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I0034 · Fonds · 1974-2023

The fonds documents the activities of the Concordia University Department of Recreation and Athletics from 1974 until 2010.

It contains programs, schedules, newspaper clippings, minutes of meetings, correspondence, photographs, audio-visual documents, objects. It includes a list of varsity athletes by sports between 1937 and 1989 compiled by Theresa Humes.

The fonds is organized in the following series:

1210 International Academic Cooperation - Agreements
1220 Students Exchange Programs
1310 Academic Session Organization
1330 Teaching Activities
2410 Student Orientation Activities
4130 Organization Charts and Mandates
4131 Delegation of Authority
4210 University Policies and Procedures
4320 External Audits
5110 Planning
5111 Committees and Meetings
5112 Reports, Studies and Analyses
5113 Statistics
5150 Unit Evaluations
5160 University Events
5170 External Relations
5171 Conferences and Seminars - External
5410 Internal News and Announcements
5420 Media Relations
5430 Media Coverage
5460 Promotional Materials
6110 Staff and Position Management
6111 Job Profiles
6131 Job Posting and Hiring Criteria
9110 Fundraising Initiatives
9211 Historical Evolution
9320 Public Art Projects
9510 Recreation and Athletics Activities Programs
9530 Sport Regular Season
9531 Team Players
9540 Championships and Tournaments
9550 Sport Awards and Events

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The Link fonds
P0150 · Fonds · 1972-2023

The fonds provides information on The Georgian and Loyola News, and on the activities of The Link.

The fonds consists of the publication The Link, minutes of staff meetings, letters to the editor, and other administrative files. The fonds includes photographs of a variety of subjects from The Georgian.

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Department of Art History fonds
I0070 · Fonds · 1982 - 2023

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)
  • Yiara Magazine, 2015-2019
  • Art History Course Guides, 1982-1989
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RMA-2023-35 · Accession · 1998 - 2023
Fait partie de Department of Recreation and Athletics fonds

This transfer contains digitized and born-digital administrative records from the Recreation and Athletics department. The following RCRP categories are contained within this records transfer:

4160 Official University Identification (1998-2023)
5160 University Events (2012-2022)
9510 Recreation Programs Management (1999-2023)
9520 Varsity Sports Management (2003-2020)
9530 Sports Teams & Clubs (2010-2023)
9531 Team Players Files (2022-2023)
9550 Sports & Athletics Recognition Events (2015)

I0057 · Fonds · 1986 - 2023

This fonds documents the administrative activities of the Office of the Provost and Vice-President, Academic Affairs. The following RCRP categories are contained within this fonds:

  • 1110 Academic Planning
  • 1130 Program Feasibility & Development - APC Committee
  • 1131 Curriculum Development
  • 1140 Academic Program Management
  • 1141 Program Accreditation & Certifications
  • 1160 Academic Program Appraisal
  • 1210 Academic Co-operation Agreements
  • 1220 Student Exchange Programs
  • 1320 Support for Teeaching
  • 1410 Recruitment Academic Appointment
  • 1430 CUPFA - Academic and Professional Dossier
  • 1450 Academic Visitors
  • 1470 Recognition Awards & Prizes to Professors
  • 2120 Enrolment Statistics
  • 2420 Support Services for Students
  • 2430 Awards & Scholarships Programs
  • 3210 Research Chairs
  • 4120 Governing Bodies - Committees
  • 4131 Delegation of Authority
  • 4150 Honorary Distinctions - Selection Process
  • 5110 Administrative Planning
  • 5111 Meetings of Units
  • 5112 Reports, Studies & Analyses
  • 5160 University Events
  • 5170 External Relations
  • 5171 Conferences & Seminars - External
  • 5172 Public Relations Activities
  • 5220 Litigation
  • 6110 Staff & Position Management
  • 6120 Advisory Search Committees & Evaluation
  • 6530 Negotiations
  • 6551 Complaints & Grievances
  • 9110 Fundraising Campaigns & Projects
RMA-2023-34 · Accession · 1997 - 2023
Fait partie de Department of Art History fonds

