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History

Sub-series consists of photos, articles, and published material relating to individuals from the Department of History. For a list of faculty members associated with the sub-series, see access points.

New and emergent programs

Sub-series consists of records relating to planning for the budget requirements of new and proposed academic programs, including proposals that were not successful. For a list of departments whose proposals are included in the files, see "Access points" below. Records include correspondence, reports, meeting minutes, program proposals and curricula, comments by external reviewers, and budget estimates and calculations.

Red notebook

Sub-sub-series consists of one red notebook with working notes on archival sources taken by Hugh Johnston during the preparation of Radical Campus. Pages are numbered 1 to 411. Academic departments documented include Physics, Languages, Mathematics, Computing Science, Psychology, Fine and Performing Arts, Chemistry, English, Communications, Library, Kinesiology, History, Philosophy, Economics, PSA, Biology, Criminology, Geography, Archaeology, and Education.

Doug Cole fonds

  • F-35
  • Fonds
  • 1947 - 1995

Fonds consists of records reflecting the academic and personal life of Douglas Cole. The correspondence series consists primarily of the personal views of Dr. Cole on matters of historical scholarship, university affairs and his own career as a professor. A few letters were made or received by Dr. Cole in his capacity as a University employee performing his official duties –– for example, marking students' work and providing reference letters. Fonds also includes some unpublished articles, conference papers, research notes and lectures.

Cole, Doug

Michael Fellman fonds

  • F-260
  • Fonds
  • 1963-2012

Fonds consists of records made or received by Michael Fellman's in the course of activities relating to his teaching activity, research, scholarship, journalism, as well as his family and personal relationships. Records include correspondence, photographs, research notes, working papers, and teaching materials; offprints, lectures, and copies of newspaper articles authored by Fellman; and draft manuscripts of Fellman's published books, as well as two unpublished book projects – a study of "individuals fallen from respectability" in Victoria England (Uneminent Victorians), and a novel of the US Civil War (Dirty Civil War).

The fonds is a hybrid of paper records, analog media and born-digital materials. The digital records comprise email correspondence and files from Fellman's working computer.

The fonds has been arranged by the archivist into eight series:

  • Personal and family correspondence (series 1)
  • Teaching records and lectures (series 2)
  • University service and career records (series 3)
  • Research files and publications (series 4)
  • Journalism and media publications (series 5)
  • Email records (series 6)
  • Desktop correspondence and working documents (series 7)
  • Digital photographs (series 8)

Fellman, Michael

SFU course files

Sub-series consists of records relating to Fellman's teaching at SFU. Courses documented are:

  • History 190, Approaches to History (1976)
  • History 212, The United States to 1877 (1985-1994, 2000)
  • History 213, The United States since 1877 (1995-2001)
  • History 450, The United States in the 19th Century: The Era of the American Civil War (2002)
  • History 482, Introduction to Psychohistory (1977)
  • History 486, Early Modern English Society (1995)
  • History 495, Methodology and Philosophy of History (1987)
  • Liberal Studies 813-5, Religious and Secular World Views: Tensions in Utopia (1993).

Files also include a 1986 proposal for a Master of Arts in Liberal Studies program (Fellman would become Director of the graduate program in Liberal Studies in 2000). Records include program proposals; course outlines and descriptions, reading lists, and exam questions; offprints and reference materials; lectures and lecture notes.

Files arranged alphabetically by course number.