Please join us for this week’s edition of Topics on Tap, held at Thompson House, Friday January 27 at 5pm. This week’s speaker is Carolynn McNally, a second year doctoral student. Prior to coming to McGill, Carolynn completed her MA in History at the Université de Moncton and worked as a researcher for the Institut d’études … More Topics on Tap
Join us this upcoming Monday, January 16, 3.30-5.00 pm Leacock Bldg LEA 808 Yorgos Antoniou, (Visiting Research Fellow, Remarque Institute, NYU & Adjunct professor International Hellenic University, Salonica, Greece) The Greek Forties in Context: Dealing with the Past in Greece and the European Civil Wars This lecture examines the evolution of the Axis Occupation and the … More Join us for a guest lecture, “The Greek Forties in Context: Dealing with the Past in Greece and the European Civil Wars”
Hi Everyone, Welcome back to another semester of Topics on Tap! Our first session will be this Friday, January 13th at 5pm at Thomson House, room 406. The presentation will be about 45 minutes in length, followed by a discussion period. As always, there will be free beer and excellent company! The speaker this … More Topics on Tap is back!
Last year, the History Students’ Association (HSA) hosted a forum to offer a unique perspective on the effects and outcomes of the BP Gulf Oil Spill: http://www.mcgilltribune.com/news/history-faculty-members-address-bp-gulf-oil-spill-at-forum-1.1665134 Due to the extremely positive feedback, the event will be returning this year in a larger and grander fashion thanks to the collaborative efforts between the HSA, Middle … More History in the Making: Perspectives on the Arab Spring and European Fall
The University and the Police: Canadian and International Perspectives Many members of the McGill University community were shocked and angered at the intervention of riot police on campus last Thursday, 10 November. In response to these events, which raise fundamental questions regarding academic freedom and the nature of the university, a group of historians have … More Roundtable Discussion: The University and the Police: Canadian and International Perspectives
We have another Topics on Tap coming up this Friday October 28 at 5pm, as always in Thompson House. Our speaker this week is Catherine Ulmer, a PhD candidate here at McGill, who will be speaking on the topic “The Task to Which We Have Consecrated Ourselves”: The development of Town and City Planning in … More Topics on Tap
The next Topics on Tap session will be Friday, October 14 at 5pm in Thomson House, Room 406. Our speaker will be Melissa Gismondi, a MA Candidate in Early American History. After completing her BA in History at McGill, Melissa has now returned to McGill for her Masters. The lecture will involve “Slave Patrols, White … More Topics on Tap
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!