The fonds provides information on Ingrid Bachman's professional life as a contemporary artist and as a teacher at Concordia University and at the Art Institute of Chicago, her involvement with Design Cooperative and the Banff Art Residency Program. The CONFERENCE, LECTURES, TALKS subseries includes records related to the Conversations in Contemporary Art (CICA), the Studio Arts Visiting Artists Program as well as texts for presentations and lectures Bachmann gave at the Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS) conference and the Practice-Led Research Conference, to name a few. The PROJECTS subseries is comprised of notes, video scripts, promotional material and press clippings of reviews, and other records related to the logistics of coordinating and producing art installations such as Fault Lines, Digital Crustaceans, Nomad Web, Berlin Stories and 48 Hours/48 Rooms, among others. This subseries also includes the ProWeave software. The TEACHING subseries contains outlines and assignment directives of courses Bachman gave at the Art Institute of Chicago and Concordia University and the WRITINGS subseries records related to articles Bachmann published. The MEDIA COVERAGE subseries includes articles and reviews of Bachmann's works.Sans titre
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.Sans titre
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.Sans titre
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.Sans titre
The fonds provides information on Philip Szporer's career as a part-time instructor at Concordia University but also as a filmmaker and a journalist. The PROFESSIONAL LIFE series includes material related to Stress, the Official Journal of the International Institute of Stress and its Affiliates Szporer edited in the beginning of the 1980's, some of films he directed as well as conferences and festivals he attended or actively took part in. The DISTINCTIONS sub-series is comprised of records related to the Jacqueline Lemieux Prize and the Distinguished Teaching Award he received in 2010 and 2016, respectively. The TEACHING sub-series contains course outlines, records related to the CUPFA grants Szporer received throughout the years, some correspondence, a working copy of the Concordia University Contemporary Dance Department Assessment Report he produced in 2001 as well as some course materials, including slides on the history of modern dance as well as the works of dancers: Doris Humphrey, Isadora Duncan, Loie Fuller, Maud Allen, Martha Graham, Ruth St. Denis, and Twyla Tharp among others. The WRITINGS sub-series includes articles Szporer wrote for Dance Connection, Dance Journal USA, Cinema Canada as well as Concordia's Thursday Report.
The PERSONAL LIFE series contains a case study on the distribution of 'Not a Love Story' submitted to the department of Communication Studies in 1981 while Szporer was completing his graduate studies at Concordia University.Sans titre
The fonds provides information on Wall’s professional life as an instructor and researcher on early politics in Massachusetts.
The series Professional Life is organized in 4 sub-series:
- MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
- SIR GEORGE WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY
The fonds is organized in 2 series: PROFESSIONAL LIFE and PRIVATE LIFE.
The PROFESSIONAL LIFE series is comprised of 8 sub-series. The CORRESPONDENCE sub-series consists of letters, postcards and greeting cards from peers (artists, writers, professors, humanists, publishers) of Beissel including Angelika Arend, Werner Berchem, Werner Berg, Per Brask, Ronnie Brown, Anthony Cassils, Patrick Drysdale, Leo Enright, Heide Fruth-Sachs, Keith Garebian, Gary Geddes, Albert-Reiner Glaap, Amanda Hale, Jack Herbert, Jürgen Jankofsky, Anne Kulling, Renée Makino, Helmut Markus, Rob McLennan, Najwa Nasr, Anja Oppermann, Bruno Petrenko, Andrew Proctor, Uta Regoli, Walter Riedell, Gillian Rimington, Gerd Rohmann, Fruma Rothberg Sanders, Desmond Scott, John Smith, Richard Thain, Axel Vieregg and Norman Yates, to name a few. There is also an extended correspondence with Edward Lacey, Walter Bauer and Wolfgang Bottenberg.
The WRITINGS sub-series includes notebooks, manuscript and some correspondence related to Beissel's works in poetry (What If Zen Gardens, Season of Blood suite, Cantos North, The Dragon and the Pearl, Feel with your Eyes, etc.) and theatre (Inuk in the Sun, Under Coyote's Eye, For Crying Out Loud, Goya, The Noose and Improvisations for Mr. X., etc.) mostly but also essays (On the High Wires of the Imagination, Recovering the Child Inside or How to Write for Sarah and Jason, The Second Humanist Revolution: Eco-Humanism, Epic in Transition: A Challenge to the Contemporary Poet, etc.) and prose (The Sniper, As Flies to Wanton Boys, etc.). The sub-series also contains records related to the Irving Layton Festschrift published by Concordia that Beissel edited with Joy Bennett in the beginning of the 1990's.
