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Professor Amélie Quesnel-Vallée received a major SSHRC – Partnership grant for her multi-year project CAnD3

Published: 1Jun2020

Professor Amélie Quesnel-Vallée received a major SSHRC – Partnership grant for her multi-year project CAnD3. The Consortium on Analytics for Data-Driven Decision-Making (CAnD3) will collaboratively...

Associate Professor of Sociology Zoua Vang awarded a William Dawson Chair

Published: 22Apr2020

Associate Professor of Sociology Zoua Vang was awarded a William Dawson Chair in recognition of her valuable work on immigration, ethnicity, and Indigenous health.

Professor Opal writes op-ed with physician-father on history of epidemics in the United States

Published: 3Apr2020

Professor and Departmental Chair Jason M. Opal and his father, Prof. Steven M. Opal (Alpert Medical School at Brown) have co-written op-ed for the LA Times on how American Presidents have dealt...

Two Members of the Department nominated for Prestigious Book Prize

Published: 31Mar2020

Congratulations to Professor Elsbeth Heaman and Professor Brian Young (emeritus)! Their books Tax, Order, and Good Government and Patrician Families and the Making of Quebec have just been...

PhD Candidate Alicia Poole receives Outstanding Conference Paper Award at 13th EPS Conference

Published: 17Feb2020

PhD candidate Alicia Poole, currently working with Professor Jennifer Elrick, received the Outstanding Conference Paper Award at the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto.

McGill Honors Student wins Undergraduate Essay Prize of the Canadian Association of Slavists

Published: 12Feb2020

Yaroslav Gouzenko has won the Undergraduate Essay Prize of the Canadian Association of Slavists for his paper “Shaimiev and the Tatarstan Model: A Successful Highjack,” which he wrote in Professor...

What does it mean to be Afro-Métis? Prof. Adjetey weighs in on the controversy on poet-laureate George Elliott Clarke

Published: 22Jan2020

In an insightful op-ed for the Star on January 21, 2020, Prof. Wendell Nii Laryea Adjetey explores how Canadian society still denies indigeneity to Black-Indigenous, or Afro-Métis, persons while...

Retirement of Connie DiGiuseppe, Manager at the administrative centre of History and Classical Studies, Sociology, Anthropology and Jewish Studies

Published: 22Jan2020

With the retirement of Connie DiGiuseppe in late 2019 as Area Manager for Student Affairs, the administrative centre of History and Classical Studies, Sociology, Anthropology and Jewish Studies...

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