Presenters: Jennifer MacLean, "Advancing Paternal Age and Autism," ref. D. Reichenberg et al., Arch Gen Psych 63: 1026-1032, 2006; Nathalie Bolduc, "Very mild cases of Rett syndrome with skewed X inactivation," ref. P. Huppke et al., J. Med. Genet. - published online first: 11 May 2006.
Nicholas Ah Mew, MD
Dionne Bunsha, award-winning journalist, Frontline, Mumbia, India. In collaboration with the South Asian Women's Community Centre (SAWCC) and South Asia Centre (CERAS), and supported by Students' Scociety of McGill University Campus Life Fund. All welcome.
Virginia Shadbolt Symposium. Moderator: Shree Mulay, Director, MCRTW; presenters: Mela Sarkar and Shaheen Shariff; panel discussion: Dr. Marie McAndrews, Chair of Ethnic Studies, and others. Reception, 5-6 pm: McGill students and faculty, parents, teachers and the general public are invited. Presented in association with CBC and Montreal Matters.
Sheila Baillie Lecture: Nasrine Seraji, architect, Atelier Seraji, Paris; director, Paris-Malaquais School of Architecture. All welcome.
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Malalai Joya, 27-year-old member of the Afghan Parliament. The BBC has called Joya "the most famous woman in Afghanistan." She first gained international attention when she publicly denounced warlords at the 2003 Constitutional Loya Jirga (traditional grand assembly) in Kabul. She was elected to the National Assembly, or Wolesi Jirga, in September 2005, as a representative of Farah province, with the second highest number of votes in the province.
An 8-week program in "Mindfulness Based Whole Person Care" for women who have completed their treatment for breast cancer.
'Freud wars à la française' - Remarks on old impasses and new avenues in historiography of psychoanalysis
Andreas Mayer, Dept of History and Philosophy of Science, University of Cambridge, UK
Alexandra Choby, Dept of Anthropology, Stanford