File consists of research materials concerning African women and science. File includes published report on the women's economic empowerment in Africa, the 1996 issue of African Study Monographs published by the Kyoto University, photocopied article, and advertisement for talk on "Gender and Science in the Third World."
File consists of photocopied research materials, notes, and bibliography concerning Frist Nations in various regions of Canada. These include Micmac in Eastern Canada, Inuit in Canadian Arctic, Mohawk in Eastern Canada, Ojibwa in Northeastern Ontario, and Algonquin in Central Canada.
File consists of printed article from the Australian Humanities Review entitled "Paradox on the Queensland Frontier: Platypus, lungfish and other vagaries of nineteenth-century science" by Libby Robin.
File consists of research materials concerning First Nations science primarily in the Yukon but also in northern BC, North West Territories, and Native Americans in Alaska. File includes tourism promotional materials from the Yukon and Alaska.
File consists of printed Australian websites including the Australian Historical Association, the National Pioneer Women's Hall of Fame, the Humanities Research Centre, and the centre fir cross-cultural research.
File consists of research materials concerning Delphine Maclellan and Elinor Silver Keeping. File includes correspondence, interview transcripts, archival finding aids, and photocopies of archival material.
File consists of research materials concerning the Berkeleys, particularly Edith Berkeley and Jean Freeman. File includes recorded interview with Jean Freeman, photos of Jean Freeman and the Berkeley's house, related correspondence, and photocopied research materials.
File consists of correspondence between Ainley and the editor of the University of British Columbia Press, Jean Wilson; an abstract and descriptions of chapters submitted to the University of British Columbia Press; style guides from the University of British Columbia Press; an author handbook from the University of British Columbia Press; and a pamphlet on symbols used for proofing text.
File consists a number of short articles by Ainley, including, "Women and Science: An Inside View/Femmes et Science: Vision de L'interieur," "No More Stereotypes" and "Women's Work in Geology: A Historical Perspective on Gender Division in Canadian Science."
Item is an interview about Allie Vibert's career, her involvement with the International Federation of University Women and her activities at Queen's University, during which she pushed for the enrolment of women into the Faculty of Medicine.
Item is the second part of an interview in Fredericton, New Brunswick in which Marianne Ainley interviews Delphine Maclellan about the development of and perceived impediments to the development of her career.
Item is the first part of an interview in which Marianne Ainley interviews Sylvia Ruby about her early life and the development of her career including what influenced her choose a career in science and any impediments she perceived herself to face in becoming a scientist.
Item is the second part of an interview with Dixie Pelleut, a former professor in biology at Dalhousie University, about her life and academic career as research for Fingard's monograph, "Gender and Inequality at Dalhousie: Faculty Women before 1950."
Item is the fifth part of an interview with Dixie Pelleut, a former professor in biology at Dalhousie University, about her life and academic career as research for Fingard's monograph, "Gender and Inequality at Dalhousie: Faculty Women before 1950."
Item is the second part of an interview in which Rose Johnstone, a former biochemistry professor and former Chair of the Department of Biochemistry at McGill University, describes her family, early life, education and professional career.