By Catherine Gidney
On the flip of the century Protestantism permeated the cultural cloth of English-Canadian society. via 1970, even if, universities have been basically secular. was once this modification the results of the altering nature of Protestantism on the flip of the century or forces exterior to it? by way of studying the function Protestantism performed on college campuses from 1920 to 1970, Catherine Gidney furthers the talk over the character and technique of secularization in English Canada.
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They were not alone in their views. P. Thompson, acting president of the University of Saskatchewan, felt uncomfortable allowing fit men to enter arts, and Malcolm Wallace of University College spoke in favour of the proposal for curtailment at the nccu. But the Canadian Social Science Research Council quickly sent a petition to the prime minister against suspending any subjects. Harold Innis, Watson Kirkconnell, and a number of other professors initiated a similar petition representing the humanities.
L. ”108 This idea was implicitly, and at times explicitly, tied to the ideals and values of Protestantism. Thus, many faculty members both reinforced the concept of the moral community in their pronouncements and engaged in a whole variety of activities that testified to their faith in the virtues of an education in liberal Protestant beliefs. Numerous examples will be provided in the next three chapters and hence will not be introduced here. But what should be clear is that the views of principals and presidents were only rarely imposed; more often they were actively shared by a similarly committed professoriate.
Symons as its professor of psychology. He came recommended as a good churchman, with references from the Anglican bishop of Ontario. But when he was hired, Symons was being increasingly drawn to Freudian thought and practice. He often gathered reports of students’ dreams and interpreted them in class, openly discussing sexuality. ”82 Forced into resigning, Symons acknowledged his question had been improper. H. 84 At denominational colleges, expectations were often made explicit. P. book Page 16 Tuesday, August 3, 2004 10:16 AM 16 A Long Eclipse are brought home; so too is the duty of each one to his brother man near and far.
A Long Eclipse: The Liberal Protestant Establishment and the Canadian University, 1920-1970 by Catherine Gidney