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J.W. (Hans) Mohr fonds
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A whole, a fragment / by Kurt H. Wolff

File consists of correspondence between Hans Mohr and Lexington Books regarding editing Kurt Wolff's books "What it contains" and "A whole, a fragment." File also includes an unedited proof for Wolff's book, "A whole, a fragment."

Academic files of Hans Mohr

Series consists of article, reports, lectures, and presentations written by Mohr throughout his career on topics such as psychiatry, mental health, homosexuality, family equality, children's rights, sentencing, criminology, criminal law, legal reform, legal education, and sociology, as well as copies of his book reviews. Many of his articles are original annotated drafts, final editions or in offprint format. Series includes seminar papers on his course about structuralism, his course "Sociology 92-456 : The sociology of law," "Law 324 : Children and the law," his seminar on "Theory and empiricism in law," and his graduate seminar "Legal research, policy and reform." Series also includes evaluations written in 1981 by students in courses "Social foundations of law" and "Law and psychiatry." In addition, series includes drafts of conference papers and articles written by friends and colleagues such as Peter Fitzpatrick, Harry W. Arthurs, Roderick A. Macdonald, Kurt Wolff, and Marie Andree Bertrand. Some of these drafts have annotations made by Mohr. Series also includes: offprints inscribed to Mohr by friends and colleagues such as Alan Hunt, Douglas Hay and Charles David Axelrod; newspaper articles about Mohr and his work with law, psychiatry, sentencing, criminal law, and law reforms; and a collection of research articles on similar topics.

Alan Hunt

File consists of articles written by Hunt: "The theory of critical legal studies"; "The critique of law : what is critical about critical legal theory?"; "Dworkin's dutiful daughters : gender discrimination in law's empire"; "Law and the constitution of soviet society : the case of comrade Lenin"; and "What is wrong with rights?"

Alan Hunt

File consists of articles written by Hunt: "Law as a mode of regulation : a theory of law for new times"; "Marxism, law, legal theory and jurisprudence"; "Rights and social movements : counter - hegemonic strategies"; and "Why did Foucault get law so wrong? Reflections on law, power and sovereignty." Some articles are annotated by Hans Mohr.

Alan Hunt

File consists of articles written by Hunt: "The great masturbation panic and the discourses of moral regulation" and "Compulsion to virtue : societies for reformation of manners and the legal prosecution of vice."

Allan C. Hutchinson

File consists of articles written by Hutchinson: "Beyond Babel : the politics of statutory interpretation"; "In training"; "From cultural construction to historical deconstruction"; "Law, politics, and the critical legal scholars : the unfolding drama of American legal thought"; "Alien thoughts : a comment on constitutional scholarship"; "The rise and ruse of administrative law and scholarship"; "Beyond no-fault"; and "Parts of an essay on power and interpretation -- with suggestions on how to make bouillabaisse." File also includes copies of letters sent by Hans Mohr to Hutchinson regarding these articles.

Allan C. Hutchinson

File consists of articles written by Hutchinson: "Tribal noises"; "Indiana Dworkin and law's empire"; "From speech to democratic dialogue : an opening gambit"; "Democracy and determinacy : an essay on legal interpretation"; "That's just the way it is : Langille on law"; "A poetic champion composes : Unger (not) on ecology and women"; and a book review entitled "The three R's : reading, rorty, radically."

Articles

File consists of newspaper and journal articles about Hans Mohr and his work in law, the social sciences and psychiatry.

Barry D. Stuart part 1

File consists of the introduction and parts 1 to 5 of Stuart's thesis, "Guiding principles : designing and introducing peacemaking circles."

Barry D. Stuart part 2

File consists of parts 6 to 9, conclusion and appendix of Stuart's thesis, "Guiding principles : designing and introducing peacemaking circles."

Bob Glossop

File consists of a letter from Bob Glossop regarding Mohr's unpublished manuscript 'One-an-other,' as well as two poems written by Glossop.

Book of friends

File includes a book of signatures and notes from friends and family attending Ingeborg Mohr’s funeral and then Hans Mohr’s funeral.

