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"Art and money, or, what is it worth?" : workshop/conference materials

File consists of materials pertaining to the organization of this interdisciplinary workshop/conference, part of the 1994 Harold Innis Centenary Celebration, held on 14-16 January 1994 at York University. Included are an event programme, participant contact lists, bibliographies and abstracts, copies of correspondence and CVs.

1982 project outline

File consists of a detailed outline sent by Drache to H. J. Glasbeek pertaining to a research project on the social and economic rights of Canadian workers, as well as a report from the National Council of Welfare on poverty in Canada in 1980, an article and newspaper clippings on Canadian standards of living.

2nd seminar : OFL : notes

File pertains to a seminar series held at Atkinson College, York University, with the Ontario Federation of Labour on the subject of Ontario and the global economy. Included in the file are speaking notes by Arthur Donner for the 9 January 1990 seminar, an agenda for the 20 February 1990 seminar, Drache's handwritten notes, a cover page for John Myles' paper, "Economic restructuring and Canadian labour", as well as a 1987 Gatt-Fly Study paper entitled "Community self-reliance: a Canadian vision of economic justice".

Ad replies

File consists of incoming correspondence sent to Drache in response to advertisements he placed in the Globe and Mail and the New York Review of Books looking for material about Harold Innis for use in a biography.

Alan Porter's Innis notes

File consists of photocopies of Alan Porter's undated handwritten notes, taken while a student in Harold Innis' economic history class.

Alice Propper

File consists of correspondence sent to Drache pertaining to the publication of Alice Propper's 40-page annotated guide entitled "Women in society". Also included is a copy of Propper's course syllabus for a Sociology course, "Women in society", taught by Propper at York University.

Appleton, Adams letters

File consists of letters from Barry Appleton, of Appleton Charitable Foundation, and Michael Adams, of Environics Research Group, in response to Drache's request for funding for his public domain project at the Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies.

Argentina : Canadian studies

Item is a letter sent to Drache by Jorge Vibes, president of the Asociacion Argentina de Estudios Canadienses, inviting him to attend a seminar in Buenos Aires, entitled "Canada, from the national policy to globalization".

Artistic strike information kit

Item is an information package produced by the Canadian Textile and Chemical Union in support of workers at Artistic Woodwork Co., who were involved in a labour dispute with their employer in 1973. Included in the package are copies of newspaper articles about the dispute.

Association of American Geographers

File consists of conference materials and correspondence pertaining to Drache's participation at the Association of American Geographers' annual conference in a session entitled "Industrial geography specialty group: firms, regions and labor: industrial restructuring under North American free trade", held in Toronto in April 1990.

Birthday note

Item is a typescript Virginia Woolf quote sent to Drache on his birthday by an unidentified sender.

Blum : MCRI

Item is a research proposal submitted to the Major Collaborative Research Initiatives program of by York University sociology professor Alan Blum on globalization and the culture of the city.

Bob Cox : SCM book launch

File consists of a memorandum sent to Drache by Robert W. Cox, two papers by Cox, and Drache's notes written on napkins pertaining to a discussion of Cox's book, "Production, power and world order", held at the SCM bookstore.

Bordessa letter

Item is a letter sent to Drache by Ron Bordessa, dean of Atkinson College, pertaining to Drache's request for a salary adjustment.

Brian Shoesmith

File consists of copies of typed transcripts of letters written by family members to Harold Innis between 1918 and 1931, sent to Drache by Brian Shoesmith. Included in the file is a report of proceedings from the Sixth Congress of the Universities of the British Commonwealth, 1948.

Business view : free trade

File consists of correspondence, memoranda, corporate summaries, speeches and Drache's notes pertaining to his research on the views of Canadian businesses about Canada-US free trade. Correspondence in this file includes replies from companies contacted by Drache, including Dome Petroleum, Ford Motor Company of Canada, Alcan Aluminum Ltd., the Bank of Montreal, MacMillan Bloedel Ltd., Massey-Ferguson Ltd., and Inco.

