Library event

Book Launch | The Oxford Handbook of Persian Linguistics

8Nov201817:00
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19:00

Join us as we launch the book, The Oxford Handbook of Persian Linguistics co-edited by Dr.

Event | Treasures for Our Children: Jewish Foodways for the 21st Century

28Oct201815:00
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17:00

This event is now full. If you would like to be added to the waiting list, Please email roaar.library [at] mcgill.ca /libraryCategory: Alumni Libraries

Lecture | Montreal at the Front: Personalities of the Great War

7Nov201817:30
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19:30

What was life on the home front and life on the front lines like for Montrealers during the First World War?

Event | Therapy Dogs in Redpath Group Zone

29Oct201812:00
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14:00

  Our furry friends,Brandy and Astra are coming back with a mission to help you de-stress! Presented in partnership with the animal therapy initiative backed by the Mary H. Brown Fund.

Event | Therapy Dogs in Redpath Group Zone

24Oct201812:00
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14:00

  Our furry friends, Brandy and Astra are coming back with a mission to help you de-stress!

Event | Therapy Dogs in Redpath Group Zone

31Oct201812:00
to
14:00

  Our furry friends, Brandy and Astra are coming back with a mission to help you de-stress! Presented in partnership with the animal therapy initiative backed by the Mary H. Brown Fund.

Lecture | Shakespeare's Voice with Professor David Schalkwyk

23Oct201816:30
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18:00

One of the leading Shakespeareans in the world, David Schalkwyk is equally at home in poetry, philosophy, theory, and theatre.

Open House 2018 at the Library

21Oct201810:00
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16:00

The Library is looking forward to welcoming prospective McGill University students on Sunday, October 21! We are offering a range of activities, from branch tours to drop-in visits to our world...

2018 Shakespeare Lecture | Our life in theatre: questions & answers with Tom McCamus & Chick Reid

13Nov201818:00
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19:30

Join us for a great evening of impromptu insights on the world of theatre as Canadian actors and couple Tom McCamus and Chick Reid deliver the 2018 Shakespeare Lecture.

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