Natalie Ilsley is a Ph.D. student in English and American Studies at the University of Manchester (2018-2022). She researches postcolonial ...
We explore the conditions of public space and urban life amidst the second wave of COVID-19 with three experts in the field.
Irene Gammel, Director, is pleased to present the Top 10 accomplishments of the MLC Research Centre of 2020.
The MLCRC invites contributors to contemplate the long-term impact of the pandemic in the post-COVID-19 era.
Book launch for I Can Only Paint: The Story of Battlefield Artist Mary Riter Hamilton by Irene Gammel. Dec10, 5 - 6 PM EST, free of charge.
Jason Wang successfully defended his doctoral dissertation, "Urban Walking: Configuring the Modern City as Cultural and Spatial Practice."
This webinar explores the social consequences of the pandemic on the lives of people.
A BFA student in Performance Production at Ryerson (2018-2022), Allison Kinahan researches the intersections between literature, performance...
MLC Research Fellow Ingrid E. Mida celebrated the publication of Reading Fashion in Art
This webinar explores the critical function of historical, literary, and scientific narratives in navigating pandemics.
A Bachelor of Journalism student at Ryerson (2019-2023), Vanessa Nim researches ways of recuperating Indigenous knowledges and bridging ...
Dr. Irene Gammel's article “Radical hope: What young dreamers in literature can teach us about COVID-19” published on The Conversation
Our 10th webinar milestone features three renowned experts to explore the role of public intellectuals during times of crisis.
This webinar explores the ethics of recuperation and transition with three international experts.
Thursday, July 2, 4-5pm. How does pedagogy evolve and challenge higher education in the wake of COVID-19? How do we best adapt content and ...
We discuss coping mechanisms for stress and anxiety during the COVID-19 pandemic with three internationally renowned psychologists.
This webinar explores the importance of artistic expression, critique, and resistance during a time of pandemic.
This webinar explores this unprecedented educational disruption with the help of university leaders from across the country.
Rebecca assists the MLCRC team with researching cultural, literary, and arts-based approaches to pandemics in light of the COVID-19.
This webinar explores how literary and public narratives have affected cultural diversity and diasporic communities during the crisis.
This third webinar discusses journalistic practices during the crisis and explores new modes of reporting and storytelling.
This webinar explores the cultural dimensions of our global health crisis and strategies for finding resilience.
We explore the historical, literary and philosophical approaches that inform the way in which we navigate COVID-19.