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McGill-Queen’s University Press is pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Erika Dyck as co-editor of the McGill-Queen’s/Associated Medical Services Studies in the History of Medicine, Health, and Society book series. She will join series co-editor Professor J.T.H. Connor of Memorial University, replacing the retiring Professor Emeritus Samuel O. Freedman.
Erika Dyck is Professor in the … Read More >
Donald J. Savoie
Special to The Globe and Mail
Published Monday, Nov. 2, 2015 6:00 AM ET
“Justin Trudeau has accomplished what few prime ministers have been able to do over the past 50 years: Not only did he win a majority mandate, but his Liberal Party also saw MPs elected in all … Read More >
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HuffPost Canada was on hand to record John Ciaccia’s bilingual book launch —
Les allégations de sévices sexuels des policiers de la Sûreté du Québec (SQ) à l’endroit de femmes autochtones, aussi dramatiques qu’elles soient, ne surprennent en rien l’ex-ministre délégué aux Affaires autochtones du Québec, John Ciaccia, qui a notamment été impliqué de … Read More >
Published Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2015 8:00AM EDT
Margaret Somerville is founding director of the Centre for Medicine, Ethics and Law at McGill University.
A major postelection issue is what to do about the Supreme Court of Canada’s judgment in the Carter case last February, which struck down the Criminal … Read More >
We spoke to MQUP author Brooke Jeffrey, former senior public servant and advisor to the Liberal party, for her take on the results.
1) Were you surprised by last night’s election results? How did they differ from what early polls and media suggested?
I think like most observers I was expecting a Liberal victory, but not a … Read More >
Combined Academic Publishers represents North American university presses, including McGill-Queen’s, in Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. This year CAP has launched Books Combined, a collaborative blog project with their member presses, developed to highlight our authors and the books that influenced their work. From the blog:
Better than anyone, we think scholars understand books’ potential, … Read More >
Sonja Boon is associate professor of gender studies at the Memorial University of Newfoundland and author of the new book, TELLING THE FLESH: Life Writing, Citizenship, and the Body in the Letters to Samuel Auguste Tissot.
“We’ve created a big whale that can’t swim, that’s what we’ve done,” Savoie said in an interview with the Sun, touching on career politicians, the morale … Read More >