California State conference

File consists of correspondence, a notice and brochures pertaining to Drache's participation on a panel at "A multidisciplinary conference: health care, language, environment: policies and issues in Canada and the United States" held at California State University on 17-20 January 1991.

Can. in the '80s

File consists of a paper by Dr. W. Donald Wood entitled "An overview of the Canadian industrial relations scene" and a C.D. How Institute commentary entitled "Flexibility as the best protection".

Canadian Political Economy conference : programme, correspondence and notes

File consists of a letter sent to Drache by conference organizer Mel Watkins, a conference programme, and Drache's handwritten and typescript notes on "The new political economy" for a conference panel on the state of Canadian political economy, held on 1 April 1989 at Innis College, University of Toronto, presented by the Harold Innis Foundation.

Chang, Yunkun

File consists of correspondence, a CV and an extension application pertaining to Professor Yunkun Chang's placement at York University as part of the Canada-China Scholarly Exchange Program in 1992.

Chicago : Innis

File consists of a report created by Drache's research assistant, Matthew Evenden, that summarizes in detail the contents of correspondence files from the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s pertaining to Harold Innis, part of the University of Chicago's Department of Special Collections. Photocopies of the letters are included in the file, accompanied by Evenden's typescript transcriptions for the handwritten letters.

Cole Harris : CV, application form

File consists of records pertaining to Drache's support of Cole Harris's nomination for an honorary degree from York University. Included in the file is correspondence, a completed nomination form, a CV, and speaking notes introducing Harris at the June 1993 degree ceremony.

Conference on the Future of the Canadian Federation : papers

File consists of the following papers presented at this conference, held at the University of Toronto on 14-15 October 1977: "Communities and identity in Canada" by Marcel Rioux, "Quebec society and political power" by Yves Martin, and "Who are we? Who are they? Perceptions in English Canada" by John Meisel.

Copies of Harold Innis correspondence

  • 2015-042/016(3)
  • File
  • Photocopied [ca. 1994-1995], originally created 1920-1953
  • Part of Daniel Drache fonds

File consists of photocopies of Innis' incoming and outgoing correspondence held at the University of Toronto Archives. Included are some typescript transcriptions of handwritten letters.

Correspondence

File consists of personal and professional incoming correspondence, as well as some draft outgoing correspondence, including letters and memoranda pertaining to Drache's appointment as associate professor. Correspondents include H. Ian Macdonald, Pat Cavanagh, James Lorimer, Kevin Clements, Karen Mulhallen, Liora Salter, and Pauline Vaillancourt. Included is a press release from the Committee for a New Constitution, of which Drache was a steering committee member, criticizing Pierre Trudeau's constitutional proposals, as well as a symposium programme for "Harold Adams Innis: Legacy, Context, Direction".

Correspondence

File consists mainly of incoming correspondence and memoranda pertaining to Drache's work as a professor at York University's Atkinson College and also to his academic writing and publishing.

Correspondence

File consists of incoming correspondence and memoranda, and some copies of Drache's outgoing correspondence, pertaining to his academic work, administrative issues at York University, and planning for the Innis Centenary Celebration project.

Correspondence

File consists of miscellaneous professional correspondence received by Drache in his capacity as director of the Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies.

Correspondence

File consists of copies of Drache's outgoing correspondence while in Rome. These letters mostly pertain to his academic projects. Included in the file is an outline for a book entitled "Restructuring and resistance in Atlantic Canada" edited by Bryant Fairley, Colin Leys and James Sacouman.

Correspondence

Series consists of Drache’s incoming and outgoing correspondence, mostly pertaining to his academic writing and his work as an instructor at York University and director of the Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies. Some personal correspondence is also part of this series.

Correspondence

File consists of mostly personal and some professional correspondence sent to Drache during his research leave from York, which he spent at LEST, the Laboratoire d' Economie et de Sociologie du Travail, in Aix-en-Provence between 1982 and 1983.

