The LMMI was deeply saddened to hear about the death of L.M. Montgomery's grandson, David Cameron Macdonald. David was a longtime supporter of the Institute. In April 2092, he and his sister Catherine donated 18 books that belonged to their father, Chester Cameron Macdonald, which is now part of the Macdonald Collection.
All of us at the LMMI were deeply saddened to hear about the passing of our dear friend, John Macneill. Sending Jennie Macneill and her family our sympathies. Mary Beth Cavert from the L.M. Montgomery Literary Society wrote this lovely obituary about John and I share it with you now.
LMMI Presents: Community Lectures on L.M. Montgomery
Tuesday, March 7, 2017 - 11:03
As many of you know, the LMMI is looking for a Chair in L.M. Montgomery Studies & Communication, Leadership and Culture. The committee has selected the three top candidates, who will be giving a lecture that is open to everyone.
The first one is this Friday, March 10th by Dr. Benjamin Lefebvre, and the subsequent talks will be given later this month.
Here are the detais:
1. "No Matter Where We Wander: L.M. Montgomery Writes Prince Edward Island in Ontario," with Dr. Benjamin Lefebvre, Ryerson University.
The LMMI was saddened to hear about Ruth Macdonald’s death this week. A passionate supporter of L.M. Montgomery studies, Ruth was one of the first people contacted about the Institute and was present at its first launch party, as well as many of our biennial conferences throughout the years.
We Are Looking For: Chair, L.M. Montgomery Studies & Communication, Leadership, and Culture - Faculty of Arts
Friday, December 9, 2016 - 13:38
The Faculty of Arts at the University of Prince Edward Island welcomes applications for the inaugural Chair in L.M. Montgomery Studies and Communication, Leadership, and Culture. This competition consists of two appointments.
Elizabeth Epperly to Lead Five-Year Strategic Plan for the LMMI
Saturday, September 10, 2016 - 11:42
The L.M. Montgomery Institute is pleased to announce an exciting new initiative!
With the support of UPEI President, Alaa Abd-El-Aziz, the University has asked Elizabeth Epperly to develop, in collaboration with the LMMI Management Committee, a five-year strategic plan for the LMMI, to include: