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Gombert, Rodan, and CRIM: an interview with Ian Lorenz

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Today’s post comes to us from Musicology PhD student Ian Lorenz. Entering his second year working with Julie Cumming and Peter Schubert, he’s working on a project using SIMSSA software View Original

Marc Raboy publishes "Marconi: The Man Who Networked the World"

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Fournding Media@McGill Director and Beaverbook Chair in Ethics, Media and Communications, Marc Raboy, just published a new View Original

Ridiculous Mush

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The mush, described by Brian Brett in the “Breakfasts Forever” chapter of Trauma Farm: a Rebel History of Rural Life is indeed ridiculous. It contains no less than: rolled and View Original

Data Walkshops: Rebuilding the Data City as Commons

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Hosted by: Alison Powell
Wednesday August 10, Media@McGill, 13h00- 16h00
Thursday August 11, ECTO, 15h00-18h00
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Refuge in the Vineyard

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We interrupt our regular programming – literary breakfasts – to bring you a story by Licia Canton. Licia’s two previous posts Sbattutino is Love and Polenta and Radicchio: Growing Up View Original