The social relevance of knowledge: Science, class, and the formation of semi-colonial Iran, 1900s-1940s
Cyrus Schayegh, independent scholar, PhD, Columbia
John Dingley, York University. All are welcome to this talk, which will be followed by an informal reception.
Mikhail Iossel, author and professor, Concordia University. Sponsored in part by the Solomon and Dorothy Levites series of public lectures and symposia in Jewish Studies.
An exhibition of student work from Sketching School 2004 in Bar Harbor, Maine. Monday to Friday, 9 am to 5 pm.
A tribute to the music of the movies, led by the Boston Pops' principal guest conductor, Bruce Hangen. From the raw energy of Bernard Herrmann's "Psycho" to the luscious melodies of Maurice Jarre's "Lawrence of Arabia," the Boston Pops honours the cinematic genius of those who provoke our emotions through music to the moving image.
Erin Prachun, MA candidate, Anthropology, McGill
1. Rufa Doria: Challenges in the Colorado River basin. 2. Shadi Dayyani: The city of Isfahan. 3. Shalini Oogathoo: Ballast water
Dr Jin Wu, distinguished oceanic scientist and former Minister of Education of the Republic of China, discusses Zheng He's voyages of discovery and the upcoming celebrations of the 600th anniversary of his first voyage.
John A. Hall, Dean of the Faculty of Arts, and the James McGill Society cordially invite you to attend a lecture by Paul Yachnin (BA McGill, MA University of Edinburgh, PhD University of Toronto), Tomlinson Professor of Shakespeare Studies. Seating is limited.
Come revisit your McGill days at Campoverde, Kitsilano's swanky social club, the coolest venue west of Gert's. Good food, great ambience and a chance to meet and schmooze with your fellow alumni in Vancouver. What's not to love?