Arthur S.P. Woodhouse

Arthur S.P. Woodhouse

Fellow: Awarded 1942
Field of Study: English Literature

Competition: US & Canada

University of Toronto

As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1941–42:

Appointed from Canada, 1942:

WOODHOUSE, ARTHUR SUTHERLAND PIGOTT.  Appointed for the completion of a book to be entitled “Milton, His Mind and Art: An Essay in Synthesis”; tenure, three months from June 20, 1942, and nine months from December 20, 1942.

Born September 27, 1895, Port Hope, Canada.  Education:  University of Toronto, B.A., 1919; Harvard University, A.M., 1923 (Shattuck Fellow, 1922–23). Research at Harvard University Library and the British Museum, various periods, 1924–28.

Instructor in English, 1920–21, Lecturer in English, 1923, University of Toronto; Assistant Professor of English, 1923–28, University of Manitoba; Assistant Professor of English, 1928–34, Associate Professor, 1935–38, Professor, 1938—, University of Toronto. Editor of the University of Toronto Quarterly, 1933—.

Publications:  Editor of and contributor to Puritanism and Liberty: Being the Army Debates, 1947–9 from the Clarke MSS, with Supplementary Documents, 1938. Contributor to Studies in English by Members of University College, Toronto, 1931; annual contributor, 1937—, of “Report for Canada” in Annual Bibliography of English Language and Literature; editor of Letters in Canada, 1935—. Articles and reviews in Times Literary Supplement, University of Toronto Quarterly, Canadian Journal of Economics and Political Science, Journal of English and Germanic Philology, English Historical Review, Modern Language Review, American Historical Review.

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