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René Lévesque Lecture

René Lévesque, leader of Parti Québécois, speaks to students of Sir George Williams University about Québec Independence (Political Science Society Meeting).

SGW Poetry Reading Series: Dorothy Livesay

Poetry Reading Series: Reel 1 includes: "Edmonton Street","The Operation","The Women Syndrome","Other", "Bartok and the Germanium", and "Latter Day Eve" Reel 2 includes: "Day and Night", "Lorea","Weapons","Alienation" Climax Blindness Song for Solomon, Give us our Trespasses, The Notations of Love, Moving Out, and "At Dawn" Dorothy Livesay.

Concordia University. Department of English fonds

  • I0086
  • Fonds
  • 1939-2005, predominant 1971-2005

The fonds consists of some administrative records of the SGWU Department of English and the Concordia Department of English between 1971 and 2005. It also consists of some SGWU Department of English records related to student academic activities in the 1940s and to public readings and lectures, and a few interviews, produced between 1966 and 1972.

The fonds mainly includes minutes of departmental meetings and some course timetables. It also includes some student papers in bound volumes and 63 sound recordings (80 audio reels) mainly composed of poetry readings (see the Concordia SpokenWeb project which uses this material) but also a few lectures given at SGWU. There are also loose typed sheets describing some of the SGWU poetry readings.

Concordia University. Department of English

Father Malone's Testimonial dinner

Testimonial Dinner for Rev. Patrick G. Malone, S. J. held at the Bonaventure Hotel, in Montreal. Rev. Malone whose resignation as President of Loyola College took effect in July 1974. Speakers: Timothy P. Slattery and Rev. Patrick G. Malone.

The Traditional Way

Tom Porter discusses the Mohawk creation story and how that relates to contemporary indigenous society. Mohawk Chief Joe Phillips also speaks. This lecture was part of the Loyola's Native Peoples of Canada Series.

Indian Government: 1950 to the Present

Mike Mitchell gives a description of the culture and political situation of Aboriginal peoples. Mike Mitchell, Director of North America Indian Travelling College. This lecture was part of the Loyola's Native Peoples of Canada Series.

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