Michael Ignatieff lands a job at University of Toronto

After historic Liberal defeat, Ignatieff returns to academia

Ousted Liberal leader Michael Ignatieff has accepted a teaching position at the University of Toronto after his party’s devastating defeat in Monday’s election. He’ll be teaching in several departments, including the Munk School of Global Affairs, and becomes a senior resident at Massey College, according to an announcement by John Fraser, master of Massey College. Ignatieff had formerly taught at Oxford, Cambridge and Harvard Universities.

The Globe and Mail

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