A Landmark Gift of 20 War Quilts
MLC Archive received a donation of 20 war quilts, establishing the largest collection of Canadian war quilts in the world. Crafted by Canadian women during World War II, they are integral to the MLC’s “Repatriating Canadian War Quilts” project.
Literary Response to the Trump-Era
“How to be a Woman During the Trump Era” explored American literature’s reaction to the tumultuous Trump era through a public colloquium as part of English 417, featuring insights from Pulitzer Prize winner Carlos Lozada.
Telling COVID-19 Stories
The SSHRC-funded Telling COVID-19 Stories initiative involved the training of a new team of ten members in partnership with TMU Library, while forging new international networks in COVID-19 studies.
Ruth Loggie’s War Diary
The SSHRC-funded Operation Canada Digital Project showcases the 1915 war diary of Canadian nurse Ruth Loggie. Discover the diary through the MLC’s digital Archive.
Emily of New Moon Centennial
Marking the 100th anniversary of Montgomery’s Emily of New Moon in 2023, New York Times’s Elisabeth Egan interviewed experts, including Irene Gammel, on the belated appreciation of the oft-overlooked novel.
MLC Impact Report 2023
For highlights of achievements such as hosting 37 international speakers, training 39 HQP, and creating an international advisory board, along with notable publications and conference contributions, see our MLC’s Impact Report: A Year of New Connections.
The MLC’s Next Frontier
The MLC will be launching the Telling Covid-19 Stories database in the spring 2024. For updates, become a member and follow us on X (formerly known as Twitter) @MLC_Research.