Horn, Michiel

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HORN, Michiel

HORN, Michiel. Canadian (born Netherlands), b. 1939. Genres: History. Career: Canadian historian and educator. Bank of Montreal, Victoria, BC, Canada, bank officer, 1956-58; Glendon College, York University, Toronto, ON, lecturer in history, 1968-69, assistant professor, 1969-73, associate professor, 1973-82, professor, 1982-, department chair, 1982-93, associate principal of the college, 1978-81, director of Canadian Studies, 1986-89. Publications: (and ed.) The Dirty Thirties: Canadians in the Great Depression, 1972; The League for Social Reconstruction: Intellectual Origins of the Democratic Left in Canada, 1930-1942, 1980; A Liberation Album: Canadians in the Netherlands, 1944-45, 1980; (with E. McInnis) Canada, a Political and Social History, 1982; The Great Depression of the 1930s in Canada (booklet), 1984; Years of Despair, 1986; Becoming Canadian: Memoirs of an Invisible Immigrant, 1997; Academic Freedom in Canada: A History, 1999. EDITOR: (with R. Sabourin) Studies in Canadian Social History, 1974; (and author of intro.) F.R. Scott, A New Endeavour: Selected Political Essays, Letters, and Addresses, 1986; Academic Freedom: The Harry Crowe Memorial Lectures, 1987; The Depression in Canada: Responses to Economic Crisis, 1988. ANTHOLOGIES: Dutch Immigration to North America, 1983; Building the Co-operative Commonwealth: Essays on the Democratic Socialist Tradition in Canada, 1984; and other volumes. Contributor to periodicals and journals. Address: 18 Walder Ave, Toronto, ON, Canada M4P 2R5. Online address: [email protected]