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Terry Crowley

Dr. Terry Crowley is a professor emeritus at the University of Guelph, where he chaired the history department from 2003 to 2008. He earned a PhD at Duke University in 1975, having previously studied at Carleton and Bishop’s University. During his time as a history professor at Guelph, he edited Ontario History Magazine. His research work has centred in Canadian history, focusing on rural, agricultural and women’s issues. Among his writings: Agnes Macphail and the Politics of Equality (Toronto: Lorimer and Co., 1990).

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