Gillett, Margaret

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GILLETT, Margaret

GILLETT, Margaret. Canadian (born Australia), b. 1930. Genres: Novels, Education, Women's studies and issues, Autobiography/Memoirs, Biography. Career: Commonwealth Office of Education, Australia, Education Officer, 1954-57; Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS, Canada, Assistant Professor, 1961-62; Haile Selassie I University, Ethiopia, Registrar, 1962-64; McGill University, Montreal, Professor, 1964-82, Macdonald Professor of Education, 1982-95, William C. Macdonald Emeritus Professor, 1995-. McGill Journal of Education, Ed., 1966-77. Publications: A History of Education: Thought and Practice, 1966; (co-author) The Laurel and the Poppy (novel), 1968; Educational Technology: Toward Demystification, 1973; We Walked Very Warily: A History of Women at McGill, 1981; A Fair Shake: Autobiographical Essays by McGill Women, 1984; Dear Grace: A Romance of History, 1986; Our Own Agendas, 1995; A Fair Shake Revisited, 1996; Traf: A History of Trafalgar School for Girls, 2000. EDITOR/CO-EDITOR: Readings in the History of Education, 1969; Foundation Studies in Education: Justifications and New Directions, 1973; Aspects of Education, 1991. Address: 150 Berlioz, Apt. 320, Nuns' Island, Verdun, QC, Canada H3E 1K3. Online address: [email protected]

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