Brian Slattery

File consists of articles written by Slattery: "Rights, communities and tradition"; "Are constitutional cases political?"; and "The meaning of a constitution."

Charles David Axelrod part 2

File consists of articles written by Axelrod: "Chapter two : tentatively entitled the bones of Joseph"; "Chapter three : you are my witnesses"; "Chapter three : and the God tested Abraham"; and three other articles with no titles regarding religion.

Condolences

File consists of letters, e-mail printouts, and greeting cards sent to Mohr’s daughters expressing condolences for Mohr’s death from friends, family and colleagues. File also includes a few letters to Hans before his death.

Condolences

File consists of letters, e-mail printouts, and greeting cards sent to Mohr’s daughters expressing condolences from friends, family and colleagues.

Correspondence

File consists of handwritten and typed correspondence, as well as postcards and greeting cards. Some letters are from the Max Planck Institute and Hans F. Zacher. File includes: a paper from Andrew J. Foley entitled "Two interrelated lectures on contemporary religious experience"; typed letters written by Mohr; letters from Paul Roazen, Howard Wilson, Robert Siemens, Martin L. Friedland, Allan Blakeney, and from colleagues and friends from Dalhousie Law School, The University of Winnipeg, York University, University of Lancaster, Tel-Aviv University, University of Toronto.

Correspondence

File consists of handwritten and typed correspondence, greeting cards and postcards. File includes: correspondence and excerpts from a manuscript "Dangerous sexual offender legislation in Canada, 1948-1977 : an experiment that failed" by Cyril Greenland from the Canadian Journal of Criminology; correspondence with Real Jubenville regarding dangerous sexual offenders legislation; and a short article by Cyril Greenland entitled "Reflections on the Popen inquiry report."

Correspondence

File consists of handwritten and typed correspondence from friends and colleagues including Donald MacDougall, Elaine Borins, Richard Ball, Paul Roazen, Stephen Riley, F.K. Stanzel, and Anthon Storr, as well as copies of letters written by Mohr.

Correspondence

File consists of correspondence regarding the publishing of Mohr’s manuscript “Post-cartesian transformations: The phenomenology of the broken spirit,” letters discussing Mohr’s involvement in proofreading colleagues’ papers, letters to Harry Arthurs (including a discussion regarding the Quebec separatist movement), an annotated copy of part one of Mohr’s manuscript, “Politics of aesthetics / aesthetics of politics,” a copy of Mohr’s text “Post-cartesian transformations : the cloud of knowing” from the Journal of Political and Social Theory, and a copy of Mohr’s published article “The phenomenology of the broken spirit,” 1981. File also includes a copy of Aubrey Neal’s text “From magrite, the invisible visible,” 1981.

Correspondence

File consists of correspondence, postcards and telegrams from friends and family. File also includes Hans Mohr's termination document from the International Refugee Organization Rehabilitation Centre in Ried, Austria; a salary voucher from the War Relief Services of the National Catholic Welfare Conference; and some letters written by Hans Mohr about his work and life experiences while he was in Canada.

Correspondence

File consists of correspondence. Some letters are written by Hans Mohr in German about his work and life experiences while he was in Canada.

Correspondence

File consists of correspondence. Some letters are written by Hans Mohr in German about his work and life experiences while he was in Canada.

Correspondence

File consists of correspondence. Some letters are written by Hans Mohr in German and English about his work and life experiences while he was in Canada.

Correspondence

File consists of correspondence from friends and colleagues including Alan Hunt, D.E.L. Macdonald, Darryl S. Innes, James F. Felstiner, Cyril Greenland, Doug Chalke, and Jean Ouellette, as well as copies of letters written by Mohr.

Correspondence

File consists of correspondence and greeting cards from friends and colleagues including R. Edward Turner, Pax Wilson, Alan D. Reid, Cyril Greenland, Paul Roazen, A. Kim Campbell, Andrew Young, and J.C. MacPherson, as well as copies of letters written by Mohr.

