By: Abbey McRoberts, Student Assistant, L.M. Montgomery Institute
The Elizabeth R. Epperly Award for Outstanding Early Career Paper is an opportunity for the L.M. Montgomery Institute to recognize emerging scholars for their wonderful work. The competition is held in association with the Biennial L.M. Montgomery Conference.
Bonnie Tulloch, inaugural recipient of the Elizabeth R. Epperly Award for Outstanding Early Career Paper, will provide information on and inspiration for investing in your growth as a scholar.
Thinking about submitting to the Journal of L.M. Montgomery Studies? Really need a peer-reviewed article for your CV (for the academic job market/tenure/promotion)?
Thinking about submitting to the Journal of L.M. Montgomery Studies and wondering what publication type is most appropriate for your work? Not sure if your work should be peer or editorially reviewed? Kate Scarth, Chair of L.M.
Yoshiko Akamatsu, Notre Dame Seishin University in Okayama, Japan
Marina Balina, Isaac Funk Professor Emerita Illinois Wesleyan University, United States of America