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“Woodsmen of the West” screenplays and related records

Sub-series consists of records relating to Norman Klenman’s development of a screenplay for a feature film titled “Woodsmen of the West,” inspired by M. Allerdale Grainger’s memoir of the British Columbia coast in 1908, and plans for its production. Records include several screenplay drafts, notes and ideas, research material, contracts, and production budget and casting proposals.

“Opening doors - in Vancouver's East End: Strathcona" records

Sub-series consists of records created or accumulated by Marlatt and co-editor Carole Itter while conducting research for and working on the project “Opening Doors - In Vancouver's East End: Strathcona," a work that documents the history and culture of Vancouver's Strathcona neighbourhood through oral history interviews with community members. Records include photographs, a collage, interview transcripts, and other research records.

housepress publications

Sub-series consists of the publications published by housepress from 1997 through 2004. Individual publications are listed in the attached pdf bibliography.

bpNicol seminar records

Sub-series consists of records relating to a graduate seminar about bpNichol's work "Martyrology" given at both the University of Calgary and at Simon Fraser University, with Wah teaching the University of Calgary section and Roy Miki teaching the one at Simon Fraser University. The course used the electronic mailing list (listserv) "beep-l" as the medium of communication for the two sections of the seminar. The course culminated in a colloquium entitled "Beyond the Orchard: A joint graduate colloquium on bpNichol’s The Martyrology." Writings from the course and colloquium were later published in a volume of the same name. Records include correspondence and course material.

Yearbooks

Sub-series consists of the first (and only ) two issues of the Simon Fraser University Yearbook created and published by the Student Society. The yearbooks are hardcover bound volumes containing photographs, text and essays relating to aspects of campus life. The editors' intention was to create an annual yearbook, and volumes were produced for the first two years of the university's existence. The yearbook was discontinued after the second year (1966-67). The sub-series contains two hardcover copies of each yearbook; in 2015 the yearbooks were digitized

Writings by students

Sub-series contains works written and/or produced by students of Derek Beaulieu, from institutions such as Alberta College of Art & Design, Henry Wise Wood Senior High School and the Writers Guild of Alberta. These publications reflect Beaulieu’s teaching and his approach to independent publishing.

Writings by others

Sub-series consists of correspondence and unpublished manuscripts from writers such as Helen Hajnoczky, Eric Zboya, Pete Spence, Jordan Scott and Mark Laliberte. Series also includes a publication edited by Christian Bök and produced in an edition of forty copies for Beaulieu’s fortieth birthday.

Writings

This sub-series consists of various writings created by the members of Sons of Freedom that illustrate their approach to life and their beliefs. This sub-series includes: songs texts, writings, letters, resolutions, speeches, messages, essays, addresses, protocol, and appeal. In many cases authorship and date of the documents are unknown. Known authors include: A. W. Efanov (Freedomite, “intellectual”, protester and probably an arsonist) and Florence Potapoff. The records are in Russian and/or English; some are handwritten and some printed.

Writings

This sub-series consists of the reports, writings, speeches, talks, addresses, mandate, manual, texts of songs created on behalf of the CCUB by its executive members. These documents relate to the history and ideology of the Doukhobor communities and its leaders and were written for the benefit of the communities. This sub-series contains both original mimeographed and manuscript documents as well as photocopies of documents. Most documents are in Russian and a few in English.

Writer-in-residence records

Sub-series consists of records relating to Daphne Marlatt's role as writer-in-residence at various institutions. Records include correspondence, promotional records, job applications, and administrative documents.

Workshop records

Sub-series consists of records relating to various writing workshops and "studio" workshops Daphne Marlatt has lead. Records include administrative records, correspondence, workshop publications, and other teaching materials.

Workshop files

This sub-series consists of records relating to the planning and delivery of non-credit workshops. The types of workshops include sessions in acting, music, dance, theatre, clowning, video, holography, film making, self-help housing, and tai chi. Records include workshop outlines and descriptions; flyers, brochures and programs; correspondence, proposals and reports; letters of appointment and contracts; financial statements and budget working papers; enrollment statistics and fee schedules. Two scripts are included in the files: "Tracings: The Fraser Story" written by SFU students, the Theatre Network and Sharon Pollock (file 25), and the working script of a cabaret production (file 27).

Works on paper

Sub-series consists of artworks created by Beaulieu, many of which were produced while he was a student at Alberta College of Art + Design.

Works of others

Sub-series consists of writings and drawings by others; writers include Beth Jankola, Carolyn Zonailo, Howard Broomfield, Jamie Reid and Gail Tuttle. Artists include Madja Van Dam and Chris Reed.

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Works authored by McWhinney

This series consists of 3 sub-series: Works authored by McWhinney (1956-2013); Works about McWhinney (1963-2012); Works edited or reviewed by McWhinney (1974-2015)

Works about Wah

Series consists of works written by others about Wah. It includes reviews of Wah's work, academic works written about Wah's poetry and other writings, and interviews with Wah.

Work Pathfinder program files

Sub-series comprises records relating to operation of the Work Pathfinder program, designed to provide girls and women with information and resources about science careers through development of web sites and a CD ROM. Records consists of correspondence; reports; grant applications and supporting documentation; contracts; and design planning documents.

Women's centres

Sub-series consists of records relating to the SFU Women's Centre's interaction with other women's centres. See access points for the list of organizations. Records include reports, minutes, correspondence, newsletters, and other documents.

Women's Studies course development records

Sub-series consists of records relating to Daphne Marlatt's development and instruction of various Women's Studies courses, as well as English courses with feminist content. Records include articles, lecture notes, student evaluations, syllabi, and other course material.

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