Margery Fee, fellow to the Royal Society of Canada

Margery Fee, McLean Chair in Canadian Studies 2015-2017, has been elected to the Royal Society of Canada.

Margery Fee has a stellar national and international reputation for her research in Canadian Literature
and Canadian English Lexicography. Among her most influential publications are Literary Land Claims:
the “Indian Land Question” from Pontiac’s War to Attawapiskat (2015) and the Guide to Canadian English
Usage (OUP), described as “the Canadian Fowler.” Her research on Indigenous Literature has transformed scholarly
approaches to the subject and its place within Canadian Studies.