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

1131 - Curriculum Development (2015)
1313 - Course Outlines (1997-2023)
1410 - Recruitment - Academic Appointments (2001-2013)
2410 - Student Orientation Activities (2016-2018)
2430 - Awards and Scholarships (2013)
5440 - Websites (2010-2013)
5450 - University Publications (2011-2014)

RMA-2023-40 · Accession · 2020 - 2023
Fait partie de Office of the Provost and Vice-President, Academic Affairs fonds

This transfer contains digitized and born-digital administrative records from the Office of the Provost Vice-President, Academic Affairs relating to the President's Task Force on Anti-Black Racism, including photos from the Final Report launch event. The following RCRP categories are contained within this records transfer:

4130 Organizational Charts and Mandates (2020-2022)
5112 Reports, Studies, and Analyses (2021-2023)
5160 University Events (2022)
5170 External Relations (2022)
5400 Communications (2021-2022)

Department of Contemporary Dance fonds
I0059 · Fonds · 1980 - 2022

The fonds gives information on the history and activities of the department and on contemporary dance in Montreal as well.
The fonds mainly includes newspaper clippings, leaflets, show programs, and posters from 1978-1994 and 2003-2007. The fonds also includes video recordings of four lectures given in 2013, parts of the Mover Over Lecture Series. The lecturers were Marie-Hélène Falcon, Marten Spangberg, Sarah Chase, and Guy Cools.

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P234/B · Série · [ca. 1960]-1963, 1972-2022
Fait partie de Sur Rodney (Sur) fonds

The series illustrates the North-American and more precisely the New York East Village art scene around Sur Rodney (Sur) from the 1960s to 2018. It depicts Sur Rodney (Sur)’s career as an artist, his involvement in the art scene and his relation to fellow artists. It gives an insight in the life of various artists by the means of personal correspondence exchanged with Sur Rodney (Sur), exhibition catalogues, and documents related to The Sur Rodney (Sur) Show (1980) and the All New Sur Rodney (Sur) Show (1981), which were both presenting artists from the Manhattan's Lower East Side art scene. Artists mentioned in the series are, among others, Andreas Senser, Gracie Mansion, Geoffrey Hendricks, Pauline Graham Leathem, Ronald Heydon, Nan Goldin, John Brill and Lorraine O'Grady. The series covers subjects like Black Contemporary Art, Performance art, and Queer Art. It also refers to Visual Aids, an organization working on AIDS awareness through art projects, while supporting artists living with AIDS and archiving their work.

The series is organized into the following sub-series:
P0234/ B1 Sur Rodney (Sur)’s talks, presentations and writings
P0234/ B2 Works of fellow artists
P0234/ B3 Correspondence with fellow artists

The series contains, but is not limited to, correspondence, newspaper articles, drafts, scrapbooks, exhibition catalogs, magazines and other publications, posters, notebooks, calendars, photographs, flyers, moving images, a press kit, a sound recording, and an Acker Awards box.

RMA-2023-23 · Accession · 1982 - 2022
Fait partie de Department of Art History fonds

The following RCRP categories are contained within this records transfer:

1131 CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT
1140 ACADEMIC PROGRAM MANAGEMENT
1160 ACADEMIC PROGRAM APPRAISAILS
1313 COURSE OUTLINES
1410 RECRUITEMENT – ACADEMIC APPOINTMENT
1421 CUFA – ACADEMIC DOSSIERS
1430 CUPFA – ACADEMIC & PROFESIONNAL DOSSIERS
2240 THESIS & DISSERTATION - MANAGEMENT
2410 STUDENT ORIENTATION ACTIVITIES
2430 AWARDS & SCHOLARSHIPS - PROGRAMS
5111 MEETINGS OF UNITS
5112 REPORTS, STUDIES & ANALYSES
5113 STATISTICS
5160 UNIVERSITY EVENTS
5450 UNIVERSITY PUBLICATIONS
5461 PROMOTIONAL MATERIAL
6111 JOB PROFILES
9430 INFORMATION & ORIENTATION ACTIVITIES

Works of fellow artists
P234/ B2 · Sous-série · 1963, [ca. 1973]-2022
Fait partie de Sur Rodney (Sur) fonds

