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Panel discussion on Show Girls
I0049-09-0010 · Pièce · February 11, 2000
Fait partie de Records Management and Archives fonds

Panel discussion at the Simone de Beauvoir Institute Research Seminar series on the film Show Girls (NFB, director: Meilan Lam): Cristina Baines-Brereton, Olga Spence-Forderingham, Bernice Whims.

Fiction, Ethnicity and Race
I0049-09-0007 · Pièce · January 27, 2000
Fait partie de Records Management and Archives fonds

Panel discussion part of Dialogue and Diversity: Intercultural Experiences in the University, organized by the School of Graduate Studies. Brathwaite, Wendy (Motion) Compton, Wayde

I0049-09-0001 · Pièce · December 1998
Fait partie de Records Management and Archives fonds

A selection of moving images from Concordia University Archives AV collection. This was made for the IITS Open House in December 17, 1998. The selection is composed of the eight following excerpts: 1) Prelude to the Computer Riot: Scenes from the Anderson Hearing, 29 January 1969 (I006-09-0031); 2) Interview with Michel Tremblay, [ca. 1975] (I0066-09-0057); 3) Dr. Roby Kidd interviews Dr. Henry F. Hall, 21 August 1969 (P0024-09-0056); 4) SGWU Fine Arts Department, Fifth floor of the Hall Building, March 1973 (P0024-09-0010); 5) From "In Concert in Old Montreal" - CUTV presents: Gary Burdon [197-?] (P0024-09-0054); 6) Bernard Lonergan, S.J., Thomas Aquinas today: Tradition & Innovation, 18 November 1974 (I0007-09-0020); 7) Margaret Atwood at Loyola, 16 October 1974 (I0007-09-0002); 8) Jerry Rubin at Loyola, 2 December 1975 (I0006-09-0013).

Bruce Le Dain fonds
P0294 · Fonds · 1941 - 1999

The fonds provides information on the professional life of Canadian artist Bruce Le Dain.

It is comprised of journals held more or less regularly by Le Dain between 1963 and 1999. They include records of personal accounting and painting income summaries as well as some correspondence and press clippings.

The CORRESPONDENCE subseries includes letters exchanged with fellow Canadian artist John Little between 1974 and 1992. It also includes a binder of miscellaneous correspondence and memorabilia as well as some reference documentation on the subject of art.

The DISTINCTIONS subseries includes some correspondence and framed honours granted to Le Dain: an Honorary Life Membership to the Arts Club of Montreal in 1994 as well as a recognition from the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts (RCA) for his contribution in the arts of painting in 1985.

The SLIDES subseries is comprised of annotated slides of many of Le Dain's paintings done between 1972 and 1999.

The fonds also includes a souvenir photo album of Le Dain's first one-man exhibition held at the Klinkhoff Gallery in 1972 and a wooden box custom-made by Le Dain, a box he used to store his tools when he was painting.

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Barry Frank fonds
P0293 · Fonds · 1962 - 2000

The fonds is organized in 2 series: PROFESSIONAL LIFE and PRIVATE LIFE.

The PROFESSIONAL LIFE series includes CORRESPONDENCE related to Frank's career at Concordia University, records linked to his Long Service Recognition (after 25 years at Concordia University) and articles published (in collaboration with C. Y. Cheung, O. Mitran, G. Barnea, S. J. Knak Jensen, O. G. Mouritsen and K. Nath among others) between 1969 and 1997.

The PRIVATE LIFE series is comprised of records related to Frank's EDUCATION, most notably a thesis submitted to the University of British Columbia and to McGill University.

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Howard Fink fonds
P0292 · Fonds · 1964 - 2004

The fonds is organized in two series PRIVATE LIFE and PROFESSIONAL LIFE.

The PROFESSIONAL LIFE series contains a TEACHING sub-series with records on Howard Fink's career at Sir George Williams and Concordia University: an agenda, miscellaneous correspondence, course outlines, an honour student file, examination questionnaire samples. There's a sub-series titled COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT related to his involvement with the Canadian Association of Emeriti and Retired Academics (CAERA), the Ontario Confederation of University Faculty Associations (OCUFA) and the Association for the Study of Canadian Radio and Television (ASCRT). The POETRY READING SERIES and the FACE TO FACE CONFERENCE sub-series include correspondence, programmes, publicity and other records related to the logistics of those events. The RESEARCH sub-series contains record about a France-Quebec collaboration on the study radio-drama tradition. The fonds also contains records about the Centre for Broadcasting Studies Fink helped establishing and the CBC Radio Drama Bibliography.

