Fonds 2156 - Gary Redcliffe fonds

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CA ON00357 2156

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Gary Redcliffe fonds

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  • 1986–2006 (Creation)

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12 cm of textual records

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(1942–2010)

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Gary Redcliffe was a long-time member of the faculty of Emmanuel College. Born and raised in South Wooler, a farming community in eastern Ontario, he moved to Quebec at nineteen to work as a miner. After earning a B.A. from Sir George Williams University he earned three degrees from McGill University (B.D., M.A., Ph.D.). As an ordained minister, he went on to serve pastoral charges in Montreal, Toronto, and Saskatoon. In 1986, he began teaching at Emmanuel College as an Assistant Professor. As Associate Professor at the College, he served as Director of Basic Degree Studies, and initiated the Master of Pastoral Studies and Master of Theological Studies programs. He was also involved in planning for the Lay Certificate in Theology and the Diploma in Health Studies. Redcliffe was appointed Associate Professor Emeritus in 2007. He died in 2010.

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2005.057V

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Fonds consists of records, 1986–2006, relating to courses taught at Emmanuel College; includes syllabi, bibliographies, guidelines for presentations/evaluations, memoranda, essays, notes, correspondence, teaching material and learning exercises.

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