Borden, Alice

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Borden, Alice

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1907-1971

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Alice Victoria Borden (née Witken) obtained her B.A. at the University of California in 1930. She married the noted archaeologist Charles Borden in 1931. Borden studied at the University of Heidelberg (1935-1936), taught at her private kindergarten, and later became the first Director of the University of British Columbia's Child Study Centre (1961-1963). After that, she served as a professor in the Faculty of Education until 1970.

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Director of the University of British Columbia's Child Study Centre (1961-1963) and Professor in the Faculty of Education.

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UBCA-ARC-AUTH-717

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