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POLITICAL NETWORKS: RELATIONAL THINKING, HANNAH ARENDT, AND SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS

21Feb202014:00
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Research Group on Global Justice presents talk by XAVIER BÉRIAULT "POLITICAL NETWORKS: RELATIONAL THINKING, HANNAH ARENDT, AND SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS"

New Asia and the Limits of Third World Internationalism, 1945-1965

21Feb202014:00
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Research group on Transitions and Global Modernities Talk by Cindy Ewing Assistant Professor, Department of History, University of Toronto

Wall Symposium

15Nov201913:30
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The Research Group on Transitions and Global Modernities present The Wall Symposium Speakers: Michael Fronda (McGill) - Ancient Rome Griet Vankeerberghen (McGill) - Ancient China

"Catholic Imperialism & the Revolutions of 1989: How Western Europe's Christian Democrats Tried, and Failed, to Recast Eastern Europe in their own Image."

8Nov201914:00
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RGTGM lecture By Piotr Kosicki, Prof. of History, University of Maryland at College Park  /lin-centreCategory: Academic seminars and lectures Academic talks and conferences Dept. of History

Human rights and dignity

1Nov201914:00
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Human rights and dignity : discussion of books by Pablo Gilabert (Concordia) and Andrea Sangiovanni (King’s College London and EUI)

Lin Centre Emeritus Member Charles Taylor co-recipient of 2019 Ratzinger Prize

Published: 7Oct2019

Charles Taylor, CC, GOQ, FRSC, FBA, McGill BA 1952, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at McGill, former Professor of Political Science at McGill, and the only emeritus member of the Yan P. Lin...

"Does Justice Require Open Borders?"

18Oct201914:00
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RGGJ Book lecture and round-table with Sarah Song (Berkeley) 

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