“To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.”
― Ralph Waldo Emerson
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Here are the main events to look forward to this week. You are all invited to our annual end of the semester HSA Wine & Cheese and launch of this year’s Historical Discourses.
Also, we just remember this year’s beautiful apparel, the design is a courtesy of Sajdeep Soomal. For more information, scroll on!
The Main Events
HSA Apparel is here!
The History Students Association is offering brand new apparel this year. We have samples in our office. You can write to firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to try on a size.
When: April 8, 2016, 6 pm
Where: Arts 160
Historical Discourses is an annual open-accessed peer-reviewed undergraduate academic journal based out of McGill University. It serves as a scholarly forum for undergraduate students at McGill to critically engage with a range of intellectual and public debates through historical inquiry.
Join us on April 8th at 6pm at ARTS 160 ((swanky)) for a wine and cheese to celebrate the launch of volume XXX.I of Historical Discourses! Meet the editors, authors, and students who have made publication possible, and pick up a FREE copy of the journal!!
**** We’ve had to split this volume into two issues, so stay tuned for volume XXX.II (publication expected at the end of the summer/early fall 2016)
If you have any questions/concerns about the journal, event, or space, do not hesitate to contact Historical Discourses at email@example.com
Save the date: Orlando Patterson (John Cowles Professor of Sociology, Harvard University)
Harf – Journal Launch!
We will also be serving FREE samosas and chai! See you there!
Hugh MacLennan Memorial Lecture 2016
When: April 15, 2016, 5:30pm
Where: Maxwell Cohen Moot Court, Room 100, McGill University, 3660 Peel St., Montreal, H3A 1W9
McGill’s Friends of the Library are proud to host the Blue Metropolis First Peoples Literary Prize Event at the 2016 Hugh MacLennan Memorial Lecture
First Nations advocate & Governor General’s Award winning author, Thomas King will be interviewed by Rosanna Deerchild, host of CBC Radio’s Unreserved. A Q & A will follow.
RSVP required: firstname.lastname@example.org or (514) 398-5711
Sponsored by Donald Walcot, the J.W. McConnell Family Foundation & the Chadha Foundation
Call for Submissions
Summer Research Fellowship Opportunity
The Museum of Jewish Montreal—a not-for-profit organization that collects, maps, and shares the history of Canada’s oldest Jewish community—is seeking qualified students to participate in our summer Research Fellowship program. Beginning May 24th and running through August 15th , the program is designed to help university students interested in pursuing museum careers acquire the skills they will need to work successfully in the cultural and heritage sectors. Participants will gain professional experience in curating exhibits, conducting oral history research, and leading guided tours around the city in English and/or French.