Humanities Roundtable discusssions:
11 March: “Life After English”
The return of last year’s popular roundtable discussion on the value of a Humanities degree, where five McGill graduates spoke about how their education in the humanities helped them in their careers: Anna Asimakopulos, former longtime TV arts reporter and News Assignment Editor for CBC Montreal; Amahl Hazelton, 2005-2009 Lead Project Manager, Quartier des Spectacles Partnership, Urban Strategist for Moment Factory; Declan Rankin Jardin, co-founder and Chief Beekeeper, Aleveole Urban Bee-keeping and Honey Company; Emma McKay, founder and head MudScout Publishing company, editor-in-chief of AskMen, International men’s lifestyle website; Deena Yanofsky, Associate Librarian, McGill University.
Humanities Roundtable discussions:
23 January: Nathalie Cooke (English), Suzanne Morton (History and Classical Studies); Lucy Ava Liu (Political Science); Vivian Feldblyum(Philosophy)
4 February: Hans Beck (History and Classical Studies);Marguerite Deslauriers (Philosophy); Rafico Ruiz (Architecture/ Art History and Communication Studies); Kevin Droz (English)
18 March: Annmarie Adams (Architecture); Darin Barney (Art History and Communication Studies); Alexander McAuley (History and Classical Studies); Jennifer Yida Pan (English)
1 April: Eugenio Bolongaro (Dept of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures; Director of the Liberal Arts Program); Gwendolyn Owens, (Senior Adviser Visual Arts Collection, McGill University); Maggie Kilgour(English);Sarah Stroud, (Philosophy, Associate Vice-Principal of Research and International Relations); Stefan Sinclair, (Digital Humanities); Nathalie Cooke, (English); Hans Beck, (Ancient History); John MacNaughton (History,Classical Studies; Chair of Classics, and Director of Classical Studies); Darin Barney, (Art History and Communication studies; Canada Research Chair in Technology & Citizenship); Jennifer Yida Pan(English, 2nd year MA student); Alex McCauley (History and Classical Studies, doctoral student); Eric Tweel (Philosophy and Political Science, undergraduate student); Lucy Ava Liu (Honours Political Science, undergraduate student)