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Prof. Edith Hall: Was Cyclops a Typical Satyr Play?

8Feb201915:30
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Join the McGill Classics Play for a free public lecture supported by the Natambea Foundation. Professor Edith Hall (King’s College London) will discuss whether or not the Cyclops was a typical...

The 2018 Cundill Lecture: Professor Daniel Beer

14Nov201817:00
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The House of the Dead: Colonisation and Punishment in Tsarist Siberia...

Lecture: Tom Gallant (UC San Diego): Remembering Violent August: the 1918 anti-Greek riot in Toronto, 100 years on

13Nov201818:30

On a hot August night, as WWI was coming to an end 100 years ago – and for the next four consecutive nights – the good citizens of Toronto went crazy and ignited the largest riot in the city’s...

On Human Rights: Seventy Years of Contested Change

12Oct201816:00

 M690 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal, QC, H3A 1E9, CA/historyCategory: Dept. of History

Sir Tom Devine presents "The Scottish Factor in Nineteenth-Century Canada: An Interpretation"

20Sep201816:00
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'The history of Canada is to a certain extent the history of the Scots in Canada’ (The Scottish Tradition in Canada, 1976). Is this statement an example of exaggerated ethnic conceit or does it...

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