The PRIVATE LIFE series contains personal correspondence.

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Maïr Verthuy fonds
P0291 · Fonds · ca. 1965-2021

The fonds provides information on Maïr Verthuy's PROFESSIONAL LIFE as a teacher in the department of Études françaises and a writer of articles on feminism, French literature and female migrant authors.

The TEACHING subseries contains records related to the courses Verthuy taught at Concordia University in the department of Études Françaises as well as at the Simone de Beauvoir Institute she founded in 1978 and that she directed from its inception to 1983. The records includes course outlines, bibliographies, some promotional material and correspondence. 'Littérature et francophonie', 'Huit siècles de poésie féminine', 'Le Romantisme', 'La littérature françaises au féminin' and more are all themes Verthuy taught.

The WRITINGS subseries includes records on the many articles and book reviews that Verthuy wrote from the mid-1960's to 2016 such 'Quebec Feminist Writing/Les écrits feminists au Québec' with Jeanne Maranda in 1977, 'Manifeste pour un ‘Gynocentrisme’ universitaire' in 1986, 'Flirting with Female Be-ing: the Uneasy Search of Hélène Ouvrard' in 1987, 'Hélène Parmelin and the Question of Time, Taking our Time: Feminist Perspectives on Temporality' in 1989, 'Les romancières immigrées et la politique ‘autre’ : Véra Pollak et Régine Robin' in 1995, 'Assia Djebar : le regard dé-voilé' in 1997, 'L’autobiographie de la migrance au Québec : Régine Robin et Nadine Ltaïf' in 2001, to only name a few. The records consist of drafts of manuscrits, photocopies of articles as well as some correspondence.

The CONFERENCES, SEMINARS, TALKS subseries is comprised of records related to the many presentations Verthuy made at different conferences and colloquia in Canada, in the United States and in Europe, most notably 'Virgile, non, Manastabal, si!' presented at the Congrès Société internationale de phénoménologie et de littérature in 1986, 'Hélène Parmelin ou la peinture faite roman' at the Association des professeurs de français des universités et collèges canadiens (APFUCC) in Victoria in 1990, 'L’hétérogénéité culturelle dans l’écriture féminine' at the Colloque du Centre de coopération interuniversitaire franco-québécoise held in Paris in 1991, 'Jeanne Hyvrard, d’un-e innommé-e l’autre' at the Colloque Le Littéraire et le sacré of the Département d’Études françaises at Concordia University in 1991, 'La Peinture au service du polar' at the Colloque Le roman français de la dernière décennie held Dalhousie University, Halifax in 1998. Maïr Verthuy was instrumental in the organization of the International Conference on Research and Teaching Related to Women held at Concordia University in the Summer of 1982. The files from the subseries include texts and drafts of texts of the presentations, some programs of the conferences and correspondence.

The DISTINCTIONS subseries provides information on the many prizes and awards Verthuy have received throughout her career: Personalité féminine de l'année at the Salon de la Femme in 1979, the John O'Brien Distinguished Teaching Award in 1985, the YWCA's Women of Distinction Awards in 1997, the Prix du Gouverneur-Général du Québec in 2008, the Order of Canada in 2012 and the Ordre national du Québec in 2019.

The COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT subseries is comprised of records related to Verthuy's involvement with different organizations outside of Concordia University between 1987 and 2010: the Conseil de la magistrature, the Montreal Council of Women (MCM) and the Commission de consultation sur les pratiques d'accomodements reliés aux différences culturelles, among others.

The RESEARCH AND REFERENCE DOCUMENTATION subseries includes publications, notes, photocopies of articles on different subjects related to Verthuy's expertise, most notably authors Assia Djebar, Hélène Parmelin, poet Louis Aragon and of course Simone de Beauvoir. The subseries is also contains reference documentation on Jeanne Hyvrard as well as correspondence held with the writer between 1982 and 2019.

The fonds also includes some MEDIA COVERAGE: articles about Verthuy, reviews of some of her publications, as well as some records related to the 2015 documentary 'Autour de Maïr'. Records pertaining to her PRIVATE LIFE can also be found in the fonds: some correspondence and files related to her education (class notes).

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