The fonds includes Dr. Saccá's Concordia University Board of Governors meeting files from February 1995 to April 2000. The files include annotated agendas, handwritten notes, minutes, meeting documents, and copies of notes regarding the meetings that were sent to Fine Arts Department faculty members. The fonds includes materials related to Dr. Saccá's activities as principal of the Simone de Beauvoir Institute and her participation in Concordia University's organizational review.
The fonds provides information on Clarence Bayne's teaching career and on the Black community of Montreal.
The fonds consists of course notes and other materials from classes he offered in the 1970s and 1980s, a draft copy of the statistics text book he prepared in collaboration with colleagues from Concordia University, and a copy of a paper, Problems Facing the Black Community of Montréal, given in 1991 by Clarence Bayne on behalf of the Black Theatre Workshop of Montreal, the Black Community Council of Quebec, and the Black Studies Centre, to the administration of the City of Montreal.
The fonds provides information on the incorporation of the Thomas More Institute under provincial and federal legislation, the recognition of its curriculum, and the agreement that was in force between the Institute and the Université de Montréal.
The fonds consists of the Institute's letters patent, Father O'Connor's correspondence, and letters of agreement.
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 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.
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.
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 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.
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.
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).
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.
The fonds provides information on the Special Summer Session in Sociology, between 1962-1970, and the two following committees: the Planning Committee of the Sir George Williams Association of University Teachers - SGWAUT (1964-1967) and the Constitutional Committee of the Students’ Undergraduate Society (1963-1964), later called the Day Students’ Association of Sir George Williams University. There is also a file on tenure policy issue (1969).
The fonds consists of correspondence, reports, minutes, and brochures.
The fonds provides information on Christopher Jackson’s career as university administrator and teacher in the department of Music at Concordia University. The fonds also includes documentation on his activities with the Comité des orgues of the Fondation du Patrimoine Religieux du Québec where he acted as a consultant for the preservation and restoration of organs.