Educated in the Townships: The Students of the University of Bishop’s College, 1930-39

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Title
Educated in the Townships: The Students of the University of Bishop’s College, 1930-39
Abstract
Bishop’s University during the Depression, like most English-Canadian universities, faced particular challenges to meet the needs of an increasingly industrial, bureaucratic and technological society. It also was faced with the on-going challenge of serving the small, Anglo-Protestant population of the Eastern Townships. The author concludes that, as in most English-Canadian universities of that era, students at Bishop’s were more concerned with future success than with challenging the status quo.
Type
Master's Thesis
University
Simon Fraser University
Place
Vancouver
Date
1995
Language
en
Citation
Leivo, Maija-Liisa. “Educated in the Townships: The Students of the University of Bishop’s College, 1930-39.” Master’s Thesis, Simon Fraser University, 1995.
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