The subseries illustrates the art scene around Sur Rodney (Sur), focussing especially on artists from the New York East Village, but including some international artists as well. It gives an insight in the artistic career of various artists, as there are, among others, Andreas Senser, Gracie Mansion, Geoffrey Hendricks, and photographer Timothy Greathouse. The sub-series covers subjects like Black Contemporary Art, performance art, Queer Art, and the problematic of Aids. The sub-series includes the documentary "I'll be your Mirror", screened at the Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian film festival and featuring photographer Nan Goldin and the lower east side of Manhattan during the 1980s and HIV/AIDS. It also includes an Acker Award box from 2014, containing original art works and mementos contributed by the awardees.

The subseries consists of, but is not limited to, newspaper articles, exhibition catalogs, magazines, and other publications, correspondence, a poster, and an Acker Awards box.

Henry Beissel fonds
P0287 · Fonds · 1941 - 2022

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. This sub-series includes a number of audio recordings created during his attendance at the Cultural Congress of Havana which took place January 4-11, 1968. 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.

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Prudence Allen fonds
P0114 · Fonds · 1941-2022

The fonds mainly provides information on Sister Prudence Allen’s research, teaching activities, and her religious life. Some materials are related, among others, to religious figures such as Hildergard of Bingen and Edith Stein, as well as philosophical perspectives on woman. The fonds also gives genealogical information on the Allen family and the Oneida Community

The fonds includes lectures, speeches, and articles; correspondence, daily journals, and photographs. The fonds also includes three dolls made by Sr. Prudence Allen’s grandmother, Christine Hamilton Allen (1875-1952), a social worker who worked closely with Eleonar Roosevelt during the Suffrage Movement. There are other artifacts such as a Tree of Life embroidered for Sr. Prudence Allen by Gretta Nemiroff.

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Sur Rodney (Sur) fonds
P234 · Fonds · [ca. 1900]-2022, predominantly 1974-2019

The Sur Rodney (Sur) fonds gives an insight into the life and career of Sur Rodney (Sur), from his childhood in Montreal until today. It informs about his family background and early life as part of Montreal’s black community during the 1950s and 1960s. The fonds illustrates Sur Rodney’s work as an artist and activist, and it presents the North-American and more precisely the New York East Village art scene around Sur Rodney (Sur) from the 1960s to 2018, by the means of personal correspondence exchanged with Sur Rodney (Sur), exhibition catalogues, and documents related to The Sur Rodney (Sur) Show (1980) and the All New Sur Rodney (Sur) Show (1981). It also contains information about the AIDS crisis, the organization Visual Aids and Sur Rodney’s implication within this context.

The fonds is organized into the following series:

P0234/A The Adams family and Sur Rodney (Sur)’s personal life
P0234/B The Artist Sur Rodney (Sur) and fellow artists

The fonds includes, but is not limited to, photographs, art works, scrap-books, posters, speaking notes, correspondence, programs, flyers, newspaper clippings, ephemera, publications with contributions by Sur Rodney (Sur), moving images and sound recordings.

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Taras Grescoe fonds
P223 · Fonds · 1982 - 2022

Fonds consists of materials related to the life and work of Taras Grescoe and documents the research conducted during the process of writing the following publications: Sacré Blues (2000), The End of Elsewhere (2003), The Devil's Picnic (2005), Bottomfeeder: How to Ear Ethically in a World of Vanishing Seafood (2008), Straphanger: Saving Our Cities and Ourselves from the Automobile (2012), and Shanghai Grand: Forbidden Love and International Intrigue in a Doomed World (2016). These publications document Quebec society, tourism, the environment, history, and the prohibited food and substance business, among other topics.
The fonds includes audio interviews and transcripts and interview transcripts, research documentation, drafts of book chapters and articles, travel notebooks, correspondence, and manuscripts.

