File F 598.01 - Lives Lived: J. Helen Carscallen

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Lives Lived: J. Helen Carscallen

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F 598.01

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  • 2003-08-22 (Creation)
    Norquay, Margaret
  • 2003-08-22 (Publication)
    Globe & Mail

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1 pp. of textual records

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Margaret Norquay was a professor of sociology at Ryerson and the former director of Open College. She also acted as a consultant for Ryerson International. She received a fellowship from Ryerson in 1993

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One copy of "Lives Lived" article in the Globe and Mail about J. Helen Carscallen, authored by her friend Margaret Norquay.

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Open. Records are available for consultation without restriction.

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Clara Thomas Archives at York University has an extensive fonds on Margaret Norquay

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