The fonds provides information on Lorna Roth’s research and teaching activities mainly between 1983 and 2012, especially on the First Nations media development in Canada.
The fonds includes, articles, manuscripts, course materials, and research materials composed of reports, memoranda, articles, and media coverage. There is for instance material related to her studies on the CBC Northern Service for the Royal Commission on Electoral Reform and Party Financing (1989-1991), and on the development of the First Peoples TV broadcasting in Northern Canada. There are also Roth’s articles and material relating to the 1995 Oka Crisis and a few Roth’s articles on colour skin balance (2000-2012).
The fonds provides information on Boisvert's professional life and private life. The Professional Life series is organized in 9 sub-series: CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION CONFERENCE, SEMINARS DISTINCTIONS HOUSE OF COMMONS MONTREAL DIOCESAN THEOLOGICAL COLLEGE ADMINISTRATION PHOTOS PRIESTHOOD RESEARCH TEACHING WRITINGS
The Private Life series is organized in 3 sub-series: CORRESPONDENCE EDUCATION PHOTOS
The fonds provides information about Ira Robinson’s research and teaching career. The fonds is divided in 5 main series:
AWARDS AND RECOGNITION
LECTURES AND CONFERENCES
RESEARCH AND PUBLISHING
It consists of course files, records on the many conferences, colloquiums and lectures Robinson took part in, records on the books and articles he published throughout the years. There are also records related to his involvement with the Jewish Public Library and his role as a leader in the field of Canadian Jewish Studies.
The fonds provides information on Pnina Gagnon’s professional life as an artist. It consists of records on her creative works, exhibitions, writings and publications, media coverage, correspondence and conferences or talks she took part in.
The fonds also contains records about her private life. It consists mainly of personal correspondence, journals and agendas, records on her education, family, travels and spirituality.
The fonds mainly provides information on teaching activities and her administrative career at Concordia University.
The fonds includes minutes, reports and correspondence. The fonds also includes her research files on GEMA (Committee on Gender Equity in Matter Academic), Simone de Beauvoir Institute, Department of Sociology and Anthropology and Planning Committee, Status of Women at Concordia University (Committee), Women’s Studies, Oral History Project, Pay Equity Committee, Ph. D in Humanities Program and CUFA (Concordia University Faculty Association).
The fonds documents the activities of the Concordia University Department of Art History. This fonds consists mainly of course outlines, curriculum development files and publications. The following RCRP categories are contained within this fonds:
1131 Curriculum Development 1140 Academic Program Management 1160 Academic Program Appraisals 1312 Course File 1313 Course Outlines 1410 Recruitment - Academic Appointment 1421 CUFA Academic Dossiers 1430 CUPFA Academic & Professional Dossiers 2120 Enrolment Statistics 2240 Thesis and Dissertation - Management 2410 Student Orientation Activities 2430 Awards & Scholarships Programs 3210 Chairs 4130 Organizational Chart and Mandate 5111 Meetings of Units 5112 Reports, Studies & Analyses 5113 Statistics 5160 University Events 5430 Media Relations 5450 University Publications 5461 Promotional Material 6111 Job Profiles 9430 Information & Orientation Activities
The following publications are included in this fonds:
Briefs/News/Views, 1988 (PUB-126)
Concordia Undergraduate Journal of Art History, 2005-2019 (PUB-387)
Volute : Concordia Fine Arts Magazine, 1991-1994 (PUB-348)
The fonds consists of records pertaining to Duckworth's professional life as a movie director and cinematographer. The PRODUCTIONS sub-series contains records related to development of movies he worked on: contracts, proposals, correspondence, notes, research and reference documentation, photos and some media coverage.
The TEACHING sub-series is comprised of correspondence, course outlines, class lists, teaching and student evaluations, a sample of student works and some notes.