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

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RMA-2023-42 · Accession · 2003 - 2022
Fait partie de School of Graduate Studies fonds

This transfer contains digitized and born-digital administrative records from the School of Graduate Studies (SGS). These records relate to the School of Graduate Studies awards and GradProSkills programming. The following RCRP categories are contained within this records transfer:

2430 Awards and Scholarships - Programs (2003-2017)
5111 Meetings of Units (2012-2017)
5160 Events (2014-2022)

RMA-2022-25 · Accession · 1980 - 2022
Fait partie de Department of Contemporary Dance fonds

This transfer contains administrative records from the Department of Contemporary Dance. The following RCRP categories are contained within this records transfer:

1160 Academic Program Appraisals (1999-2003)
2430 Awards & Scholarships - Programs (1991-2006)
5160 University Events (1980-2022)
5430 Media Coverage (2000-2016)
5450 University Publications (1992-2008)
5461 Promotional Material (1990-2020)
9430 Information & Orientation Activities (1982-2001)

P234/ B1 · Sous-série · [1960], 1972-2022
Fait partie de Sur Rodney (Sur) fonds

The subseries illustrates Sur Rodney (Sur)’s career as an artist and his involvement in the art scene, from the beginning of his career in the 1960s to today. It documents Sur Rodney (Sur)’s various actions and implications not only as an artist, but also as spokesperson for artists from marginalized groups and especially those living with HIV/AIDS.
The subseries includes material on various of Sur Rodney’s projects, such as, among others, the video production The Scary truth About Cockroaches & Landlords, various exhibitions, Sur Rodney (Sur)’s contributions to numerous publications, his participation in various panels and talks, especially his presentation at the CCA Panel : Art Minus Hype : American Art in the 1980’s (1997), and the television shows Sur Rodney (Sur) Show (1980) and All New Sur Rodney (Sur) Show (1981), both moderated by Sur Rodney (Sur). In these shows Sur Rodney (Sur) presented artists from the Manhattan's Lower East Side art scene.
The subseries also includes interviews with Sur Rodney (Sur).

The subseries contains, but is not limited to, scripts, notebooks, calendars, a scrapbook, photographs, flyers, newspaper articles, magazines and other publications, moving images, a press kit, posters, and a sound recording.

Philip Szporer fonds
P0289 · Fonds · 1980 - 2022

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.

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Guy Thouin fonds
F040 · Fonds · 1942 - 2021

The fonds documents Guy Thouin’s career from the 1950s to 2021, including his time at the Quatuor de jazz libre du Québec (1967-1971), L’Infornie (1969-1971), The Heart Ensemble (1989-present), and Nouveau Jazz Libre du Québec (2012). The fonds also provides information about Thouin’s personal life, including his early years in elementary school, his time playing with the cadets, moments with his family and friends, his studies in Quebec, and his life in India.

The Guy Thouin fonds contains photographs, music scores composed by Guy Thouin from 1968 to 2020, sound and audiovisual recordings of live performances, posters, records, clippings about Guy Thouin and his musical projects, flyers, curriculum vitae, biographical notes, postcards, press releases, certificate of birth and baptism, and certificate of optician license.

The Guy Thouin fonds is divided into 4 series:
F040/A Scores
F040/B Photographs
F040/C Musical career
F040/D Personal records

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Black Community Resource Centre fonds
F045 · Fonds · 1992-2021

The Black Community Resource Centre fonds (BCRC) provides information about the administration, finances, projects, services, and activities of the BCRC from its founding in 1992 to 2021. The fonds also includes extensive documentation on several partnerships between the BCRC and other organizations with whom they partnered on a variety of programs and workshops.

The Black Community Resource Centre fonds consists mostly of textual records that detail the administrative process of the organization and the daily activities of the BCRC. The fonds contains partnership agreements, meeting minutes, agendas, bulletins, newsletters, correspondence, annual reports, financial records, project evaluations, presentation slides, and job descriptions, among other administrative documents. In addition, the fonds includes photographs, posters, and promotional materials for several events and programs offered by the BCRC and other organizations, including but not limited to the School Readiness Program, Volunteer Bureau, House of King and Queens, and A Taste of the Caribbean festival. It also contains research documentation and other materials preserved by the BCRC for use in their resource centre.

The Black Community Resource Center fonds is divided into 4 series:

  • F045/A Administration
  • F045/B Financial Records
  • F045/C Projects, Events and Partnerships
  • F045/D Reference Documentation
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Photographs
F040/B · Série · 1942-2021
Fait partie de Guy Thouin fonds

The series documents the life and career of Guy Thouin from 1942 to 2021.

