Poetry 7 - Michael Benedikt reads from a selection of his poetry works.
The fonds provides information on Frank Chalk's career as a professor and an administrator at Sir George Williams and Concordia University, as well as a writer, researcher and expert on the questions of human rights and history of genocide.
The ADMINISTRATION sub-series includes records related to the role Chalk played in the Sir George Williams University and Concordia University, having been a member or in attendance of various committees: the Building Programme Co-ordinating Committee (BPCC), the Planning Committee of the Board of Governors or the Senate Library Committee, the Intra-University Committee, the Sir George Williams Association of University Teachers (SGWAUT) Council or the Sir George Williams Joint Committee on University Affairs (JCUA). The sub-series is also comprised of records related to the Perry Anderson case that lead to the Computer Centre protest of 1969 and its subsequent outcomes.
The TEACHING sub-series includes course outlines, teaching material, teaching evaluations, bibliographies, promotional material and correspondence related to the courses Chalk taught in the department of History and the Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies (MIGS) (most notably The History and Sociology of Genocide course), his involvement with graduate students Edward Kissi and Bertha Kimambo and with the Summer Sessions in Sociology held at Sir George Williams University in the 1960's.
The CONFERENCES, SEMINARS, TALKS sub-series is comprised of presentations, promotional material, correspondence linked to the many conferences and colloquiums Chalk took part of or attended in Mexico, the United States and Canada, often in collaboration with fellow and frequent collaborator Kurt Jonassohn. The subseries also includes records related to a round table Chalk helped organized with African archivists at Sir George Williams University in 1974 and the Sixth Annual History in the Making Conference held at Concordia University in 2000 (Chalk gave the opening address).
The CORRESPONDENCE sub-series consists of letters and postcards from peers, most notably David Koff, Helen Fein, Michael Dobkowski, Norman Cohn, Jack Nusan Porter, Barbara Harff and William Taylor.
The WRITINGS sub-series includes press clippings, promotional material, reviews and texts written by Frank Chalk and Jonassohn such as 'A History of Genocide' or 'Genocide: an Historical Overview' published in the 1990's.
The MONTREAL INSTITUTE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS AND GENOCIDE STUDIES sub-series is comprised of records testifying of Chalk's involvement in the institute he co-founded with Jonassohn: an annual report, records related to the Academic Advisory board of the institute, budgets, the management of the David J. Azrieli Holocaust Collection or logistics behind the organization of workshops and seminars by guest lecturers such as Stefanie Beck, Rhoda E. Howard or Gérard Chaliand among others and the Occasional Paper series.
The RESEARCH AND REFERENCE DOCUMENTATION sub-series consists of copies of articles, press clippings and notes related to antisemitism, South Africa and Canada, Ethiopian Jews as well as the management of the African Collection of Sir George Williams University (including correspondence with the Kenyan National Archives).
The DISTINCTION sub-series includes some correspondence related to the Rector's Circle Chalk was welcomed in, in 1995.
The PRIVATE LIFE series includes two diaries ('date books') written by an unknown person in 1925 and 1927, as well as correspondence related to an issue Chalk had with Chrysler Canada Ltd. that reached the Canadian House of Commons as well as the US Senate in 1966.Chalk, Frank R.
This fonds documents the activities of the Department of History of Loyola College. This fonds consists of the Loyola History Students Journal (PUB-131). The RCRP category 5450 University Publications is contained within this fonds.
This fonds documents the administrative activities of the Department of History of Sir George Williams University. The following RCRP categories are contained within this fonds:
1110 Academic Planning
1131 Curriculum Development
1140 Academic Program Management
1210 Academic Cooperation
1400 Academic Personnel
5110 Administrative Planning
5111 Meetings of Units
5112 Reports, Studies and Analyses
5120 General Administrative Management
5160 University Events
5170 External Relations
5450 University Publications
5461 Promotional Material
Le sous-fonds est divisé en deux séries : VIE PERSONNELLE et VIE PROFESSIONNELLE. La série VIE PERSONNELLE comprend de la correspondance diverse dont une lettre de Fernand Léger. La correspondance inclut des lettres adressées à Laurette (dite Lola) Gagnon ainsi que Luc Gagnon. Y sont compris également des documents liés à l’éducation de Maurice Gagnon à Paris, des documents légaux ainsi que des dessins divers.
La série VIE PROFESSIONNELLE comprend une sous-série ENSEIGNEMENT qui inclut des notes de cours et documentation sur des thèmes liés à l’histoire de l’art : architecture, Le Corbusier, l’impressionnisme, la peinture italienne à la Renaissance, le réalisme/romantisme et la sculpture gothique, entre autres. La sous-série ÉCRITS comprend des copies du livre ‘Peinture moderne’ dont une version corrigée en 1944. La sous-série RECHERCHE ET MATÉRIEL DE RÉFÉRENCE comprend notamment une copie du livre ‘Projections libérantes’ de Paul-Émile Borduas.Gagnon, Maurice
This fonds documents the administrative activities of the Department of Classics of Loyola College. The following RCRP categories are contained within this fonds:
1131 Curriculum Development
1140 Academic Programs Management
1331 Examination and Tests - Questionnaires
1430 CUPFA Academic and Professional Dossier
2120 Enrolment Statistics
3210 Research Chairs
5111 Meetings of Units
5410 Institutional Communications
This fonds documents the administrative activities of the Department of Classics, Modern Languages and Linguistics. The fonds only consists of part-time and full time teachers files.
The following RCRP categories are contained within this fonds:
1421 CUFA Academic and Professional Dossiers
1430 CUPFA Academic and Professional Dossiers
This transfer consists of digital records pertaining to <<l’évaluation de l’intérêt patrimonial du campus loyola de l’université concordia>> The Assessment of the Heritage Significance of Concordia University's Loyola Campus. This assessment was produced by Susan Bronson at Facilities Management at Concordia University and the City of Montreal's Heritage Division. The following RCRP categories are contained within this records transfer:
- 8121 Estate Inventories
The fonds provides information on the administration, programming, and activities of La Centrale. It covers the gallery’s development from its beginnings in 1973 until 2013. The fonds documents the gallery’s history, as well as its role in the Montreal art scene. In addition to events and exhibitions, the fonds includes documentation concerning the Mois de la performance, Viva!, the Mois de la photographie, and HTMlles, and other Montreal-based events. It also contains biographical information on a significant number of artists based around the world.
The fonds contains a wide variety of documents, including but not limited to, meeting minutes, newsletters, reports, press clippings, publications, artists’ CVs, correspondence, photographs, posters and other publicity, programs, audio recordings and moving images, contracts, financial records, and objects.
The fonds is organized into the following series:
P128/B. Financial Records
P128/E. Artists and Events
P128/G. External Relations
P128/H. Facilities Management
P128/I. Legal Affairs
P128/K. Human Resources
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)