Fonds Fonds 255 - Robert Ian Scott fonds

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Robert Ian Scott fonds

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Fonds 255

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  • 1954-1955 (Creation)

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3 cm of textual records

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Robert Ian Scott was a Professor of English at the University of Saskatchewan from 1966 to 1997. Upon retirement he was named a Professor Emeritus.

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The fonds consists of synopses of lectures about Australian literature prepared by critic and poet Tom Inglis Moore. The notes were obtained by Scott in 1954-55 when he took Tom Inglis Moore's course in literature at the Canberra University College, Australia (now part of the Australian National University). Tom Inglis Moore pioneered the study of Australian literature as a subject, and 1954-55 was the first year any Australian university or college offered such a course.

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