The series contains photographs of Guy Thouin’s childhood and adolescence, his musical beginnings, his trip to New York in 1962, live performances, album recordings, his time as a member of the Quatuor du nouveau jazz libre du Quebec and the Heart Ensemble, photographs with friends, family, and other musicians.

Administration
F045/A · Série · 1994-2004 ; 2015-2021
Fait partie de Black Community Resource Centre fonds

The series contains documentation about the administration and organization of the Black Community Resource Centre between 1994 and 2021.

The series contains agendas, meeting minutes, communiques, correspondence, bulletins, press releases, newsletters, annual reports, policies, organizational charts, job descriptions and job postings, memos, invitation letters, updates on programs, and group discussions, among other documents.

John Gilmore fonds
P004 · Fonds · [ca. 1912?]-2021, predominantly 1981-1983

The fonds provides information on jazz in Montreal between 1916 and 2007.

The fonds contains the material John Gilmore gathered for his two books. It contains research notes, sound recordings including interviews with musicians and others, photographs, posters, correspondence, and a manuscript of Swinging in Paradise: The Story of Jazz in Montreal.

The fonds is organized in the following series:
P0004/A Research material
P0004/B Manuscripts
P0004/C Reviews
P0004/D Lectures and interviews

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Pnina Gagnon fonds
P0282 · Fonds · 1953 - 2021

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.

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RMA-2024-06 · Accession · 2011 - 2021
Fait partie de School of Graduate Studies fonds

This transfer contains digitized and born-digital administrative records from the School of Graduate Studies (SGS) related to GradProSkills (GPS) Communications and events. Documents from the following events are included: Three Minute Thesis Competition (3MT), Basecamp, Career Panels, Orientation, Speed Networking, Thesis Boost Writing Retreat, and the University Teaching Seminar (2015). A series of videos related to Best Practices (2014) and a GPS Promo video are also included. This transfer also contains waivers linked to photographs. The following RCRP categories are contained within this records transfer:

5160 University Events (2012-2021)
5461 Promotional Material (2011-2021)

Ira Robinson fonds
P0283 · Fonds · 1974 - 2021

The fonds provides information about Ira Robinson’s research and teaching career.
The fonds is divided in 5 main series:

  • ADMINISTRATION
  • AWARDS AND RECOGNITION
  • LECTURES AND CONFERENCES
  • RESEARCH AND PUBLISHING
  • TEACHING

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.

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Maïr Verthuy fonds
P0291 · Fonds · ca. 1965-2021

The fonds provides information on Maïr Verthuy's PROFESSIONAL LIFE as a teacher in the department of Études françaises and a writer of articles on feminism, French literature and female migrant authors.

The TEACHING subseries contains records related to the courses Verthuy taught at Concordia University in the department of Études Françaises as well as at the Simone de Beauvoir Institute she founded in 1978 and that she directed from its inception to 1983. The records includes course outlines, bibliographies, some promotional material and correspondence. 'Littérature et francophonie', 'Huit siècles de poésie féminine', 'Le Romantisme', 'La littérature françaises au féminin' and more are all themes Verthuy taught.

The WRITINGS subseries includes records on the many articles and book reviews that Verthuy wrote from the mid-1960's to 2016 such 'Quebec Feminist Writing/Les écrits feminists au Québec' with Jeanne Maranda in 1977, 'Manifeste pour un ‘Gynocentrisme’ universitaire' in 1986, 'Flirting with Female Be-ing: the Uneasy Search of Hélène Ouvrard' in 1987, 'Hélène Parmelin and the Question of Time, Taking our Time: Feminist Perspectives on Temporality' in 1989, 'Les romancières immigrées et la politique ‘autre’ : Véra Pollak et Régine Robin' in 1995, 'Assia Djebar : le regard dé-voilé' in 1997, 'L’autobiographie de la migrance au Québec : Régine Robin et Nadine Ltaïf' in 2001, to only name a few. The records consist of drafts of manuscrits, photocopies of articles as well as some correspondence.