The TRANSLATION sub-series includes notes and manuscripts of translations of works by Pablo Neruda, Tor Age Bringsvaerd, François Charron, Tankred Dorst, Shie Min, André Simard, Helmut Markus and Henrik Ibsen among others, but most notably Walter Bauer and Peter Huchel.
The CONFERENCES, TOURS AND RESEARCH TRIPS sub-series is comprised of correspondence, promotional material, speaking notes and travel reports related to Beissel's participation in many conferences, talks, festivals around the world including Peru, Kenya, China, Japan and Mexico but mostly in Canada and Germany where he often toured extensively. It also contains records one the Face-to-Face National Conference on Contemporary English-Canadian Theatre Beissel helped organize at Concordia University in 1975.
The TEACHING sub-series includes records related to Beissel's work at the University of the West Indies, the University of Alberta and the Munich University in Germany, but mostly at Concordia University as a full professor at the Department of English and as a coordinator of the Creative Writing Program he was instrumental in establishing and coordinating. The sub-series is comprised of correspondence, evaluations, some meeting minutes and course notes on modern European literature, Canadian literature and modern drama.
The COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT sub-series testifies of Beissel's involvement with different organizations and associations (the League of Canadian Poets, the Humanist Association of Ottawa, the Universities Faculty Committee for Peace in Vietnam, the Canadian Humanists Publications, the Book and Periodical Development Council, the Writers' Union of Canada, the International Theatre Institute, the Playwrights Guild of Canada and more) and his work as an editor of the magazines Humanist Perspectives and Edge. It is comprised mostly of correspondence but also includes some meeting agendas, minutes and notes.
The DISTINCTIONS sub-series is comprised of records related to the prizes and awards Beissel either won or was nominated for, including a Literary Award in Honour of Walter Bauer, an Ottawa Book Award and a Concordia University Alumni Associations Honorary Life Membership.
The MEDIA COVERAGE sub-series includes miscellaneous press clippings, reviews of Beissel's prose, poetry and plays as well as promotional material related to his publications, correspondence with poetry magazines as well as an extensive interview with Per Brask.
The PRIVATE LIFE series is comprised of 3 sub-series. The EDUCATION sub-series includes records related to Beissel's studies at University of Toronto: course notes, correspondence and syllabi of the courses he attended to. The sub-series also includes earlier course notes and writings [ca.1943-1950].
The JOURNALS sub-series includes the many diaries Beissel held between 1941 and 2015, including travel diaries written in Cuba, Kenya, Japan, England and China and a German war camp journal.
The CORRESPONDENCE sub-series consists of letters, greeting cards and postcards from friends and family members, including Beissel's parents and his daughters.Sans titre
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
HOUSE OF COMMONS
MONTREAL DIOCESAN THEOLOGICAL COLLEGE ADMINISTRATION
The Private Life series is organized in 3 sub-series:
The fonds consists of photos, work prints, contact sheets and negatives created by Gibson over the years. The photos were taken during his many travels but mostly in Montreal, Toronto, New York, London, Edinburgh.Sans titre
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.Sans titre
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.Sans titre
The fonds highlights Susan Briscoe's professional life as an educator and writer. It consists of records pertaining to her teaching and research work while at Dawson College. A personal records series consists of born-digital photos taken by Susan Briscoe on subjects including: Flora and fauna, family and travel.Sans titre
The fonds is organized in 2 series: VIE PERSONNELLE and VIE PROFESSIONNELLE. The VIE PERSONNELLE series is comprised of records related to François-Marc Gagnon’s education at Collège Stanislas, Université de Paris, Université d’Ottawa and the Grand séminaire d’Ottawa. It also includes personal correspondence, photos and slides of his travels and his family and friends, journals and agendas and some drawings.
