Type: BOOK - Published: 1994-01-01 - Publisher: University of Toronto Press
"In these two volumes, which replace the Reader's Guide to Canadian History, experts provide a select and critical guide to historical writing about pre- and post-Confederation Canada, with an emphasis on the most recent scholarship" -- Cover.
In the twenty-first century, the word Presbyterian is virtually synonymous with “austere” and “parochial.” These associations are by no means historically unfounded, as early Canadian Presbyterians insisted on Sabbath observance and had a penchant for inter- and intra-denominational disagreement. However, many other ideas circulated within this religious community’s collective psyche.
Paul Axelrod and John Reid take the reader through one hundred years of the complex and turbulent history of youth, university, and society. Contributors explore the question of how students have been affected by war and social change and discuss who was able to attend university and who was not,