The McGill-Queen’s Graduate Conference in History opens this Friday, March 2nd. The organizers would love to see as many members of the department attend. Co-chairs Colin Grittner and Carolynn McNally, and all of the members of GASH (McGill’s Graduate Student Association in History), cordially invite all members of McGill’s HSA to join in the conference’s … More McGill-Queen’s Graduate Conference in History
On Monday, November 14th, come show the poli sci students who’s boss. They THINK they’re defending their pride. They called us “evil historians”. They said we were a “threat to be neutralized”. (see PSSA listserv) THEY HAVE NO IDEA WHAT’S COMING On November 14th, History will be made. The Deets: Bring your 20$ to the … More PSSA vs. HSA Laserquest SHOWDOWN
Stephen G. Brooks (Dartmouth) presents Partisanship and Public Opinion toward U.S. Foreign Policy 11:30-1:00 PM Friday, October 7 Leacock 429 McGill University Wraps and Coffee will be served Stephen Brooks is an Associate Professor in the Department of Government at Dartmouth College. He received his Ph.D. from Yale University and his research … More Upcoming Event! Partisanship and Public Opinion toward U.S. Foreign Policy
Hi Everyone, It’s time to begin another year of Topics on Tap! Topics on Tap is an informal lecture series in the History Department that is open to undergraduates, graduates, and faculty members. The format is a talk of 45 minutes in length, followed by a question and discussion period. It’s a casual setting and … More Topics on Tap is BACK!