The VIE PROFESSIONNELLE series is comprised of 6 sub-series: the CONFÉRENCES, COLLOQUES ET EXPOSITIONS sub-series is comprised of records related to the many presentations and lectures Gagnon gave during his career in France, Israel and in the United States but mostly in Canada, on subjects as varied as modern American art, impressionist paintings, Mayan and archaic American art, visual perception, archeology, anthropology and philosophy but mostly Paul-Émile Borduas and the Refus global artists, the automatists, ancient art in Quebec and the representation of first nations in Canadian art.
The ENSEIGNEMENT sub-series includes course outlines and teaching material related to Gagnon’s teaching positions at Université de Montréal (1967-2000), McGill University (1999) and Concordia University (2000-2019). The ÉCRITS sub-series contains records related to the books Gagnon wrote or took part in as well as articles he wrote for Larousse, Muse, RACAR, Recherches amérindiennes du Québec, Espace and Études françaises to name a few. The DISTINCTIONS sub-series contains records related to the many prizes and awards Gagnon received: an honorary degree from Concordia University, the Prix d’excellence en enseignement and Professeur émérite of Université de Montréal, Prix Gérard-Morisset, Prix d’histoire du Gouverneur general and Officier de l’Ordre national du Québec among others. The CORRESPONDANCE sub-series testifies of the professional relations of Gagnon with different museums, cultural centres and institutions.
Finally, the RECHERCHE ET MATÉRIEL DE RÉFÉRENCE sub-series is comprised of photocopies of articles and books chapters, reading fiches and notes on different subjects related to Gagnon’s fields of expertise: iconography of first peoples, Mayan art and history, modern art and artists such as Jean Dubuffet, Paul-Émile Borduas, Ozias Leduc, Fernand Léger and Jacques Hurtubise to only name a few.Sans titre
The fonds mainly provides information on the activities of Thé-Arts Loyola and general music and drama productions at Concordia University.
The fonds contains press clippings, theatre programs, small posters, and a souvenir book of the 25th anniversary of Thé-Arts’ reunion in 1997. It also contains slides of Thé-Arts productions Applause and Once Upon a Mattress which were donated by photographer Jeff Barber, former student and a member of Thé-Arts Loyola.Sans titre
The fonds provides information on the Sujir’s art projects and professional activities as an artist researcher and faculty member at Concordia for the period between 1972 and 2008.
The fonds consists of project administrative records, research materials and video and audio recordings of her film productions.Sans titre
The fonds consists of one sound recording and 43 photographs (slides, prints, and digital) related to various events which occurred at Sir George Williams University in 1967, 1969, and 1970.Sans titre
The fonds provides information on Martin Singer’s research and teaching between 1972 and 2009. It also documents his career as a university administrator at Concordia University.
The fonds consists of course materials, lectures, reports, and presentations. There is for instance material related to the extensive field trips to East Asia in 1975 and 1976 (which include more than 700 slides and a few sound recordings of lectures and interviews. The fonds also contains extensive research material related to the Martin Singer research projects on Canadian academic relations with China, sponsored respectively by IDRC (1982-1986) and AUCC (1994-1996). This material is composed of cassette tapes of interviews made with numerous Canadian and Chinese academics and government and NGO officials across Canada.Sans titre
The fonds provides information on Frank Barry’s career as an art educator and an artist.
The fonds contains course materials, sketching books, drawings and photographs, dated between ca. 1950 and 2013.Sans titre
The fonds provides information on Ana Cappelluto’s project with the CNC on Quebec theatre costume designers, mainly between 1997 and 2000.
The fonds mainly consists of a web site entitled “Archive de costume de Montréal / Montréal Costumes Archive”. There are also a few administrative records and some reference materials on the history of costumes.
The fonds provides information on art history related topics and on the publication of the journal.
The fonds contains administrative records, manuscripts, published issues and graphic materials (such as posters and logos).Sans titre
The fonds provides information on Thomas Waugh’s teaching activities with his contributions to the development of basic courses in Film Studies, Interdisciplinary Studies at Concordia University.
