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Ron Stagg fonds
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- Stagg, Ron
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1 booklet : 27 p. ; 2 copies
1 periodical : 840 p.
< 0.5 cm of textual records
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Ronald (Ron) Stagg holds a PhD in history from the University of Toronto, and has been a full-time faculty member at Ryerson since 1976, serving as chair of the department from 1992-1997. A specialist in Canadian history, and especially in late 18th, and 19th century Ontario history, he has published extensively in this area. As well as twenty biographies of historical figures published in seven volumes of the 'Dictionary of Canadian Biography' he has contributed biographical sketches to 'The Canadian Encyclopedia' and biographical articles to other collections. With Colin Read as co-author, Dr. Stagg publisehd 'The Upper Canadian Rebellion of 1837'. As well as contributing articles and reviews to other scholarly historical publications, and delivering papers at conferences, Dr. Stagg wrote articles for the magazine 'Horizon Canada' and a monthly historical column for 'York' magazine.
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Fond contain various articles and booklets authored by Stagg.
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biographical sketch taken from "Serving Society's Needs - A History of Ryerson Polytechnic University"