The CONFERENCES, SEMINARS, TALKS subseries is comprised of records related to the many presentations Verthuy made at different conferences and colloquia in Canada, in the United States and in Europe, most notably 'Virgile, non, Manastabal, si!' presented at the Congrès Société internationale de phénoménologie et de littérature in 1986, 'Hélène Parmelin ou la peinture faite roman' at the Association des professeurs de français des universités et collèges canadiens (APFUCC) in Victoria in 1990, 'L’hétérogénéité culturelle dans l’écriture féminine' at the Colloque du Centre de coopération interuniversitaire franco-québécoise held in Paris in 1991, 'Jeanne Hyvrard, d’un-e innommé-e l’autre' at the Colloque Le Littéraire et le sacré of the Département d’Études françaises at Concordia University in 1991, 'La Peinture au service du polar' at the Colloque Le roman français de la dernière décennie held Dalhousie University, Halifax in 1998. Maïr Verthuy was instrumental in the organization of the International Conference on Research and Teaching Related to Women held at Concordia University in the Summer of 1982. The files from the subseries include texts and drafts of texts of the presentations, some programs of the conferences and correspondence.

The DISTINCTIONS subseries provides information on the many prizes and awards Verthuy have received throughout her career: Personalité féminine de l'année at the Salon de la Femme in 1979, the John O'Brien Distinguished Teaching Award in 1985, the YWCA's Women of Distinction Awards in 1997, the Prix du Gouverneur-Général du Québec in 2008, the Order of Canada in 2012 and the Ordre national du Québec in 2019.

The COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT subseries is comprised of records related to Verthuy's involvement with different organizations outside of Concordia University between 1987 and 2010: the Conseil de la magistrature, the Montreal Council of Women (MCM) and the Commission de consultation sur les pratiques d'accomodements reliés aux différences culturelles, among others.

The RESEARCH AND REFERENCE DOCUMENTATION subseries includes publications, notes, photocopies of articles on different subjects related to Verthuy's expertise, most notably authors Assia Djebar, Hélène Parmelin, poet Louis Aragon and of course Simone de Beauvoir. The subseries is also contains reference documentation on Jeanne Hyvrard as well as correspondence held with the writer between 1982 and 2019.

The fonds also includes some MEDIA COVERAGE: articles about Verthuy, reviews of some of her publications, as well as some records related to the 2015 documentary 'Autour de Maïr'. Records pertaining to her PRIVATE LIFE can also be found in the fonds: some correspondence and files related to her education (class notes).

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P0271 · Fonds · 2004-2020

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).

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articule fonds
F036 · Fonds · [19--], 1955, 1961-1962, 1973-2020, primarily 1979-2016

The fonds illustrates the development of articule Gallery from its beginnings to the present as an active part of the Montreal art scene. It provides information on the administration, finances, and programming of the gallery. The fonds gives a vivid picture of articule’s events and exhibitions throughout the years, including documentation concerning events organized in collaboration with partners, as there is Viva! Art Action, the Mois de la photographie, and other Montreal-wide events. The fonds contains biographical information on a significant number of Canadian and international artists, and on organizations operating in the Quebec art scene. It includes several folders related to the Société du 5 avril, and the RCAAQ [Regroupement des centres d’artistes autogérés du Québec].

The fonds is organized into the following series:

F036/A. Administration
F036/B. Financial Records
F036/C. Programming
F036/D. External Relations
F036/E. Artists and events
F036/F. Publications
F036/G. Reference documentation

The fonds contains a wide variety of documents, including but not limited to, artist’s books, agreements, artworks, contracts, booklets, bills, biographical information, buttons, by-laws, collector’s cards, correspondence, calendars, contracts, drafts, decisions, letters patent, meeting minutes, a manifest, notebooks, regulations, statistics, forms, mandates, historical overviews, subscriptions, job descriptions, job postings, subvention requests, portfolios, project descriptions, financial records, plans, questionnaires, press releases, policies, a press kit, proposals, posters, publications, statements, T-shirts, visitor logs, an inventory, photographs, reference documentation, memoires, guest books, newspaper articles, reports, strategic plans, grant applications, lists, notes, promotional material, legal deposit information, as well as documents related to the gallery’s web site.

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