Series 3 - Education

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UTA 1060-B2003-0017-3

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Education

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  • 1936-1941 (Creation)

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While a master’s student at the University of Toronto in 1936-1937, Dr. Bissell made detailed notes for his courses; those for ‘Victorian thought’ and ‘The origins and development of Romanticism’, along with course outlines and a few of his term papers have survived. Also present are the course outlines and his notes on philosophy and the philosophy of religion while a doctoral student at Cornell University.

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B2003-0017/001(07)-(11)

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