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Assorted writings

This sub-series consists of assorted writings by various authors that are often unidentified. The records include published and unpublished writings, articles, newspaper clippings, lists, excerpts from publications, manuscripts, philosophical writings, song texts, notes, transcriptions of writings, speeches, declarations and other writings. These records illustrate Doukhobor ideological and religious views and the Doukhobor way of life.

"At the River's Mouth: Writing Migrations" records

Sub-series consists of records relating to "At the River's Mouth: Writing Migrations," a lecture given by Daphne Marlatt as the Ralph Gustafson Distinguished Visiting Poet at Vancouver Island University. The lecture was later published as a book (designed by Robert Bringhurst) by the Institute for Coastal Research at Vancouver Island University. Records include correspondence and lecture drafts.

Athletic awards and honours records

Subseries consists of records related to the granting of athletic awards and honours. Activities and topics documented include the establishment of athletic awards and guidelines for their disbursement; budgetary allocations; athlete of the month/year honours; and the annual Awards Banquet and the Sports Hall of Fame Banquet. Predominant document types include correspondence, Board of Governors reports, award application forms, award disbursement guidelines, budget material, photographs, player profiles, banquet agendas and programs, invitation lists, lists of award winners; receipts, news releases, and newsletters.

Athletics and Recreation

Sub-series consists of the Vice-President, Academic's correspondence with, related to, or copied from Athletics and Recreation, which reported to the VP Administration during this period. Activities and topics include program development and development of university athletics policy. Activities include correspondence, reports, and brochures and other printed material.

Audio recordings

This sub-series contains 34 audio cassettes containing sound recordings of the various events and campaigns of BC Social Credit party. The cassettes contain recordings of conventions activities and speeches, including Premier’s Addresses. Another section of the cassettes contains presentations of leadership candidates in 1986 and 1991 campaigns as well as presentations mailed to the delegates. In addition, some of the recordings contain newscasts and news announcements relating to the Social Credit campaigns, recorded mostly from CKNW and BCTV broadcasts and Rafe Mair’s talk show. Some cassettes contain recordings of songs used in 1986 and 1991 campaigns as well as during the Premiers’ Tour events

Audit Committee

The Audit Committee functioned as a standing committee with the responsibility of recommending the approval of annual financial statements to the Board of Governors. It also received the Audit Report from the Provincial Auditor General, oversaw the Internal Audit Report, and monitored the Annual Insurance and Risk Management Report. Additionally, the committee recommended approval of policies related to asset insurance.

This sub-series comprises records associated with the committee's tasks and includes meeting agendas and minutes, reports, financial statements, terms of reference, and correspondence.

Simon Fraser University. Board of Governors. Audit Committee

Author and book promotion files

Sub-series consists of records relating to the promoting and marketing of Press Gang titles. Activities, events and topics documented include book reviews, authors' tours, and book launches. Records include reviews, correspondence, itineraries, biographies and cv's, press releases and other publicity material.

Autobiography with Stursberg and Cocking

Subseries consists of materials used for the writing of Gordon Shrum: An Autobiography with Peter Stursberg, edited by Clive Cocking. This book was conceived by Darrel Zarn of the Faculty of Interdisciplinary Studies at SFU. He approached Peter Stursberg, an experienced journalist, who conducted a series of oral history interviews with Shrum in 1983. In order to fund the interviews, they were conducted under the oral history program of the Public Archives (now the National Archives) of Canada and the Parliamentary Library. Stursberg also made a 21/2 hour video interview of Shrum at the Instructional Media Centre at SFU. In addition, he interviewed nine of Shrum's friends and Shrum's son to provide material for the books's introduction. Because Stursberg was occupied with other projects, Clive Cocking a Vancouver writer and editor was hired to complete the project. Cocking conducted a series of supplementary interviews in 1985 to clarify statistics and other facts from the oral history interviews. Unfortunately, Shrum passed away suddenly before the manuscript was completed. The finished book appeared in 1986 through the support of SFU and the University of British Columbia.

The subseries contains transcripts, background materials, notes, drafts, U-matic videos, audio reels, and audio cassettes.


Subseries contains a file related to awards for best film in various categories at the IMAGeNation Film and Video Festival. Subseries also contains an award plaque.

Awards and honours

Sub-series consists of records relating to awards and honours Daphne Marlatt and her publications have received. They include the Order of Canada, the Diamond Jubilee Medal, and an honourary degree from Mount St. Vincent University. Records include certificates, correspondence, and brochures.

Awards: Judging & Nominations

Sub-series consists of materials relating to prizes for which Sharon Thesen was either nominated or acted as judge. Materials include correspondence, a review, newspaper clippings, articles and photocopied articles, a newspaper, a list of submissions, handwritten notes, a small map and an awards booklet.

B. Clayman Vice-President, Research/Dean of Graduate Studies records

Series consists of records relating to Bruce Clayman's dual appointment as Vice-President, Research and Dean of Graduate Studies. Records include general graduate studies program correspondence and specific correspondence on VISA students, graduate studies budget planning, tuition fees, and departmental review. Records also include Clayman's involvement on the Graduate Issues Committee, the Western Canadian Deans of Graduate Studies, and the Graduate Survey Implementation Task Force.

Document types include correspondence and working papers, minutes, reports and financial working papers.

Background material - Academic Departments, Women's Movement and the Epilogue

Sub-series consists primarily of photocopied source material about academic departments, and the Women's Movement. It also consists of source material for the Epilogue of Radical Campus. Subjects, activities and events documented include academic freedom and tenure; faculty appointments; prominent members of the SFU community; student activism; faculty and student associations; the development and expansion of SFU; and the Women's Movement. Sub-series includes briefs, reports, correspondence, discussion papers, memoranda, minutes, working papers, and newspaper and journal articles.

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