Morrice Hall is currently home to McGill’s Islamic Studies Library, the Institute of Islamic Studies, as well as the English department’s Tuesday Night Theatre.
In 2018 the Islamic Studies Library showcased an exhibit titled If Walls Could Speak: The History of Morrice Hall which explored the history of the building. This exhibit – a mixture of photos, publications, plans, and maps spanning 135 years – takes you through the major moments in the history of Morrice Hall: from its foundation, to expansion, to the interruptions of war, to the demolition of the original building, to the renovations that have created the space it is today.
While we work to bring the exhibit online, you can watch the touch table video. Please stay tuned for more!