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Simon Fraser University Archives and Records Management Department Sub-series
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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).

Workshops, seminars and public lectures

Sub-series consists of records relating to Fellman's delivery of special workshops, seminars, and public lectures. Events documented include Fellman's invitation to the University of Zambia (1981); the Davis Center Seminar at Princeton University (1983); a discussion with SFU's Stephen Duguid for a class for the Alaska Prison System (video, ca 1980s); Fellman's paper at the Gettysburg Civil War Institute (1993); the History Colloquium on War, Culture and Personality at Stanford University (1993); Fellman's talks for the Fifth Annual Jeans Lecture in History at the Missouri Southern State College (1999); and the War and Society Workshop delivered at the University of Georgia (2010).

Records include correspondence, visit itineraries, event publicity, seminar and workshop materials, text of lectures, and three video recordings (for the Alaska Prison System class and the two Jeans lectures).

Files arranged chronologically.


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

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