Keynote Address by Mike Apsey and first part of the panel on "Looking to the Past to Inform the Future? Forest History within a Contemporary Context" at the the "Exploring Our Roots: Forest History in Our Communities Annual Conference of the Forest History Association of BC" at UNBC in Prince George, September 19, 2009.
Item consists of a recording of the panels "Exploring our Roots: Forest History Research Methodology" (part 2) and "From Exploration to Development: Bringing Forest History Forward" (part 1) at the the "Exploring Our Roots: Forest History in Our Communities Annual Conference of the Forest History Association of BC" at UNBC in Prince George, September 19, 2009.
File consists of 1 VHS tape entitled "Community Close-up: UNBC - Dr. Max Blouw" a CKPG-TV production with broadcaster Bob Harkins. Dr. Max Blouw was the University of Northern British Columbia Vice President of Research.
File consists of 1 audiocassette of people interviewed by Bob Harkins on the CJCI radio show 'City Pulse' Interviews with Bill Stanton, coroner, Susan Dewolf, chair of the Prince George Parents for French group and Bill Braun, musical director for upcoming musical in Prince George. Also interview with Major Glen McEwan of the Salvation Army discussing its activities in Prince George.
Item consists of transcript of interview with poet, former CNC faculty member Barry McKinnon conducted by Bob Harkins at Prince George Radio Station, CJCI regarding McKinnon's teaching and publishing careers.
Item consists of transcript and tape summary of interview with Catholic Bishop Fergus O'Grady on his retirement as Bishop of the local Catholic Diocese of Prince George. Discusses also the Oblate Missionary Order and their history in Northern British Columbia. Also discusses the founding of the Prince George College.
File consists of records relating to the appointment of Dr. Robin Fisher as Full Professor and Chair of the History Department at the University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC). Fisher was the first Chair of the History Department at UNBC and was instrumental in developing the department from the ground up. Includes Fisher's letters of appointment, the pension plan, a UNBC "Notes for Applicants for Posts" brochure, a UNBC "Co-operative Education Program" brochure, a UNBC "International Studies and Programs" brochure, a draft of the first history courses offered by the UNBC History Department, a note about Fisher's research and teaching interests, a pamphlet for the UNBC group insurance plan in 1993, a UNBC employee welcome booklet, Fisher's 1992 Curriculum Vitae (resume), and a newspaper job advertisement for UNBC departmental chairs.
File consists of course development material for Dr. Robin Fisher's UNBC HIST 100 course "Headlines in History". Includes HIST 100 syllabus. Also includes the UNBC "Undergraduate Guide to the History Programme".
File consists of course development material for Dr. Robin Fisher's UNBC HIST 407 course "Local History/Methodology" which was a summer field school course in Barkerville. Includes HIST 407 syllabus and course readings.
File consists of course development material for Dr. Robin Fisher's UNBC HIST 407 course "Local History/Methodology" which was a summer field school course in Prince Rupert. Includes HIST 407 syllabus, course readings package, and annotated bibliography on the history of Prince Rupert.
File consists of presentation notes and correspondence related to a seminar on "Land, Law and History in British Columbia: The Nisga'a Case" at the University of Auckland in March 1996. Includes Dr. Fisher's resume for November 1995.
This fonds encompasses the academic and administrative career of esteemed Canadian historian Dr. Robin Fisher during his tenure at the University of Northern British Columbia. The records span Dr. Fisher's appointments at UNBC as professor, founding chair of the Department of History, Dean of Arts and Science, and Dean of the College of Arts, Social and Health Sciences.
Personal Records relating to Dr. Fisher's various appointments at UNBC
Treaty Advisory records originating from Dr. Fisher's involvement in the Northern Interior Regional Advisory Committee and other treaty process advisory activities
Teaching records relating to the development of Dr. Fisher's undergraduate and graduate courses, primarily in the Department of History
Conferences & Service records relating to conferences attended or organized by Dr. Fisher, as well as activities given in service to the University or the community