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Resistance in the Time of a Pandemic (2021 Mallory Lecture)

10Mar202105:00
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The 2021 Mallory Lecture, delivered by Ellen Gabriel   Wednesday, March 10, 2021, 5-6 p.m. (EDT)   /miscCategory: McGill Institute for the Study of Canada

A Journey into Cyberfrumeminism. Women, Social Media and Religious Authority in North America (2021 Eakin Lecture)

18Mar202116:00
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The 2021 Eakin Lecture, delivered by Dr. Jessica Roda, about how ultra-Orthodox women use social media as a transformative counterpublic space....

The Canadian Healthcare System: A Model for the US?

6Apr202115:30
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A Zoom panel exploring how Canada's healthcare system really works, and why its perception in the US is so polarized....

Building Back Green

25Feb202115:00
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A Zoom panel discussion about how to build a post-pandemic economic recovery that will help tackle climate change....

Rediscovering Louis St-Laurent

28Jan202116:00
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A Zoom panel discussion about the influence of a politician whose astute policies and bold resolve moved Canada into the modern era....

The Resilience of Western Alienation in a Transformative Era

12Feb202115:00
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A Zoom lecture about western alienation, Canadian federalism, regional conflict, and more.   Friday, February 12, 2021, 3–4 p.m. (EDT)   /miscCategory: McGill Institute for the Study of Canada

The Great White North: Race and Reckoning in Canada

18Feb202116:00
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A Zoom lecture from Dr. Debra Thompson about what defines the boundaries of Blackness and belonging in Canada....

The Challenges of Coexistence: Debating Language Policy in Canada

22Feb201913:00
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The Challenges of Coexistence: Debating Language Policy in Canada F3450 rue McTavish, Montreal, QC, H3A 0E5, CA/miscCategory: McGill Institute for the Study of Canada

The long echo of Quebec student politics: the Union Générale des Étudiants du Québec (1964-1969) and its legacy and impact on public life

27Sep201817:00
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Many elements of the 1960s have been analyzed as factors in the transformation of Quebec society: secularization, the independence movement, Social Credit, and terrorism.PGSS Ballroom, 3650 rue...

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