H. Blair Neatby[Record]

H. BLAIR NEATBY

Professor H. Blair Neatby was born in Saskatoon. Saskatchewan and educated at the

University of Saskatchewan. Oxford, and the University of Toronto. He has taught at

Prince of Wales College, Chariot tetown, at the University of British Columbia, and at

Carleton University, where he is currently a professor in the Department of History. He

has served the Canadian Historical Association in a number of ways, including most

recently as chairman of the Garneau Prize Committee. His major publications include

William Lyon Mackenzie King: The Lonely Heights 1924-1932(1963); The Politics of

Chaos: Canada in the Thirties (1972); Laurier and a Liberal Québec: A Study in Political

Management (1974); and William Lyon Mackenzie King: The Prism of Unity 1932-1939

(1976). His current field of research and publication is the history of higher education.

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Le Professeur H. Blair Neatby est natif de la Saskatoon. Il fil ses études à l'université de

la Saskatchewan, ainsi qu'à celles d'Oxford et de Toronto. Il a enseigné au Collège

Prince de Galles à Charlottelown, à l'Université de la Colombie-britannique et est

présentement professeur au Département d'Histoire de l'Université Carleton. lia oeuvré

pour la Société historique du Canada dans diverses fonctions incluant celle de Président

du Comité Garneau. Ses principales publications comprennent William Lyon

Mackenzie King: The Lonely Heights 1924-1932(1963); The Politics of Chaos: Canada

in the Thirties (¡972); Laurier and a Liberal Québec: A Study in Political Management

(1974); el William Lyon Mackenzie King: The Prism of Unity 1932-1939 (1976).

Présentement, son domaine de recherche et de publication est l'histoire de l'enseignement

supérieur.