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Inez Elliston fonds

  • F0622
  • Fonds
  • 1969-2014

Fonds consists of research materials; committee records; community advocacy documentation and government policy correspondence; curriculum materials; surveys; reports; and other textual material related to the professional, volunteer, and community activities of Dr. Inez Elliston. Material relates to her professional interest in educational curriculum development, particularly in relation to multicultural policies developed at the federal and provincial levels, and how such policies were implemented in local school boards.

Elliston, Inez

Accession 2014-011

Accession consists of materials donated by Inez Elliston in 2014. It includes research materials, education and teachers modules, publications and other documentation relating to Elliston’s work with the Scarborough Board of Education, and the Delta Kappa Gamma Society project, Woman as Volunteers.

Accession 2015-002

Accessions consists of material donated by Inez Elliston in 2015 It includes research material, newsletters,

Accession 2016-017

Accession consists of drafts of articles, chapters, and other writing by Elliston including the Women as Volunteers project; material from the Jamaican Canadian Association (JCA) and the JCA Women’s Committee, as well as VHS tapes of community conferences and anti-racist training and education.

Accession 2012-037

Accession includes material related to Elliston's involvement in local, municipal, provincial, national and international organizations and committees involved in social issues related to women's rights, (particularly immigrant women, ethnic and cultural minorities, women of colour and Indigenous women, issues of gender in urban communities, domestic violence, safety and accessibility), immigrant school children (particularly in the area of assessment, anti-racist, cultural interrelation, vocational training, and children's rights), adult learners (particularly in the areas of vocational training, anti-racist programming and policies for adult immigrant learners) and citizenship (in particular areas of multiculturalism, inter-cultural dialogue, tolerance, anti-hate group community efforts, political organization and celebration of diversity).

Listen to the Land documentary

Series consists of film elements, b-roll, and full unedited interviews related to the documentary film production "Listen to the Land: The Naskapi Nation Invests in Mining." Arrangement based on the chronological sequence of the film's shooting schedule which took place between 2016 and 2017. Interviews with members of Naskapi Nation of Kawawachikamach (NNK) are separated out. For this film shoot, the film crew included Director of Photography, Shane Belcourt, sound engineer Tony Wallace, and two graduate research assistants, Alesha Moffatt and Melissa Blimkie. Once the production was complete and the documentary produced, Celia Haig-Brown worked with editors Jordan O’Connor and John Hryszkiewicz to prepare the raw footage of interviews and and b-roll material to be archived. Additional descriptions, subject tagging, translations and contextual information provided by Loretta Robinson and Leona Pien of NNK and Heather Bergen and Ryan Koelwyn, two graduate research assistants.

Listen to the Land Interviews : 25 : Simon Einish

File consists of an audio recording of an interview with Simon Einish talking in English. Topics discussed include: his growing up and the importance of spending time on the Land; the importance of sweats and his art; passing on Naskapi history and culture to the next generation.

Simon Einish.mp3

Item consists of a audio interview recorded between Celia Haig-Brown and Simon Einish on June 9, 2015. Topics discussed include his growing up and the importance of spending time on the Land, the importance of sweats and his art, passing on Naskapi history and culture to the next generation.

transcription-simon 2023

Item consists of a 2023 transcription of an interview with Simon Einish talking in English in May 9, 2015. Topics discussed include: his growing up and the importance of spending time on the Land; the importance of sweats and his art; passing on Naskapi history and culture to the next generation.

The Trip family, an outline of five centuries

File consists of a letter from Dr. Hector Livius van Vierssen Trip to Judith Cowan, 20 Nov. 1989, describing impressions of his trip to the Netherlands in 1988, and the fifth edition of Trip's account of his family's history that incorporates information he found on his visit the previous year.

van Vierssen Trip, Hector L. : essays

File consists of essays by Dr. H.L. van Vierssen Trip on the life of Franciscus Junius and the linguistic ties between the English and the Dutch, on the Siboga expedition of 1899 and marine biology of the Malay peninsula, and on the use of Latin to name botanical discoveries in biology.

Email 2023 II

File consists of printed messages and images sent from and to Judith Cowan.

Email 2023 I

File consists of printed messages and images sent from and to Judith Cowan.

Email 2022 III

File consists of printed messages and images sent to or from Judith Cowan.

Email 2022 III

File consists of printed messages and images sent to or from Judith Cowan.

Email 2022 II

File consists of printed messages and images sent to or from Judith Cowan.

Email 2022 I

File consists of printed messages and images sent to or from Judith Cowan.

