Fonds Fonds 72 - J.M Hayden fonds

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J.M Hayden fonds

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Fonds 72

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  • 1919-1984, predominant 1961-1983 (Creation)

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3.25 m of textual records

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J. Michael Hayden was born 4 June 1934 in Akron, Ohio. He studied history at John Carroll University, earning both a B.A. (1957) and MA. (1958). As a Fulbright Fellow, he spent 1960-61 at the University of Paris (Sorbonne). Hayden returned to the United States and entered the graduate program at Chicago's Loyola University and was granted a Ph.D. in history in 1963. Hayden spent the next six years at the University of Detroit, first as a lecturer then as an Assistant Professor. He came to the U of S in 1966 as an Assistant Professor and was subsequently promoted to Full Professor in 1974. He served as the Head of the History Department from 1984-1988.

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This fonds contains an initial section of articles and reviews written by J.M Hayden. The remainder is correspondence, notes, drafts, and research material relating to his Doctoral thesis, "The Estates General of 1614" and his four published books: "France and the Estates General of 1614", "The Manning of the British Navy During the Seven Years War" [written by Stephen Gradish and edited by Hayden], "So Much To Do, So Little Time: The Writings of Hilda Neatby" and "Seeking A Balance: The University of Saskatchewan 1907-1982." The latter two contain the most extensive material, and are particularly relevant to the study of the University of Saskatchewan's history.

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