McGill's Myriam Denov awarded prestigious Trudeau Fellowship

There are thousands of children born of war-time rape worldwide, but very little is known about their lived experiences and their relationships with their families and communities. Professor Myriam Denov, of McGill's School of Social work, has been awarded one of Canada's most prestigious research awards to help fill this knowledge gap. Named today as one of three recipients of 2014 Trudeau Fellowships, she hopes to shed some light on...

Royal Society of Canada elects six McGill scholars to The College

The Royal Society of Canada has announced 48 new members to The College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists today, including six McGill scholars. The new members include professors Mathieu Blanchette, Myriam Denov, Matt Dobbs, Erin Hurley, Russell Jones and Hans Larsson. McGill had more new inductees than any other university in the country.

When children see war as better than peace

For most people, the end of a war offers relief, hope, and an end to violence. This may not be the case for children born of wartime rape, however, who often endure continued brutality in the post-war period.