Molly is assisting with research outreach for the MLC Archive.
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.
On April 14, join the MLCRC to celebrate the release of Creative Resilience and COVID-19: Figuring the Everyday in a Pandemic.
Siobhan's research includes contemporary literature and film, queer theory, and gender studies. Siobhan will be providing course support.
Katie Hall, a Ph.D. student in Creative Writing with focus on practice-based research at Kingston University, London, joins the MLC team.
Irene Gammel, Director, is pleased to present the Top 10 accomplishments of the MLC Research Centre of 2021.
Diamond will be involved in Operation Canada, transcribing First World War diaries and learning about archival research.
At the MLC Research Centre, Renée LeBlanc Proctor provides administration, event, and grant support for the Director Dr. Irene Gammel...
Yifang will be engaged in projects sush as the SSHRC Storyteller initiative contributing to heritage-focused projects like Operation Canada.
This webinar examines the impact, and the backlash, to this redefining of personal freedoms in the midst of COVID-19.
A BA student (2018-2022) majoring in Creative Industries with specialization in Curation, Print, Publishing, and Business, while minoring in...
This webinar explores the shifts in intimacy in the wake of COVID-19.
At the MLC Research Centre, Emi Nishimura provides administration, event, and grant support for the Director Dr. Irene Gammel and her team ...
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.
A doctoral student in the joint Ryerson/York University Communication and Culture program (2021-2025), Sara Shields-Rivard’s research ...
Olivia Trono holds a BA in Indigenous Studies and Literature and Critical Theory from the University of Toronto (2014-2018) and an MA in ...
This virtual book talk features four international authors and editors in conversation.
As an MLC Research Fellow, Joanna Cleary provides support with research articles, grant applications, the Pandemic Webinar Series, and more...
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.