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Newsletter v.1#1 Dec 1991
Department of Human Genetics
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Newsletter v.1#1 Dec 1991
Department of Human Genetics
The fonds consists of two short stories entitled "The Last Straw" and "Starting Young," detailing life on the farm and human relationships.
The fonds consists of a thesis entitled Johann Nikolaus Becker (1773-1809) and the Development of German Travel Literature in the Eighteenth Century.
This collection consists of published articles written by Libby Simon in journals, the Winnipeg Free Press and various books. It also consists of a small amount of correspondence.
The fonds consists of correspondence, photocopies of newspaper articles, photocopies of maps, and a telephone interview report relating to Ted Bancroft's studies on the history and preservation of both trails.
File consists of information relating to the establishment of the Department. (1994 statement)
File contains the following materials: : (1) V 6(3) 1994; v.7 (4) 1996; V 9(1-4) 1997,1998, 2001; (2) Family Medicine Research U of M Sep Dec 1996, Mar Jun Nov 1997, Mar 1998.
The fonds consists of a 15 page unpublished article titled "In Search of Security: Postwar Germany Between Reconstruction and Modernization." Braun's article focuses on the situation in Germany after the Second World War ended in 1945, its occupation by Allied Forces, the establishment of the Federal Republic of Germany and the German Democratic Republic in 1949, and a notable anti-political trend in the 1950s.
File contains: Educational Development: Proposal 1994, Proposal to fund medical education 1995-6, unsuccessful search 1999, proposal to change to tenure track position 1999; proposal for new Dept of Med Education 1993; Office of Educ Develop 1999-2003.
Department of Medical Education
The fonds is separated into twelve series. They are: biographical material, correspondence, Ross's research, notes and grant applications, "Joe from Winnipeg," screenplays, scripts and articles, contracts and agreements, reviews, playbills and posters, miscellaneous screenplays given to Ross,a photograph collection (PC 215), audio recordings (TC 123), and a pencil drawing by Leonard Bighetty (MC 19). The photograph collection includes 52 photographs, 5 contact sheets and 1 slide. The audio recordings include 2 cassette tapes - one of "Joe from Winnipeg" episodes and the other an interview with CBC Radio host Terry MacLeod.
The fonds consists of 25 betacam video cassettes. These contain footage of trips to the Northwest Territories in August-September 1994, as well as June 1995. Included are interviews and footage with Robert Taylor and “Tundra Tom” Faess, who were working as guides on the trips, as well as shots of the landscape and many animals , including arctic hare, black bears, caribou, muskox and wolves. The three series within the fonds are arranged according to the timeframes of the betacam video cassettes: August-September 1994 and June 1995.
This fonds comprises materials associated with Dr. Stanley Krippner’s study of the Brazilian “sensitive” Amyr Amiden. It includes a PowerPoint presentation (both in analog (annotated) and digital formats), academic publications, and “apports” (physical objects). The second accession contains apports and a leather pouch Krippner received from shaman Grandmother Fawn Journeyhawk.
This fonds consists of physical and digital copies of the newsletters and information sheets of the Calgary First Spiritualist Church (CFSC) from the 1990s onwards, as well as materials from the millennium celebrations (2000) and CFSC’s 90th anniversary (2010), and historical compilations, including a history of the church by Sally Jennings.
Calgary First Spiritualist Church
The fonds consists of two documents created by the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada. The first is a printout of a document titled Towards A New Paradigm for Scholarly Communication - Discussion Paper prepared by the AUCC-CARL/ABRC Task Force on Academic Libraries and Scholarly Communication which was published in electronic form on the AUCC website, November 8, 1995. This document outlines the problems and opportunities facing academic libraries in regard to academic communication issues in the 1990's. The second document is a published brochure titled the Changing World of Scholarly Communication: Challenges and Choices for Canada and is the final report of the AUCC-CARL/ABRC Task Force on Academic Libraries and Scholarly Communication in November 1996.
Association of Universities and Colleges in Canada
This collection is comprised of one series (PC 348), which includes various photographs and negatives.
University of Manitoba Audio Visual and Classroom Technology Support
This fonds is entirely digital, consisting of 2 DVDs with several .doc, .xls, image, and video files, among others. These files include photographs, accounting files, documents, and plans relating to the Aboriginal Centre of Winnipeg, Inc. (ACWI), as well as a video clip of the CBC News that includes an interview about the “Preserving the History of Urban Aboriginal Institutional Development in Winnipeg” project.
The fonds consists of the texts of the monument plaques displayed at both the Fort Garry and Bannatyne Campuses of the University of Manitoba.
University Relations Division
Centre for Aboriginal Health Research (CAHR)
The fonds consists of a paper entitled "Gender and Labour in Carol Shields's The Stone Diaries." The paper was presented at the 1998 University of Manitoba & Universitat Trier Partnership Conference, September 22-24 in Winnipeg. It also includes a post-it note to Gaby Divay, in German, dated September 23, 1998.
The fonds consists of two folders. Folder 1 contains three photocopied articles and the preface from A Chorus of Different Voices: German Canadian Identities, edited by Angelika E. Sauer & Matthias Zimmer, New York: Peter Lang, 1998. A Chorus of Different Voices was based on a workshop that took place in Edmonton in October 1996 with the support of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), the German-Canadian Studies Foundation, Winnipeg, the University of Alberta's Faculty of Arts, and the German-Canadian Business and Professional Association of Alberta. The articles are "Deconstructing German-Canadian Identity" by Matthias Zimmer, "As I Experienced Them Myself: The Autobiographical German-language Immigrant Woman in Prairie Canada, 1874- 1910" by Royden Loewen, and "The 'Ideal German Canadian': Politics, Academics and the Historiographical Construction of German-Canadian Identity" by Angelika E. Sauer. All three articles chronicle the German-Canadian immigrant experience, and particularly how the new immigrants attempted to negotiate a position with the host Canadian society. The second folder contains a German newspaper article from the Kanada Kurier, dated September 30, 1999. The article, written in German, is entitled "Denkmalschutz und Ehrengrab: Dr. F. Eckhardts Familien-grabmal in Berlin."
File contains: Biennial Report 1999-2000, 2000-01 and related information.
Inuit Health Program
File contains: mmunology News 1999-
Department of Immunology
The fonds consists of Linda Morra's paper entitled "The Representation of French-Canadians in Ralph Connor, The Man from Glengarry". The paper is in part based on research conducted by Linda Morra, with the support of a University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections Hamilton Research Grant, during the summer of 1999. The paper was presented to the Association for Canadian Studies in the United States (ACSUS), in Pittsburgh, on November 19, 1999.
The fonds contains textual records relating to the interview schedule held by David Reimer and John Colapinto. The fonds also contains the original manuscript of As Nature Made Him by Colapinto, including a personal thank-you to David as well as editing notations.
This fonds largely consists of colour guides and front pages for P. Craig Russell's "Ring of the Nibelung" series of comics for Dark Horse Comics. The fonds contains 845 colour guides and 14 front pages, along with a published copy of "The Ring of the Nibelung".
Kindzierski, Lovern, 1954-
This collection comprises books about Bruno Gröning, pamphlets from the Bruno Gröning Circle of Friends, and a printout of a photograph of Bruno Gröning.
The fonds contains one (1 ft.x1 ft.) hand-embroidered flag with the University of Manitoba and the crest stitched in the middle.
Fenny, Walter J.
Governance files, 2003-2009.
Misc. information on National Microbiology (Virology) Laboratory.
National Microbiology (Virology) Laboratory
Mission statement and organization chart.
Department of Medical Education