Canadian Periodicals and Intellectual History: The Case of the McGill University Magazine/University Magazine, 1901-1920

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Author/collaborator
Title
Canadian Periodicals and Intellectual History: The Case of the McGill University Magazine/University Magazine, 1901-1920
Abstract
The University Magazine (1907-1920) was a Montreal quarterly edited by Andrew Macphail (1864-1938), which succeeded the semiannual McGill University Magazine (1901-1906). The basic themes found in the McGill University Magazine/University Magazine were support for imperialism, limited support of social reform, and a conservative view of society which emphasized moral and social values. The author examines how literary historians have viewed this magazine.
Publication
Papers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada/Cahiers de la Société bibliographique du Canada
Volume
Vol. 19
Pages
69-78
Date
1980
Language
en
Citation
McNally, Peter F. “Canadian Periodicals and Intellectual History: The Case of the McGill University Magazine/University Magazine, 1901-1920.” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada/Cahiers de la Société bibliographique du Canada Vol. 19 (1980): 69–78.
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