Faculty of Arts

1May201814:00
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15:30

 

The Research Group on Global Justice
of the Yan P. Lin Centre for the Study of Freedom and Global Orders in the Ancient and Modern Worlds

is pleased to welcome 

Rainer Forst

to give a presentation entitled

A Critical Theory of Transnational (In-) Justice: Realistic in the real way

 

 

Classified as: Yan P Lin Centre for the Study of Freedom and Global Orders in the Ancient and Modern Worlds, Research Group on Global Justice
13Dec201717:30
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4May201817:00

Trace, late 14th century, “to make a plan or diagram”, from Old French, 12th century, trasser “delineate, score, trace, follow, pursue”.

Classified as: Library exhibition, Friends of the Library, ROAAr – Rare Books, Osler, Art, Archives, Osler Library of the History of Medicine
18May201815:00
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17:30

The Centre for the Study of Democratic Citizenship presents:

Christopher Cochrane (University of Toronto)

The Automated Detection of Emotion in Transcripts of Parliamentary Speech: Comparing Human and Machine Classification of the Video and Written Records of Debates in the Canadian House of Commons

You can learn more about Professor Cochrane by clicking here

22May201816:30
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18:30

 

 

Media@McGill, in collaboration with Social Studies of Medicine and OBORO, presents:

M a t t e r s   o f   t h e   H e a r t

A screening of films by Austrian artist Christina Lammer, conducted in collaboration with surgeon Wilfried Wisser

The screening is followed by a discussion with Prof. Thomas Schlich (Social Studies of Medicine) and Prof. Mary Hunter (Art History)

25May201815:00
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17:30

The Centre for the Study of Democratic Citizenship presents:

Immigrant Naturalization in Denmark, the Netherlands and Sweden: Origin, Destination and Life Course in Longitudinal Perspective (1995-2015)

Maarten Vink (Maastricht University)

You can learn more about Professor Vink by clicking here

Classified as: External, faculty, staff, students
10Apr201817:00
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5Jul201817:00

The notion of autopsy (from the Ancient Greek autos and opsis: to see for oneself) designates the prime operation in the development of knowledge. Even though the common meaning of autopsy, that of cadaveric examinations, only becomes lexicalized in the 19th century, the word is diversely used in history, religion, medicine and philosophy.

Classified as: ROAAr event, Library exhibition, ROAAr – Rare Books, Osler, Art, Archives, Friends of the Library