A BA English student at Ryerson University (2013-2017), Holly Lock joined the MLC Research Centre after completing a senior project course on John McCrae's “In Flanders Fields,” taught by MLC Director Dr. Irene Gammel. Her research interests include Canadian literature, and the First World War and its impact on Canadian culture in the 20th century. Throughout her time at Ryerson she has studied French literature and culture, and has a particular interest in expressions of madness and mental illness throughout the English literary canon. She is excited to be gaining valuable and practical research experience alongside the MLC team. She also involved in in the exhibition Remembering the Real Winnie: The World’s Most Famous Bear Turns 100.
Hosted by the MLC Research Centre and Ryerson University in collaboration with University of Toronto, York University, and OCAD University.
Photos from the opening reception of Re-Locating the Canadian North on October 18, 2018.
Research Associate Dr. Jean-Paul Boudreau becomes Mount Allison University's President and Vice-Chancellor