University of British Columbia. Dept. of Anthropology and Sociology

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University of British Columbia. Dept. of Anthropology and Sociology

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[195-?]

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The departments of Economics, Political Science, Anthropology and Sociology, made up the Social Sciences at UBC until 1956. That year the Social Sciences were split to form two Schools, the School of Anthropology and Sociology under Harry Hawthorne and the School of Economics and Political Science led by John B. Deutch. The Criminology programme was part of Hawthorne's new school for a time but was later incorporated into the School of Social Work. The School of Anthropology and Sociology was later referred to as a department.

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UBCA-ARC-AUTH-586

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Unknown Author,Social Science Split to Form Two Schools, The Ubyssey, 14 May 1956, accessed July 2022.

Unknown Author, Faculty Receive Aid for Research Travel, UBC Reports, Vol. 4 No. 5, May 1958, accessed July 2022.

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