Judith Cowan fonds

  • F0249
  • Fonds
  • 1960-2023

Fonds consists of: personal and professional correspondence, including letters and email exchanged with family and individuals involved in Canada's literary community such as Steven Heighton and David Helwig; essays written while Cowan was a student; correspondence, notes and drafts of her work as a translator; research notes and drafts of her short stories and novels; professorial records including tenure and promotion files, course evaluations, and other material that documents her career as a professor at l'Université de Québec at Trois-Rivières; correspondence and manuscripts relating to her involvement with the literary community in Québec; and examples of Cowan's work with digital photography. Accession 2007-052 includes photographs of Judith Cowan receiving the Governor General's Literary Award in 2004.

Cowan, Judith Elaine

Accrual to the Judith Cowan fonds

Accession consists of: printed correspondence sent Canada Post and email, including many colour digital images taken by Judith Cowan and others, 2022-2023; Cowan's unfinished novel, "A Better Class of Illusion," with handwritten annotation, 25 October 2019; a brochure for the 39e Festival International de la Poesie; and letters to Cowan by her friend Dr. Hector L. van Vierssen Trip, accompanied by his essays on Alpertus on church and state, Germanic linguistic studies, Latin in biology, his trip to the Netherlands in 1988, and a history of the Trip family, 1978-1990.

Stock family fonds

  • F0792
  • Fonds
  • 1855-1936

Fonds consists of: a ticket to the gallery of the United Kingdom's House of Commons issued by John Bright, 15 Feb. 1855; a cyanotype print of an unidentified mine in England; 48 letters written to publisher Elliot Stock by various correspondents including Sabine Baring-Gould, Walter Besant, Ford Madox Brown, William Francis Cowper-Temple, Austin Dobson, James Anthony Froude, William Ewart Gladstone, Edmund Gosse, Andrew Lang, John Morley, William Morris, John Henry Newman, Arthur Penrhyn Stanley, and Theodore Watts-Dunton; and a letter from journalist Henry W. Nevinson to Ronwen Stock, 26 Aug. 1936, regarding his book, Running Accompaniment: Autobiographic Reminiscences (1936) and her appointment in Toronto.

Bright, John

File consists of a ticket to the gallery of the House of Commons issued by John Bright and a cyanotype print of an English mine with the inscription on verso, "Do you remember the day you threw my pin down the shaft? Are you sorry?"

Priscila Uppal fonds

  • F0237
  • Fonds
  • 1891-2018

The fonds consists of drafts of published and unpublished poems, plays, stories, and novels, including those written for creative writing courses taken at York, drafts of poems written for her published poetry collections 'How to Draw Blood from a Stone,' 'Confessions of a Fertility Expert,' 'Pretending to Die,' 'Live Coverage,' 'Successful Tragedies: Poems 1998-2010' and 'Traumatology'. Also included is correspondence, research files, notes, and drafts related to Uppal's two novels 'The Divine Economy of Salvation' and 'To Whom it May Concern.' The fonds also includes the edited drafts of submissions and correspondence related to 'Uncommon Ground: A Celebration of Matt Cohen'. Files in the fonds also pertain to Uppal's work preparing anthologies as editor for 'The Exile Book of Poetry in Translation: Twenty Canadian Poets Take on the World' and 'The Exile Book of Canadian Sports Stories.' Records in this fonds also include personal and professional correspondence, drafts of plays, files regarding literary activities, including grant applications, personal appearances at conferences and events to promote publications, editorial work, writing workshops, and literary ephemera such as posters, programmes, flyers, catalogues and T-shirts. The fonds also includes teaching evaluations filled out by Uppal's students at York University, as well as literary works, stories, examinations, and final project submissions by graduate students whose work was supervised by Priscila Uppal.

Uppal, Priscila

Theatre and politics : Tony Kushner

File consists of playbills, an issue of “Platform papers,” published by the Royal National Theatre, London, and issues of “NYTW news” (newsletter of the New York Theatre Workshop) and The Harvard Gay & Lesbian Review (spring 1997). Also included are newspaper clippings and other research material.

Theatre and politics : Churchill

File consists of handwritten lecture notes, research material and newspaper clippings pertaining to the work of playwright Caryl Lesley Churchill.

Stoppard : Rockaby : bibliography

File consists of research material, playbill, and a typescript copy of Hersh Zeifman’s article “’The core of the eddy’: rockaby and dramatic genre.

Stoppard : The real thing

File consists of publisher proof pages for Hersh Zeifman’s article “Comedy of ambush: Tom Stoppard’s ‘The Real Thing.’” The article was first published in “Tom Stoppard [Modern Critical Views]” edited by Harold Bloom for Chelsea House, New York, 1986.

Stoppard : radio plays

File consists of handwritten notes, partial transcripts and quotes from radio interviews with Tom Stoppard.

Stoppard : miscellaneous

File consists of newspaper clippings and notes pertaining to “Lord Malquist and Mr. Moon” and Stoppard and politics.

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