Emma Renda holds an MA in Literatures of Modernity (Ryerson, 2013), and a BA in Journalism with a concentration in English literature (Carleton University, 2012). Emma joined the Modern Literature and Culture Research Centre (July — December 2013), where she was able to hone her digital culture and research mobilization skills. Her primary research interests are contemporary literary and cultural representations of memory, particularly the formation of collective identity through cultural memory. She also interned at Quill and Quire in Toronto, where she analyzed gender trends in publishing and reviewing practice in Canada.
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.