Heritage UofT

Heritage U of T Collections

Heritage U of T is a digital collection of archival records, photographs, books, maps, drawings, and sound and moving image files chronicling the University of Toronto’s rich history. This collection is a tri-campus initiative by the University of Toronto Libraries’ Information Technology Services, Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, University Archives and Records Management Services, U of T Mississauga Library, and U of T Scarborough Library. The Heritage U of T digital collection is just a sampling of the millions of stories that our University historic records tell. Original materials on the Heritage U of T collection can be found at the University Archives and Records Management Services, Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, U of T Mississauga Library and U of T Scarborough Library. The University Archives alone has over 200,000 historic photographs. Whether you are conducting research or just curious – look at the Heritage U of T site and then visit these repositories in person to discover even more.

The Bible and English Literature by Northrop Frye
The Bible and English Literature by Northrop Frye
Between 1980 and 1981 Prof. Northrop Frye held 25 lectures under the title ‘The Bible and Literature’. Each of these lectures was recorded and for each of them a transcript was provided. Later excerpts of these 25 lectures (each 50 minutes long) were made into 30 programs (each about 30 minutes). That means in some cases 1 lecture supplied material for 2 programs or the other way around.