Difference between revisions of "Malcolm McPherson"

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'''Education:'''
 
'''Education:'''
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*Bachelor of Arts (1925) - University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland
  
 
'''Dates Employed:''' 1928 - 1939
 
'''Dates Employed:''' 1928 - 1939
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'''Position(s) held:'''
 
'''Position(s) held:'''
  
*Professor of English and Modern History  (1928 - 1938)
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*Professor of English and Modern History (1928 - 1939)
 
*Chair of the Department of English
 
*Chair of the Department of English
  
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'''Notes:'''
 
'''Notes:'''
  
*Born in 1905.
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*In 1938 McPherson was chosen Labour candidate for the constituency of Midlothian and Peebles, Northern.
*In 1938, McPherson was elected as Labour Candidate in the constituency of Midlothian and Peebles, Northern Scotland.
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*In 1939 McPherson resigned from the position of Chair of the Department of English.
*In 1939, McPherson resigned form the position of Chair of the Department of English.
 
 
*Served in the Canadian army from 1940 - 1945.
 
*Served in the Canadian army from 1940 - 1945.
 
*Vice-chairman of the Parliamentary Labour party from 1964 - 1967.
 
*Vice-chairman of the Parliamentary Labour party from 1964 - 1967.
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'''Sources:'''
 
'''Sources:'''
  
*UA Case 77
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*UA Case 77.
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*"Chosen Labor Candidate for House Commons" ''The Daily Mail'', 23 February 1938.
 
*Senate Minutes, Book 5, (Nov. 27, 1927 - Oct. 12, 1943): 17, 161, 176-177.
 
*Senate Minutes, Book 5, (Nov. 27, 1927 - Oct. 12, 1943): 17, 161, 176-177.
  

Latest revision as of 10:26, 10 June 2021

Nicknames/Other names:

Education:

  • Bachelor of Arts (1925) - University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland

Dates Employed: 1928 - 1939

Faculty: Arts

Department: English and Modern History

Position(s) held:

  • Professor of English and Modern History (1928 - 1939)
  • Chair of the Department of English

Activities/Contributions:

Distinctions:

Notes:

  • In 1938 McPherson was chosen Labour candidate for the constituency of Midlothian and Peebles, Northern.
  • In 1939 McPherson resigned from the position of Chair of the Department of English.
  • Served in the Canadian army from 1940 - 1945.
  • Vice-chairman of the Parliamentary Labour party from 1964 - 1967.
  • Died Monday, 24 May 1971, in the U.K., age 66.

Sources:

  • UA Case 77.
  • "Chosen Labor Candidate for House Commons" The Daily Mail, 23 February 1938.
  • Senate Minutes, Book 5, (Nov. 27, 1927 - Oct. 12, 1943): 17, 161, 176-177.


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