The MLC Research Centre is proud to present a summary of its annual achievements. Read the MLC Annual Report 2020-21: The COVID-19 Year.
This virtual book talk features four international authors and editors in conversation.
Canadian Women Artists History Initiative is dedicated to examining the idea of the modern as a cultural force in Canada.
This exhibition positions Freytag-Loringhoven as a conduit for exploring embodied ways of making art in the present.
This webinar investigates the changes in sports, tourism, and leisure in the wake of the pandemic with four renowned experts.
Join us as we explore themes and processes of social change through the theory and praxis of exhibition, curation, and literary cultures.
This webinar explores the future of workplace design with three renowned experts.
ATTENTION GRADUATING STUDENTS — A CALL FOR APPLICANTS: Research and Arts Administration
Are you interested in researching the modern arts, literature, and culture? Submit an expression of interest for externally funded ...
Lauren Seto explores the social, cultural, and creative solutions of COVID-19 through arts, humanities, and social sciences research.
This webinar panel considers the enduring roots of anti-Asian racism, manifested as prejudice, hate and violence.
This webinar explores the importance of comics in our understanding of and artistic response to COVID-19.
This webinar explores issues of aging and ageism during pandemic and post-pandemic times with three experts in the field.
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."