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Call for Papers: L..M. Montgomery and Gender

From Anne’s initial iconic and heartrending cry in Anne of Green Gables—“You don’t want me because I’m not a boy”—to the pressure on young men to join the war effort in Rilla of Ingleside, and from the houseful of supportive co-eds in Anne of the Island to the tyrannical grandmother in Jane of Lantern Hill, Lucy Maud Montgomery’s work highlights gender roles: how formative and deterministic they seem, and yet mutable they may be. Much Montgomery criticism of the past several decades has regarded her work from a feminist and gender studies perspective.

Registration for 11th biennial conference - L.M. Montgomery and War - OPEN!

We are delighted to announce that registration for the 11th biennial international conference, entitled L.M. Montgomery and War, is open online. Those interested in registering are invited to explore the official conference page for information, a peek at the program and, of course, the opportunity to register for the events and activities.

More and more details will be made known in the coming weeks and we hope you will check back frequently for updates.

See you in June!

June 20th 2013 Anniversary and Book Launch

We're looking forward to seeing many "kindreds" on Thursday, June 20th at 7PM as we celebrate the 20th anniversary of the LMMI, honour two important new donations to the Institute's research collections, and officially launch Anne around the World: L.M. Montgomery and Her Classic (Jane Ledwell and Jean Mitchell, eds.). Click here for more details!