Correspondence

File consists of copies of Drache's outgoing correspondence and handwritten draft letters, as well as notes, reader reports and incoming correspondence and memoranda. These records pertain to his academic writing and his position as a professor at York University.

Correspondence

File consists of Drache's incoming correspondence, memoranda and conference programmes pertaining to his work as a professor at York University in the Department of Political Science and university administration issues.

Correspondence

File consists of Drache's incoming correspondence, memoranda and conference programmes pertaining to his work as a professor at York University in the Department of Political Science and university administration issues.

Correspondence

File consists of Drache's incoming correspondence and memoranda pertaining in large part to his role as the director of York University's Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies.

Correspondence

File consists of mostly incoming correspondence pertaining to Drache's work as director of the Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies. Included in the file is a photograph of Harold Innis in a boat, from the National Archives of Canada.

Correspondence

File consists of Drache's mostly professional incoming correspondence with fellow academics pertaining in large part to his academic work and writing.

Correspondence

File consists of personal and professional incoming correspondence and notes. Correspondents include Subithra Moodley, Judy Cavanagh, Pauline Vaillancourt, Bob Gidlow, and Lynn Mark. Included in the file is a photograph of Drache with an unidentified woman.

Correspondence

File consists of mostly incoming personal correspondence and some professional correspondence received by Drache while on sabbatical in France, studying at Laboratoire D'Economie et Sociologie du Travail (LEST) in Aix-en-Provence. Correspondents include Margaret McGraw, Mel Watkins, Wallace Clement, David Davies, Kevin P. Clements, and Norman Drache.

Correspondence

File consists of mostly incoming correspondence pertaining to Drache's personal life and professional work while living in Rome in 1987. Some invoices and business cards are also part of the file.

Correspondence

File consists of personal and professional correspondence sent to Drache during his research leave from York, which he spent at LEST, the Laboratoire d' Economie et de Sociologie du Travail, in Aix-en-Provence between 1982 and 1983.

Correspondence

File consists mostly of incoming correspondence pertaining to Drache's academic writing, participation in conferences and his work as director of the Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies, and the publication of a book of essays about the Innis Centenary. Some copies of his outgoing correspondence are also included in the file.

Correspondence 1978

File consists of Drache's personal and professional incoming correspondence as well as drafts of some outgoing correspondence to his family. Correspondents include Bob Gidlow, Subithra Moodley, Arthur Kroker, Kevin P. Clements, Hayden Trenholm, Judy Cavanagh, James Lorimer, and Karen Mulhallen.

Correspondence 1979

File consists of Drache's incoming correspondence, mostly pertaining to his academic work and preparations for his upcoming sabbatical. Included are letters from Judy Cavanagh and the SFU 18 Defence Committee concerning arrests at the AUCE local 2 picket line at Simon Fraser University in March 1979.

Correspondence : Kroker

File consists of Drache's incoming correspondence, copies of his outgoing correspondence and draft papers pertaining to his role as an editor, with Arthur Kroker, of a special 1983 issue of the Canadian Journal of Political and Social Theory, entitled "Beyond dependency theory".

Correspondence : Bercusson/Boyer

File consists of incoming and outgoing correspondence pertaining to planning for Drache's academic activities while on leave in Rome between January and June 1987. Correspondents include Cornelis J. Lammers, Robert Boyer, Brian Bercusson, and Pascal Petit. Some items are written in French.

Correspondence : France '80

File consists of Drache's incoming personal correspondence received while on sabbatical in France, studying at Laboratoire D'Economie et Sociologie du Travail (LEST) in Aix-en-Provence. Correspondents include David Davies, Mel Watkins, Clayton Ruby, Natalie Drache and Margaret McGraw. Some correspondence is written in French.

Correspondence and draft articles

File pertains to Drache's academic research, teaching and writing while teaching at York University. Included are letters concerning the completion of his MA thesis at Queen's University.

Correspondence from Marilyn Lambert

File consists of letters written to Drache by Marilyn Lambert between 1983 and 1985. Included in the file are photographs of Drache, Lambert and others on vacation in France.

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