Series S00925 - Series 7: Learning and teaching

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Series 7: Learning and teaching

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S00925

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  • [ca. 1930]-2012 (Creation)

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2.8 m of textual records
12 photographs

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Series consists of records pertaining to Endicott's personal education and as an educator. First home-schooled by his mother, Mary Austin, during his childhood in rural China, Endicott continued his education at Vaughan Road Collegiate Institute, Toronto in the 1940s, followed by a summer Bible seminar at Camp Minesing in Algonquin Park, Ontario. From 1945-1949, Endicott earned his BA in the modern history honours program at the University of Toronto, studying under C.B. Macpherson, Northrup Frye, and Frank Underhill among others. In the 1960s, Endicott went on to pursue a teaching degree at the Ontario College of Education while working as secondary school teacher with the South Peel Board of Education. He subsequently completed his MA (History) at the University of Toronto in 1966, and his PhD at the School of Oriental & African Studies at the University of London in 1973. Endicott taught in the history department of Atkinson College at York University for 22 years until his retirement, having spent two sabbaticals teaching in China at Sichuan University, in Chengdu.

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  • Chinese
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Some files contain personal or personally sensitive information. Inquiries must be directed to the university archivist.

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2020/06/29 Dubeau. Added GMD, dates of creation, physical description, scope and content, language of material note.

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