The Underhill Review

The Editor’s Desk

In our inaugural issue, we introduced the late Frank H. Underhill, a twentieth century Canadian historian and wordsmith, to a twenty–first century audience. We promised readers more about Underhill’s thought and concerns, and we did so in part because, as Kenneth C. Dewar notes in our lead essay, Underhill criticised those intellectuals “who lived blameless intellectual lives, cultivated the golden mean, and never stuck their necks out.”

Fall 2008