Category Archives: New York Times

“Reinventing the Library” by ALBERTO MANGUEL OCT. 23, 2015

The University of Toronto Archives has the personal papers of Alberto Manguel. “Alberto Manguel is an Argentine-born Canadian writer, translator and editor, and the author, most recently, of “Curiosity.” This is a beautiful piece in the New York Times, enjoy … Continue reading

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New York Sunday Times comments on the silencing of scientists in Canada by Harper Government

Jan. 5, 2014. New York Sunday Times states, “This is more than an attack on academic freedom. It is an attempt to guarantee public ignorance.” Read the full opinion piece here,

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Sunday New York Times: Silencing Scientists [in Canada]

Wonder why faculty at UofT are demonstrating at Queen’s Park and why librarians and archivists are upset about the LAC developments? The New York Times has written that even under George W. Bush, when scientists were restrained on certain issues, … Continue reading

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