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From Module to Schema: an interview with Sam Howes

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Sam Howes is a PhD student in Music Theory at McGill, and a researcher for the SIMSSA project. He recently presented a paper at the SMT Early Music Analysis Interest View Original

Tomasz Grusiecki thanks Media@McGill for research funding

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Media@McGill Graduate student member, Tomasz Grusiecki, just published “Connosseurship from below: Art collecting and participatory politics in Poland-Lithuania, 1587-1648” View Original

Pain au Chocolat

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All breads are not created equal. How can one compare a slice of industrially produced bread to pain au chocolat, and the breakfast-related insights that arise? For Ontario poet Bruce View Original

A Handmaid’s Breakfast

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When exploring Margaret Atwood’s dystopian fiction, you are advised to begin with breakfast. Breakfasts enable Atwood’s characters to greet each day anew, alleviating some of their dark predicaments. Atwood, herself, View Original

The Music Encoding Conference

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One month ago, the SIMSSA Project and the Schulich School of Music had the privilege of hosting the fourth annual Music Encoding Conference, organized by the Music Encoding Initiative. This View Original