Public Scholarship and In The News

Opinion: Who should represent Myanmar at the UN? | Erik Martinez Kuhonta | The Globe and Mail | September 13, 2021  


Seeing red and feeling blue? How emotions are colouring the federal election in unexpected ways | Kelly Gordon | The Conversation | September 13, 2021


Stop Treating Leisure as a Productivity HackKrzysztof Pelc | The Atlantic | July 17, 2021


La preservación del patrimonio religioso edificado: justo y necesario. La reciente polémica en torno a la venta del Palacio Episcopal y el Seminario Conciliar apunta a una crisis más profunda en la preservación del patrimonio histórico puertorriqueño, que en gran medida | Víctor M. Muñiz-Fraticelli | June 28, 2021


McGill welcomes Terri Givens, internationally renowned political scientist to lead McGill’s anti-Black racism efforts as Advisor on the McGill’s Action Plan to Address Anti-Black Racism. Professor Givens has also joined the Department of Political Science as Full Professor | McGill Reporter | June 30, 2021


Opinion: Most holidays celebrate the past. Juneteenth is about an unrealized freedom | Debra Thompson | The Globe and Mail | June 19, 2020


Opinion: Doug Ford's use of the notwithstanding clause stands up for democracy | National Post | June 15, 2021 


The world’s democracies, including Canada, face a historic choice | Roland Paris and Jennifer Walsh | The Globe and Mail | June 4, 2021

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