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Barbara Godard fonds

  • F0236
  • Fonds
  • 1963-2009

The fonds consists of material that documents Godard's professorial career and includes thesis advisory files, general correspondence, letters of recommendation, lecture notes, conference material, minutes and reports related to various departments and committees that she was involved with and additional material related to her work with the Canadian Federation of Humanities and to her work as editor of the "Bibliography of feminist criticism," "Gynocritics" among other publications. It also includes notes and drafts of her own writing including her undergraduate and graduate research, articles, book reviews, conference papers, drafts of her translations and a collection of chap books and broadsheets accumulated over the course of her career.

Godard, Barbara

Barbara Godard collection

  • F0656
  • Collection
  • ca. 2008

Collection consists of conference material, documentary film footage, and textual material related to the scholarship, legacy and cultural impact of Barbara Godard, donated to the archives by former students, colleagues, family members and friends.

Karpinski, Eva C.

George Papadatos fonds

  • F0661
  • Fonds
  • 1957-2015, predominant 1967-1983

Fonds consists of materials created and accumulated by George Papadatos in the course of his activities as a member of the Toronto Greek Canadian political, arts and cultural community while living in exile in Canada during the Greek military junta of 1967-1974. It includes records relating to his work as a journalist and newspaper editor (as editor of Metanastis and contributor to Ta Nea, amongst other publications); political activist; music promoter, event organizer and co-owner of the Trojan Horse coffee house; East York community service worker; and as tutor of Modern Greek Studies at the University of Toronto (Scarborough College).

The fonds largely consists of photographs, newspapers, promotional material, posters, sound and video recordings. Many of these items were collected by Papadatos to document the coffee house scene on the Danforth, the Greek musical acts who toured Canada and the United States in the 1970s and 1980s, as well as student organizing and protests related to local opposition to the military dictatorship in Greece. The records reflect the impact that the cultural and political activities of the Greek community in Canada had on political affairs in Greece. The fonds also includes handwritten and typed correspondence and other printed material created or received by George Papadatos, as well as photographic material from Papadatos' later life in Greece, where he operated an antiquarian bookstore. Records in the fonds have been arranged into five series based on record genre. See series level descriptions for details.

Papadatos, Giorgos

Album of photographic slides

Consists of collection of photographic slides documenting George Papadatos' activities as a journalist, scholar, student activist, political organizer, music promoter and performer in Toronto during the 1970s and 1980s.

Ta Nea = A Greek-Canadian Bi-monthly Review (Toronto). (2 of 2)

File consists of issues of Ta Nea, a newspaper to which Papadatos contributed. Ta Nea was published by Dimitrius Aivalis, owner of Deca printing house. Deca printed many of the materials (publications and promotional materials such as flyers and posters) relating to the Greek-Canadian community, thus providing considerable support to the community and the anti-dictatorship movement in Toronto.. Issues 41-42, 44-48, 50-53, 55-57, 60-61, 66

Various Toronto newspapers (English)

File consists of newspapers containing articles about cultural and political events relating to the Greek Canadian community in Canada. File includes student newspapers from York University, Scarborough College and the University of Toronto; community newspapers from Toronto East; and entertainment listings from the Globe and Mail and Toronto Star, including an article about the Trojan Horse.

Ta Nea = A Greek-Canadian Bi-monthly Review (Toronto). (1 of 2)

File consists of issues of Ta Nea, a newspaper to which Papadatos contributed. Ta Nea was published by Dimitrius Aivalis, owner of Deca printing house. Deca printed many of the materials (publications and promotional materials such as flyers and posters) relating to the Greek-Canadian community, thus providing considerable support to the community and the anti-dictatorship movement in Toronto. Contains issues 1, 3-4, 6-10,12-14, 22-23, 29; plus Ta Nea ΕΜΠΗΠΟ ΚΑΝΑDΙΚΑ No. 6 and two issues of TA NEA Ward 8 News (in English)

NEOI KAPOI = New Times (Toronto)

File consists of issues of Neoi Kapoi. See also the publishing group’s subsequent newspaper ΝΕΟΣ ΚΟΣΜΟΣ = New World, one of the first weekly anti-dictatorship newspapers published in Toronto – 2014-044/015(06)

Greek newspapers – U.S.