The fonds contains course materials, committee minutes, press clippings, posters, and correspondence. The fonds also includes materials on the HIV/AIDS Community Lecture Series.Sans titre
The fonds provides information on Lewis Poteet’s research on language, dialect and slang. The fonds also gives genealogical information on the Poteet family.
The fonds contains research materials, drafts, correspondence with other lexicographers and writers, and notes. The fonds also includes materials on Poteet’s latest literary project: Voetsek – Revisiting Swasiland and Soweto, a narrative non-fiction memory of his childhood in South Africa.Sans titre
The fonds provides information on the Sir George Williams University annual staff conferences for the years of 1964, 1965, 1966, and 1967. These two-day conferences which started in 1938 were usually held each year, at the end of May or on the first days of June.
The fonds consists of minutes, articles, reports, and programs.Sans titre
The fonds provides information on the events which preceded the Computer Centre Incident at Sir George Williams University in 1969.
The fonds mainly consists of reports, articles, and letters. It includes a typed copy of “Chronicle of Events” happening at Sir George, which was published in the “Statement” first issue (January 28, 1969).Sans titre
The fonds consists of a Harry Hyland’s photo portrait, his Loyola Sports Hall of Fame plaque, and a Loyola Winter Carnival plaque (1969).Sans titre
The fonds mainly provides information on Linda Kay’s research on the pioneering female journalists who travelled together to cover St. Louis World’s Fair in 1904 and on the Canadian Women’s Press Club (CWPC).
The fonds includes research materials mainly composed of correspondence, articles, and photocopies of various documents (mainly 1887-1904) related to the pioneering female journalists. It also contains interviews with CWPC members during the Centennial anniversary of the Club in 2004 and recordings of the entire event which includes a re-enactment of the original Sweet Sixteen trip to the World’s Fair in St. Louis in 1904. There are also original documents related to one of the 1904 pioneering female journalist, Alice Asselin (nee LeBoutillier): five photographs (1930s-1950s), and a few textual records on the history of the LeBoutillier family.Sans titre
The fonds provides information on Kurt Jonassohn's teaching career as a professor at Sir George Williams University and Concordia University as well as a researcher in the field of the history and sociology of genocides.
The ADMINISTRATION subseries includes records related to Jonassohn's involvement in the Association of University Teachers Planning Committee (SGWAUT) and the Student's Undergraduate Society. It is comprised of meeting minutes, correspondence, notes and a honorary degree nomination form for Norman Cohn.
The TEACHING subseries consists of teaching material, course outlines, course notes, readings lists as well as some promotional material (posters and brochures) related to the Summer Session in Sociology Project held at Sir George Williams University in the 1960's and 1970's.
The CONFERENCES, SEMINARS, TALKS subseries includes speaking notes, programs and correspondence related to the many conferences, symposiums and talks Jonassohn's took part in, often in collaboration with fellow Frank Chalk, such as 'Culture, Persecution, Perpetrator Intent and Their Effects on the Human Rights Agenda' presented to the Annual Meeting of the Eastern Anthropological Association in 1984 or 'Conceptualizations of Genocide and Ethnocide' presented at Famine Ukraine 1933 Symposium held in Montreal, in August 1983.
The WRITINGS subseries is comprised of some correspondence and texts and written by Jonassohn or in collaboration with Frank Chalk such as 'A Typology of Genocide and Some Implications for the Human Rights Agenda' in 1984.
The MONTREAL INSTITUTE FOR GENOCIDE STUDIES subseries includes records related to the development of the Audio-visual Collection and the Azrieli Collection of the institute as well as 'Jewish Resistance During the Holocaust', a lecture by Frank Chalk from 1995.
The CORRESPONDENCE subseries consists of communications exchanged with organizations such as the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) and the Centre for Comparative Genocide Studies and with other scholars, most notably Helen Fein, Jack Porter and Norman Cohn.
The RESEARCH AND REFERENCE DOCUMENTATION subseries is comprised of articles, papers, reports and press clippings on subjects close to history and sociology of genocides: the holocaust, the Armenian people, ethnic minorities, history revisionism and gypsy communities name a few.
The fonds provides information on the administration of the Concordia Student Union and also on some of its founding student associations from Loyola and Sir George Williams.
The fonds mainly consists of minutes, financial records, reports, and correspondence.Sans titre