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Dana Beyer fonds

  • CA UVICARCH SC616
  • Fonds
  • 1995-2019

Fonds consists of textual records and objects documenting Dr. Dana Beyer's LGBTQ activism, political campaigns, and medical research. Series consists of material from original accession, and is arranged into four subseries: activism records, political campaign records, DES research material, and ephemera.

Beyer, Dana, 1952-

Celu Amberstone fonds

  • CA UVICARCH SC622
  • Fonds
  • 1970-2019

Fonds documents Celu Amberstone's writing career. Records consist of poetry, playscripts, children's prose, notes for readings, publishing contracts, review clippings, correspondence, and acceptance and rejection letters from publishers and editors. The fonds also includes a proof copy of The Dreamer's Legacy by Celu Amberstone, and House of Commons Special Committee on the Disabled and Handicapped publication, "Native Population: Follow-up Report" (1981), which features a profile of Amberstone/Barbara Smith.

Amberstone, Celu, 1947-

Aiyyana Maracle fonds

  • CA UVICARCH SC536
  • Fonds
  • 1964-2016

The fonds documents Aiyyana Maracle life and work as performance artist and writer, creator of and participant in arts festivals, her committee and conference work, scholarship, teaching, Six Nations land rights activism, transgender visibility and health projects, and personal activities. Records consist of textual records, graphic material, analog and digital sound and video recordings, and objects. Objects are comprised of garments, masks, accessories, animal bones and skins, and miscellaneous objects used in performance art and art installations. The fonds is arranged into ten series: performance art, visual art, writing, scholarship, conferences and committees, Six Nations activism, two-spirit and transgender material, notebooks and loose notes, personal records, and bibliographic records.

Maracle, Aiyyana, 1950-2016

Raging Grannies of Victoria fonds

  • CA UVICARCH AR326
  • Fonds
  • 1985-2015

Fonds consists of correspondence, 1993-99; minutes, 1995-99; articles, 1989-2000; brochures; news clippings, 1985-99; scrap books, 1987-99; songs; newsletters, 1997-99; manuscript "Singing in the Rain," n.d.; oral history interview, n.d.; and photographs, 1987-99.

Raging Grannies of Victoria

Candis Graham fonds

  • CA UVICARCH AR429
  • Fonds
  • 1985-2009

Fonds consists of published and unpublished manuscripts written by Graham, professional and personal correspondence, photographs, writing workshop brochures and notes, as well as records of various public readings. The fonds also includes a variety of journals, newspapers, and chapbooks that Graham contributed to.

Graham, Candis J. (Candis Jean), 1949-2005

Ann Hansen fonds

  • CA UVICARCH AR453
  • Fonds
  • 1973 - 2007

The archival fonds consists of the following series: Direct Action-related clippings, correspondence, ephemera and notes; legal correspondence; pre- and post-parole correspondence, ephemera, notes and writings by others; correspondence received during incarceration; prison records (supplied to Hansen under an Access to Information request); Direct Action chapter drafts and related materials; and RCMP surveillance transcripts (closed until 2072).

Subject matter of the mixed clippings and correspondence series includes: anti-nuclear/anti-cruise missile activism, court proceedings, Elizabeth Fry Society, environmental issues, indigenous peoples issues, international activism, pornography, anti-pornography/anti-snuff films, prison-industrial complex, sexual assault, Red Hot Video, the Vancouver Five trial matters and sentencing, women’s rights. Correspondence received during incarceration series includes: correspondence from Brent Taylor, Janice Bear Neudorf, and various supporters and publishers; series also includes 1 box of previous sealed letters from other members of the Vancouver Five, primarily Brent Taylor.

Hansen, Ann, 1953-

Judith Foster fonds

  • CA UVICARCH AR249
  • Fonds
  • 1941, 1948-2006

Fonds reflects Foster’s artistic processes and practices, research interests, pedagogy, and her relationships with galleries, patrons, students and friends. Fonds consists of sketches, tracings, small paintings and prints, paint samples, printing plates, notes, correspondence, photographs, slides, negatives, exhibition catalogues, newspaper clippings, art publications, receipts and sales documents, inventories, Foster’s diplomas, and various ephemera.

Correspondents include Ed Hill, Barbara Demaray, Fritz Eichenberg, Anna Vakar and several businesses and galleries.

The fonds has been arranged into three series: Art practice, Publications and clippings, and Teaching.

Foster, Judith A., 1930-2000

Caroline White fonds

  • CA UVICARCH SC621
  • Fonds
  • 1983-2006

Fonds consists of Caroline White's research towards her M.A. thesis, "Re/defining gender and sex: educating for trans, transsexual, and intersex access and inclusion to sexual assault centres and transition houses" (Vancouver: University of British Columbia, 2002). Her research touches on discrimination, activism, violence, women-only spaces, gender theories, critical race theory, disability studies, and legal cases. Material includes research papers, articles, committee documents, zines, pamphlets, clippings, and correspondence.

White, Caroline

South Island Women in Trades and Technology fonds

  • CA UVICARCH AR436
  • Fonds
  • 1981-2005

Fonds consists of a variety of SIWITT conference minutes and correspondence from 1992-2004, incorporation records from 1985-2005, conference evaluations, financial records, and some photographs. Fonds also includes plans for public events, group outings, lobbying action correspondence, and recruitment. There are also organization newsletters, newspaper clippings, tape cassette and VHS recordings of conferences, speeches, interviews and a recruitment VHS.

South Island Women in Trades and Technology Society

Carole Itter sous-fonds

Sous-fonds consists of records kept by Carole Itter documenting the life and death of her daughter, Lara Gilbert, Gilbert’s medical history, the publication of Gilbert's journals, legal trials submitted by Itter and Gilbert, and research on related topics chiefly from newspaper reporting and academic texts and journals. The sous-fonds has been arranged into five series: 1) cassette tapes, 2) I Might Be Nothing records, 3) legal proceedings, 4) medical records, and 5) clippings and research.

Itter, Carole, 1939-

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