On spine: A quarter-century of sociology.
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Toronto : Canadian Scholars' Press, 1988. Physical Description: vii, 63 p. Corporate Subject: University of Toronto. of Sociology - History. University of Toronto. of Sociology - Histoire. Subject Term: Sociology - Study and teaching (Higher) - Ontario - Toronto. Sociologie - Étude et enseignement (Supérieur) - Ontario - Toronto. Added Author: Helmes-Hayes, Richard C. (Richard Charles), 1951-. Central Campus Library.
Some Recollections of Sociology in Two Universities: McGill and the University of Toronto. In R. Helmes-Hayes (E., A Quarter-Century of Sociology at the University of Toronto, 1963-1988. Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press. The Limits of Liberalism: The Making of Canadian Sociology. Montreal: Black Rose.
Quarter Century of Sociology at the University of Toronto. RC Helmes-Hayes, O Hall. Engaged, practical intellectualism: John Porter and ‘new liberal’public sociology. Canadian Scholars Pr, 1988. Canadian Journal of Sociology 34 (3), 831-868, 2009. The image of inequality in SD Clark's writings on pioneer Canadian society. Canadian Journal of Sociology/Cahiers canadiens de sociologie, 211-233, 1988.
ISBN13: 9780921627074. Release Date: June 1988.
The University of Toronto, in Toronto, Canada's largest university, has a long and complex history. It was founded as King's College by royal charter in 1827 and was initially controlled by the colonial establishment and the Church of England. The church affiliation made it unpopular, and on 31 December 1849 the institution was secularized, becoming on 1 January 1850 the nondenominational University of Toronto. The School of Graduate Studies at the U of T houses over 80 graduate departments representing a broad array of fields from theoretical astrophysics to medieval studies, with the most recent arrivals being museum studies and knowledge media design.
Rick Helmes-Hayes 'Forty Years, 1963-2003: A History of the Department of Sociology, University of Toronto.
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The book offers a case by case summation, analysis, and appraisal of the writings and contributions of Radhakamal Mukerjee (the founder), . Majumdar (associates of Mukerjee), and . Saran (the first scholar product of the department).