Fonds MG 4004 - Monika Kehoe Fonds

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Monika Kehoe Fonds

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CA MUA MG 4004

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  • 1970 (Creation)
    Kehoe, Monika, 1909-2004

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2 cm of textual records (93 p.)

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Monika Kehoe was born in 1909 in Dayton, Ohio. She was a specialist in applied linguistics and its applications to bilingualism and second-language learning. She was educated at Mary Manse College (B.A. 1932) and Ohio State University where she received her PhD in English in 1935. She was Professor of English at Marianopolis College, Montréal from 1964 to 1971. During this period she co-authored The Laurel and the Poppy with McGill Professor Margaret Gillett, and contributed to Applied Linguistics: a Survey for College Teachers (1968). She passed away in San Francisco in 2004.

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Fonds consists of a photocopy of Kehoe's 93 page report on “English for the Non-English Mother-Tongue Students at McGill”. Also included are sections from Applied Linguistics and correspondence related to her contribution. Other miscellaneous materials concerning bilingualism and Kehoe’s Ph.D. dissertation.

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