File consists of 1 issue of ΕΘΝΙΚΟΣ ΚΗΡΥΞ = The National Herald: Greek-American Daily and Sunday Newspaper (New York) and 1 issue of The Greek Star: The Voice of Chicago’s Hellenic Community

Der Spiegel

File consists of two copies of Der Spiegel with cover story entitled Griechenland: Anatomie einer Diktatur (September 30, 1968)

International Greek magazines

File consists of individual issues of Κrikos Greek Review: Australia and New Zealand Tribute, σζοχοι (newsletter of the Hellenic Culture Centre, New York, USA) and Εηικαιρα (weekly magazine of Greek and international news, Thessaloniki, Greece)

Toronto English language magazines

File consists of two issues of Toronto Calendar Magazine, which contain articles about The Trojan Horse (pp. 34-35) and the Greek restaurant scene, and an issue of Toronto Life magazine containing an article about the Companeros.

Political pamphlets and newsletters

File consists of pamphlets and newsletters produced by various political and cultural organizations, mostly within Canada, including the KKE (Communist Party of Greece), the Greek Democratic Association, Concordia University Greek Students Association, the Greek Cultural Association (Chicago), including a booklet of a speech by George Papadopoulos. File includes a satirical newsletter, το λάχανο/η λαχαγιs

ΕΠΙΛΟΓΕΣ (Montreal)

File consists of three issues of ΕΠΙΛΟΓΕΣ = Choices of Montreal, Vol. 1, No. 1 (December 1982), Vol. 1, No. 12 (October 1983) and Vol. 2, No. 1. (November 1983). Vol. 1, No. 1 contains a hand-written letter.

ελληνικός ήλιος = Greek Sun: Greek Canadian Review

File consists of two issues of ελληνικός ήλιος = Greek Sun: Greek Canadian Review (Toronto), Issue 6, November 1980 and Issue 14, July 1981. Greek Sun is a collection of newsclips copied and pasted from Athenian newspapers and reproduced in this publication alongside advertisements for Toronto businesses. The issues include references to Koula Kalogeropoulos (July 1981)and Koula Papadakis (November 1980)

Photograph of George Papadatos and Michalis Theoridis in “Erasmias Place”, Athens

Poster-sized photographic print of George Papadatos and friend Michalis Theoridis during a visit to Athens. The photograph was taken in the basement wine cellar and gathering place known as “Erasmias Place.” Theoridis was a prominent figure in anti-Junta activities in Toronto. He was a journalist, as well as a frequent performer of spoken word material in the Toronto Greek-Canadian community including venues such as the Danforth Music Hall.


Series consists of Greek language newspapers, magazines and journals accumulated by George Papadatos primarily during his time in Canada and relating to his work as a journalist and editor as well as to his interest in politics and his position as an active member of the Greek Canadian community cultural and political scene. The majority of the newspapers in the series were produced by and for the Greek Canadian community in Toronto and include a number of political and satirical publications as well as ones providing local news. Series includes issues of the newspaper Metanastis (The Immigrant), owned and produced by Papadatos, as well as Ta Nea, to which he contributed articles and served as editor for a time. A number of the newspapers in the collection were published by Deca printing house (owned by Dimitrius Aivalis) who played an important role in the Toronto Greek Canadian community as printer of many publications and ephemera relating to cultural and political, anti-dictatorship, events. Series also includes a variety of publications relating to the Greek diaspora across Canada and globally, including a few English-language publications that contain articles relating to Greek politics and culture, particularly items relating to the Trojan Horse coffee house. 

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