This collection of oral histories and interviews documents human expression and lived experience, thus you may encounter language that is offensive, misrepresentative or harmful, or descriptions of experiences involving violence. For a broader explanation of our statement regarding harmful content please visit our about page.
Interview with William Graham
Professor William “Bill” Graham was UTSC's first full-time Philosopher, joining what was then Scarborough College in 1966. Teaching at the Scarborough Campus while a doctorate student at the University of Toronto, Prof. Graham was offered a position on the faculty once he successfully completed his degree in 1969. Prof. Graham was active in several campus committees regarding the development and future of the Scarborough Campus. He highlights the early vision of Scarborough College as an interdisciplinary and democratic institution that was distinct from the St. George Campus. He also speaks of the evolving academic and social climate of the campus, such as his involvement in the beginnings of a humanities program. Prof. Graham retired in 2000, but continues to research and publish.
Digital content found in the UTSC Library's Digital Collections are meant for research and private study used in compliance with copyright legislation. Access to digital, and the technical capacity to download or copy it, does not imply permission to re-use. Prior written permission to publish, or otherwise use content, must be obtained from the copyright holder. Please contact the UTSC Library for further information.