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Innis, Harold A. (Harold Adams), 1894-1952


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    • Innis, H. A. (Harold Adams), 1894-1952
    • Innis, Herald Adams, 1894-1952
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    • found: A history of the Canadian Pacific Railway, 1923:title page (by Harold A. Innis, Ph.D., lecturer in the Department of Political Economy in the University of Toronto)
    • found: The fur-trade of Canada, 1927:title page (by H.A. Innis, Ph.D., assistant professor of political economy, University of Toronto)
    • found: The Canadian economy and its problems, 1934:title page (edited by H.A. Innis and [1 other])
    • found: Young, Charles H. The Japanese Canadians, 1938:title page (edited by H.A. Innis)
    • found: Essays in sociology, 1940:title page (with a foreword by Harold A. Innis)
    • found: The cod fisheries, 1954:title page (by Harold A. Innis)
    • found: Kennedy, Paul. Herald Adams Innis, 1980.
    • found: Harold Innis in the new century, [1999].
    • found: Empire and communications, [2007]:title page (Harold A. Innis) page 4 of cover (taught political economy at the University of Toronto for more than thirty years and became internationally famous in his field; published a number of influential books)
    • found: Canadian encyclopedia online, viewed 9 September 2016:Innis, Harold Adams (Harold Adams Innis; political economist and pioneer in communication studies; b. at Otterville, Ont. 5 Nov. 1894; studied at McMaster and the University of Chicago; veteran of the First World War; joined the University of Toronto's political economy department in 1920, appointed department head in 1937, appointed dean of graduate school in 1947; during the 1930s and 1940s, active in establishing societies such as the Canadian Political Science Association and the American Economic History Association; in 1948, delivered the Beit Lectures; d. at Toronto 8 Nov. 1952)
    • found: Wikipedia, viewed 9 September 2016:Harold Innis (started classes at McMaster University in 1913, spent a summer teaching near Vermilion, Alberta, before his final undergraduate year, completed a Master of Arts degree at McMaster in 1918, awarded PhD from University of Chicago in 1920; appointed president of the Canadian Political Science Association in 1938, helped establish the American-based Economic History Association in 1941, elected president of the Royal Society of Canada in 1946, appointed as a commissioner on the federal government's Royal Commission on Transportation in 1949; played a central role in founding two important sources for the funding of academic research, the Canadian Social Science Research Council (1940) and the Humanities Research Council of Canada (1944); following his death in 1952, Innis College at the University of Toronto and Innis Library at McMaster University were named in his honour)
    • found: Amicus database, 9 September 2016(authorized access point (0103D6811): Innis, Harold A., 1894-1952; variant access points: Innis, H. A., 1894-1952, Innis, Harold Adams, 1894-1952, Innis, Herald Adams, 1894-1952)
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