Correspondence

File consists of correspondence and greeting cards from friends and colleagues including Allan C. Hutchinson, Marilyn L. Pilkington, Brian L. Morris, and Gail Valaskakis, as well as copies of letters written by Mohr. File also includes an article by Robert Glossop entitled "From 'happy days' to 'Murphy Brown' or why I don't really feel post-modern even though nostalgia ain't what it used to be" and copies of newspaper articles sent by colleagues.

Correspondence

File consists of correspondence from friends and colleagues including Antonio Lamer, Murray Wilson, Ian A. Stuart, Peter W. Hogg, Bob Martens, and M. Louise Marchand, as well as copies of letters written by Mohr. Some letters are written in German. File also includes: an article by Michael Shelden entitled "The road to publication," and an article entitled "Neoliberalism und pornographic: the enemy in my bed."

Correspondence

File consists of correspondence from friends and colleagues including Michael Gormann-Thelen, M. Tippett, Alfred Wirth, and Daniel S. Perlitz, as well as copies of letters written by Mohr. File also includes a newspaper obituary for Robert (Bob) Miller; David Andrew's article entitled "Climates for landscapes" and a copy of an article by Theodore Shapiro entitled "Naming the unnamable."

Correspondence

File consists of correspondence between friends and colleagues regarding the publication and reception of Mohr’s manuscripts, such as “Post-cartesian transformations : the cloud of knowing.” File also includes a copy of an abstract for Mohr’s article, “The phenomenology of the broken spirit,” from the Canadian Journal of Political and Social Theory.

Correspondence

File consists of correspondence, with some letters by Hans Mohr about his work and life experiences while in Canada.

Correspondence

File consists of handwritten and typed correspondence grouped by Mohr from the 1970s including a memo from Osgoode Staff Social Club 1977 regarding an update on the state of membership and monetary details.

Correspondence

File consists a conference book with articles on themes such as feminism, labour law, legal theory, social thought, equality, academic, liberal jurisprudence and rights and politics by authors such as Alan Freeman, Gary Peller, Lucinda M. Finley, Mari J. Matsuda, Catherine A. Mackinnon and Elizabeth M. Schneider.

Correspondence

File consists of correspondence and greeting cards from friends and colleagues including Noel Lyon, Marilouise Kroker from CTheory, Bruce Ryder, Ron Bouchard, and Fergus J. O'Connor, as well as copies of letters written by Mohr. File also includes newspaper articles about Elie Wiesel and book reviews from the Globe and Mail, and an article written in German sent by a colleague.

Correspondence

File consists of letters from friends and colleagues regarding the publishing of Mohr’s manuscripts, primarily “The absence of presence / the presence of absence : an inquiry into the question of nothingness,” a copy of Nicholas Tavuchis’s essay “Mea culpa : an essay on apology and reconciliation” and letters between Mohr and Tavuchi.

Correspondence

File consists of letters to Hans Mohr and his wife Ingeborg Mohr, as well as letters, greeting cards, and postcards expressing condolences to Hans after the death of Ingeborg. File also includes copies of Hans’ poems from his collection Memento mori.

Correspondence

File consists of letters, greeting cards and postcards expressing condolences to Hans after the death of his wife, Ingeborg.

Correspondence

File consists of handwritten and typed correspondence from friends and colleagues including Robert Siemens, Harry W. Arthurs, Hans F. Zacher, and Paul Roazen, as well as copies of letters written by Mohr.

Correspondence

File consists of correspondence, greeting cards and postcards from friends and colleagues including Paul Roazen, Randall M. Rothbart, T. David Marshall, Opher Levenberg, Murray Rankin, Archie M. Zariski, and Maureen A. Maloney, as well as copies of letters written by Mohr. File also includes a poem entitled "The junction" by Henning von Baue andr a copy of a newspaper article entitled "Kosinski returned the gift of life on his own terms."

Correspondence

File consists of correspondence between Hans Mohr and some of his friends and relatives, such as Marie Andree Bertrand and Shelby Ferris Fitzpatrick. File also contains photographs, greeting cards, and postcards.

Correspondence

File consists of correspondence from friends and family. Many letters are addressed to Ingeborg Mohr discussing personal and professional events.

