The notion of autopsy (from the Ancient Greek autos and opsis: to see for oneself) designates the prime operation in the development of knowledge.
The statesmen who wrote the Constitutional Act of 1867 knew that they were making history. What did it mean to make history; what lessons did “History” hold for the discerning?
The McGill Faculty of Arts is pleased to announce the annual Cundill Prize Lecture in History, presented by the acclaimed cultural historian and 2016 prize recipient, Professor Thomas J.
Juliet Johnson (McGill), “Remembering the Revolution: Russian Commemoration of 1917 in 2017”
Paul Robinson (Ottawa), “The Revolution, the Church, and the Modern Russian State”