Québécois and Muslim…What Does the Future Hold? A New Exhibition at the Redpath Library Building

The exhibition, Québécois and Muslim…What Does the Future Hold? consists of 34 photographs of various sizes showcasing the diversity of Muslims in Quebec. The photographs draw attention to a more complex reality and move away from the common stereotypes surrounding Muslims.

This exhibition is part of a cross Quebec series of events and is supported by many departments at McGill including the Office of the Associate Provost, the Institute of Islamic Studies and the School of Religious Studies. It was coordinated by Audrey Lamothe of The Peace Network with the support of Élodie Ekobena from Centre justice et foi.

The exhibition will run from January 25th to February 7th, to coincide with Muslim Awareness Week, and is located in the Redpath Library Building, in the recently launched exhibition space.

For more information, consult the exhibition’s Information Booklet.

New Workshops: Zotero

Starting in October, the library will be offering new workshops about Zotero. This free and open source software enables you to organize your research, create bibliographies and insert citations or footnotes in your assignments. You can download Zotero here.

The workshops will feature hands-on components and students are encouraged to bring their own laptops to practice. Computers will also be available in the room. The workshops will be offered on the following dates; please click on the links to register: