been organized in collaboration with the John Bland Canadian Architecture Collection of the McGill University Library. Monday to Friday, 9 to 5.
For its second speaker of this year's Italian Studies Speakers Series, the department presents Alberto Melloni (University of Modena e Reggio Emilia).
Italian Studies Speakers Series: Lino Pertile, Harvard University. Taking his cue from the changing title of the Divine Comedy, Prof. Pertile will discuss and question the recent critical tradition that distinguishes three Dantes in the poem: character, narrator and author. He argues that the original title (Comedia Dantis Alagherii) encapsulates Dante's claim that character, narrator and author are one.
Dharmarao Ramanah, graduate student
Vidya Subramanian, graduate student
Dr. David Ragsdale, Montreal Neurological Institute
Dr. Linda Wilbrecht, Keck Center for Integrative Neuroscience, University of California, San Francisco
Dual regulation of the dopamine transporter function by the dopamine D2 receptor through direct protein-protein interaction
Dr. Fang Liu, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, University of Toronto
Dr. Tak Pan Wong, Douglas Hospital Research Centre, Department of Psychiatry, McGill