Alan Hustak's biography of Sir William Hingston, MDCM'1851, shows him "at the centre of Montreal's medical, business, social and political life."
McGill graduates Joseph Heath and Andrew Potter argue that most popular attempts at rebelling against the mainstream culture generally end up being absorbed by it.
J. Torres, BA'93, DipEd'94, and Eric Kim chronicle the misadventures of an English-as-a-second-language teacher in South Korea.
J. Torres, BA'93, DipEd'94, and Scott Chantler create a witty, quick-moving tale that explores some of the less savoury aspects of life in '50s-era Hollywood.
Compiled by Faith Wallis, BA'71, MA'74, MLS'76, and Pamela Miller, BA'66, this book showcases volumes from the library's collections with commentaries from invited scholars.
Liam Durcan, professor of neurology and neurosurgery at the Montreal Neurological Institute, releases a collection of 16 masterfully told short stories.
Isa Milman, MSc(A)'83, explores her Jewish identity and family history in her poetry.
A short history of intercollegiate football, illuminating McGill's role in the evolution of the game.
The Centre for Continuing Education offers a selection of its courses in facilities located on the South Shore.
Scientists from McGill University and the University of California have discovered a way to reverse breast cancer in lab mice, paving the way for drugs that could eradicate the disease.