Irene Gammel & Ingrid Mida’s “How to Dress the Body Artfully: The ‘Art in Dress’ Column in the Art Amateur Magazine” is published.
At the MLCRC, Erica is engaged in researching social media content with a focus on modernism within the arts and humanities.
Christiane’s research focuses on issues of immigration and trauma in Canadian literature of the twentieth century.
Irene Gammel, Director, is pleased to present the Top 10 accomplishments of the MLC Research Centre of 2022.
The MLC Research Centre is proud to present a summary of its annual achievements. Read the MLC Annual Report: A Year of Resilience.
Aurelia's doctoral research focuses on a participatory model of digital media industries.
At the MLC Research Centre, Sam is involved in research administration in a team setting.
As an MLC Research Fellow, Adriana is excited about exploring diverse types of research in a collaborative and stimulating work environment.
Griffen is thrilled to be an MLC Research Fellow engaging MLC’s Telling COVID-19 Stories research project.
In the Service of Canada recognizes Operation Canada, the MLC's SSHRC-funded study on Canadian World War I diaries.
Professor Irene Gammel is the recipient of the C.P. Stacey Award for her book, I Can Only Paint.
At the MLCRC, Julia combines her love of research with her love of literature assisting with the Telling COVID-19 Stories project.
Leila Kazeminejad holds a BA in English with a minor in Philosophy from Toronto Metropolitan University (2017-2022). Her research focuses on...
Natasha is excited to learn the conventions of archive and library processing at the MLCRC.
Attention graduate students — The MLCRC seeks a research assistant to assist with our most recent project: Telling COVID-19 Stories.
Attention graduating students — The MLCRC seeks a research coordinator to assist with research administration and events support.
Join us for Pandemic Debriefs — A communication and culture symposium on COVID-19.
Dante provides research and editorial support for the Operation Canada and Telling COVID-19 Stories projects.
Madeleine Sweenie is excited to further explore her research aspirations within a collaborative, experimental learning environment.
Three original issues of Little Review and transition were donated to the MLC Archives.
At the MLCRC, Kevin seeks to bridge theory and practice and put traditions in conversation with modernity.
A new course studying American literatures related to the #MeToo Movement.