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Dialogue and Diversity - Is There a Common Aboriginal Culture?

A panel during the four-day Dialogue and Diversity conference hosted by the Concordia School of Graduate Studies from January 24 to 28, 2000. The presenters were Firt Nations students at Concordia: Geronimo Inutiq, Dolores Pratt-Houseman, Philip Deering, and Joel Labillois. The moderator was Corinne Jette, Professor of Engineering and Computer Science, she was introduced by Brenda Rowe, Co-ordinator of the Centre for Native Education. (See: Patricia Story, "Aboriginal students: Let stick together," Concordia's Thursday Report, 10 February, 2000, 8).

Educating on the Nature & Dignity of Women (Endow) : Who We Are

Promotional video of Endow, divided in two parts:
1- Who We are (14 min. 15 sec.)
2 - Study Groups (3 min. 50 sec.), presenting the catholic educational program Endow, which is part of the New Feminism movement. Includes interviews with Terry Polakovic, Rev. Charles J. Chaput, Sister Prudence Allen, Martha Reichert, Mercedes Gutierrez, Brigid Sweeney, Allison LeChevalier, representatives from Women Of Machebeuf, Jeanette DeMelo and Joanie Todd.

Warren Reid fonds

  • P198
  • Fonds

The description of this fonds is not available. Please contact Concordia University Libraries Special Collections for more information.

Taras Grescoe fonds

  • P223
  • Fonds
  • 1982-2005, predominant 1998-2004

Fonds consists of a record of the research Taras Grescoe conducted during the process of writing his books Sacré Blues, The Devil's Picnic, and The End of Elsewhere. They document Quebec Society, global tourism, and the prohibited food and substance business.

The records include sound recordings and transcripts of interviews, research materials, drafts of book chapters and articles, travel note books, and correspondence.

Grescoe, Taras

Jack Gillmore fonds

  • F052
  • Fonds
  • [19--] ; 1927-1991, predominant 1927-1935

The fonds is related to Jack Gillmore’s work as an actor, writer, and director of Canada’s first radio plays in Vancouver, B.C. between 1925-1935. Gillmore was a member of the CNRV Players and performed over a hundred plays on the radio including but not limited to, “Peg O’ My Heart”, “R.U.R.”, and “The Zepplin’s Passenger” (Zeppelin's Passenger). Gillmore’s memoir includes his reminiscences on his career on the radio, his experiences as a car salesman in the 1920s, his marine equipment businesses in the 1930s and 1940s, and events he lived through between 1902 and 1977. The fonds also includes material relating to the deposit.

The fonds consists of photocopies of annotated scripts, essays, notes, production sheets, correspondence, and press clippings. It also includes a contact sheet, and Gillmore's memoirs.

The fonds is organized into the following series:

  • F052/A Historical Information
  • F052/B Scripts

Gillmore, Jack

Department of Finance

This transfer contains digitized and born-digital administrative records from the Department of Finance. The following RCRP categories are contained within this records transfer:

1313 Course Outlines (1979-2014)
5111 Meetings of Units (2005-2017)

Alfie Roberts and Patricia Cambridge collection

  • C025
  • Collection
  • 1916 ; 1934-2010

The collection documents the life, work, and interests of Alfie Roberts and Patricia Cambridge. It includes documentation about their post-secondary studies, their work experience in different companies and organizations, their contribution to the black community and their affiliation with various community organizations such as the St. Vincent and Grenadines Association of Montreal, the Emancipation 150 Committee, the Black Community Council of Quebec and the Project Genesis. The collection provides information about several Black community organizations in Montreal, the rest of Canada and North America, including promotional material of events, which provide an overview of the cultural activities held between the 60s and 90s. In addition, the collection contains numerous publications such as periodicals, booklets and books that were part of Roberts and Cambridge’s personal library and the Alfie Roberts Institute. Some of the periodicals found in the collection include issues of The Vincentian, Afro-Can, Gramma, Uhuru, Caribbean Contact, The Afro Canadian, The Militant, The Struggle, Outlet, Focus Umoja, Justice, Freedom, The Crusader, Nam Speaks, Speak Out, Day Clean, Forum, and New Beginning, among others publications. The collection covers topics that are related but not limited to Black history, imperialism, slavery, racism, liberation, colonialism, Marxism, communism, socialism, housing and segregation, urban planning, labour, history of Africa, the Caribbean and Latin America.

The Alfie Roberts and Patricia Cambridge Collection is divided into four series:
C025/A Personal Records
C025/B Community relations
C025/C Library and Research Documentation
C025/D Biographies

The collection contains correspondence, handwritten notes, assignments, essays written by Alfie Roberts and Patricia Cambridge, reference and research documentation, books, periodicals, newspaper clippings, booklets, speech transcripts, flyers, drawings, conference documents, posters, objects, pamphlets, brochures, leaflets, newsletters, bulletins, meeting minutes, agendas, photographs, maps, sound recordings, and objects.

Roberts, Alfie

Guido Molinari

Guido Molinari, artist and instructor for the Fine Arts faculty at Sir George Williams University and Concordia University. He was the posthumous recipient of degree of Doctor of Laws, honoris causa awarded by Concordia University in June 2004.

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