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RGCS Lecture by Anthony Appiah

25Feb202116:30
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Virtual lecture by Anthony Appiah hosted by the Research Group on Constitutional Studies. /lin-centreCategory: Academic seminars and lectures Academic talks and conferences Dept. of Political Science

Representing Humanity: The Role of Museums in Practices of Dis-Alienation and Non-Alienation

21Jan202109:00
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Talk by Catherine Lu on "Representing Humanity: The Role of Museums in Practices of Dis-Alienation and Non-Alienation"...

RGCS Debate on "Must churches be democratic?" with Chiara Cordelli and Richard Garnett

25Mar202116:30
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RGCS Debate on "Must churches be democratic?" with Chiara Cordelli and Richard Garnett /lin-centreCategory: Academic seminars and lectures Academic talks and conferences Dept. of Political Science

Evan Fox-Decent and Sébastien Jodoin named Canada Research Chairs

Published: 2Jul2020

The Faculty of Law is delighted to announce that two of its scholars have been named Canada Research Chairs. Professor Evan Fox-Decent (member of the Research Group on Constitutional Studies) has...

Daniel Weinstock named Pearson Chair in Civil Society & Public Policy

Published: 2Jun2020

Daniel Weinstock, a founding member of the Lin Centre's faculty and a member of its Research Group on Constitutional Studies, has been appointed as the next holder of the Katharine A. Pearson Chair...

Megan Bradley (RGGJ) awarded 2020 Principal’s Prize for Outstanding Emerging Researchers

Published: 14Apr2020

Congratulations to Megan Bradley for being the recipient of the 2020 Principal’s Prize for Outstanding Emerging Researchers! This prize, which comes with a $5000 award, was created in 2013 to...

CANCELLED - Pokemon Go, a Bridal Registry, and Smart Contracts: The Future of Communities

9Apr202016:30
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RGCS Lecture by Michael Munger   T3650 rue McTavish, Montreal, QC, H3A 1Y2, CA/lin-centreCategory: Academic seminars and lectures Academic talks and conferences Dept. of Political Science

CANCELLED - RGCS Seminar - "Is capitalism sustainable in a democracy?"

9Apr202013:00
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RGCS Seminar with Michael Munger F840 avenue du Docteur-Penfield, Montreal, QC, H3A 0G2, CA/lin-centreCategory: Academic seminars and lectures Dept. of Political Science

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