Correspondence of Hans Mohr

Series consists of personal and professional letters and cards received by J.W. (Hans) Mohr from friends and colleagues including Harry W. Arthurs, Roderick A. Macdonald, Robert (Bob) Siemens, Michel Silberfeld, Bob Glossop, Istvan Anhalt, Peter Bieselt, Richard Cullen, and Cyril Greenland discussing philosophy, law reform, law and education, the effects of law on society from the 1960s to the late 1990s, upcoming publications, criminology, sociology, publishing, current events, political theory, legal theory, psychiatry, psychology, conferences, seminars, university policies and academic standards, history, religion, perspectives on educating university students, and events in their personal lives. File also consists of correspondence regarding publication of Hans Mohr’s manuscripts, the death of Ingeborg Mohr, Hans Mohr’s illness, condolences to the Mohr family on Hans’s death, and personal notes and revisions of articles

Crime and criminal law

File consists of the report, "Offender management and offender programs : briefing material prepared for the Standing Committee on Justice and Solicitor General" prepared by the Offender Policy and Program Development Sector, Correctional Services Canada.

Critical legal studies national conference

File consists a conference book with articles on themes such as feminism, labour law, legal theory, social thought, equality, academic, liberal jurisprudence and rights and politics by authors such as Alan Freeman, Gary Peller, Lucinda M. Finley, Mari J. Matsuda, Catherine A. Mackinnon and Elizabeth M. Schneider.

Cyril Greenland

File consists of correspondence between Mohr and Cyril Greenland regarding teaching critical thinking to students, personal matters, politics, universities, films, books, and archives. File also includes: a printed online article entitled "Ashcroft's coverup scandalizes U.S. capital" by Suzanne Fields, an article by Greenland entitled "At the Crichton Royal with William Mayer-Gross," an article entitled "Psychiatry, postmodernism and postnormal science" by Richard Laugharne, a draft of Greenland's paper "Madness and poetry : the case of Porphyria's lover," and a newsletter from the Archives on the History of Canadian Psychiatry and Mental Health Services.

Cyril Greenland part 1

File consists of articles written by Greenland: "Social class and schizophrenia"; "Measuring remotivation"; "L'affaire shortis and the Valleyfield murders"; "The treatment of the mentally retarded in Ontario"; "Family care of mental patients"; "Richard Maurice Burke, M.D., 1837-1902 : a pioneer of scientific psychiatry"; "Services for the mentally retarded in Ontario, 1870-1930"; "Unmarried mothers in Canada : who are they? What needs to be done?"; "The life and death of Louis Riel"; "Richard Maurice Bucke, M.D. : the evolution of a mystic"; "Ernest Jones in Toronto, 1908-1913"; and "C.K. Clarke : a founder of Canadian psychiatry." File also includes articles about delinquency, psychology, the Clarke Institute of Psychiatry, and the role of the family, as well as correspondence and a pamphlet for the Richard Maurice Bucke exhibition from 1963.

Cyril Greenland part 2

File consists of draft articles written by Cyril Greenland about psychology, psychiatry, and schizophrenia, as well as notarized documents accrediting a professor as a medical professional.

Domestic partnerships conference

File consists a conference book with articles on themes such as western legal culture, registered partnerships, religion, private international law and marital rights and obligations by authors such as Thomas Anderson, Christine Davies and Martha Bailey.

Douglas Hay

File consists of Hay's article, "The criminal prosecution in England and its historians."

Duncan Kennedy

File consists of articles written by Kennedy about law in economic thought, phenomenology and the rule of law, and legal theory. Many articles are inscribed to Hans Mohr with messages.

F.C. DeCoste

File consists of articles written by DeCoste: "Compulsory arbitration of interest disputes : rational model or social necessity"; "Radical discourse in legal theory : Hart and Dworkin"; "Retrieving positivism : law as bibliolatry"; "Feminist legal literature"; a book review of William Conklin's "Images of a constitution"; and a book review of Richard Devlin's text "Canadian perspectives on legal theory."

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