File contains material about Beryl Amaron. It consists correspondence relating to an interview of Amaron by Ainley's research assistant, Anna-Stina Kjellstrom, as well as correspondence relating to and catalogue records for Amaron's Master of Arts thesis, entitled, "More than Useable Tools: Towards and appreciation of Ne?kepx Fibre Technology as a Significant Expression of Culture."
File contains material about Jennifer Brown. It consists of a printout of an online biography, catalogues records for publications by Brown, notes on publications by Brown and correspondence relating to research about Brown.
File consists of a printout of an online version of Furniss's curriculum vitae, notes about Furniss's publication, "Changing ways: Southern Carrier History, 1793-1940,"and a printout of an online description of "The Burden of history: Colonialism and the Frontier Myth in a Rural Canadian Community."
File contains material by and about Antonia Mills. It consists of correspondence, Mills's curriculum vitae, catalogue records, printouts of search results, a short biography and descriptions of books and articles.
File consists of photocopied research materials for "Re-explorations: new perspectives on gender, environment and the transfer of knowledge in 19th and 20th century Canada and Australia" with a few handwritten notes on cue cards.
File consists of research materials related to indigenous in the Yukon possibly for Ainley's book "Re-explorations: new perspectives on gender, environment and the transfer of knowledge in 19th and 20th century Canada and Australia." Material largely consists of photocopies, printout, and publication by the Yukon Archives as well as catalogue listing from UNBC library and the Yukon Public Library and various heritage organization in the Yukon.
File consists of research material gathered in and/or concerning New Zealand. Research materials include handwritten notes and photocopies on a variety of topics including New Zealand women, environment, and the Maori people. File also includes promotional material for museums and galleries in Wellington, New Zealand.
File consists of records related to interviews conducted for Ainley's research including consent forms, transcripts, and interview questions. Computer disk contains interview transcripts from interviews with Virginia Douglas 1991, Sylvia Fedoruk 1989, Jane Young 2001, Beryl Amaron 2001, Elspeth Bough 1990.
File consists of interview notes and recordings. File includes interview consent form, questions, and notes from interview with Alex Hawley. File also includes a tape recording of Joan Scott's presentation "Rewriting the History of Feminism" at Concordia University No. 14, 1996. Disk contains files relating to a variety of Dr. Ainley's projects including "Re-explorations," women in science, Parr Traill, and other projects. Disk contains many interview transcripts and notes.
File consists of miscellaneous documents including research materials, handwritten notes, correspondence, and heavily annotated syllabus. Computer disk contains an annotated bibliography and bibliography on the role of native women and environmental knowledge.
File consists of research materials regarding the life and career of Edith Berkeley, these include photocopied secondary research materials, photocopied archival materials, correspondence, and notes. File includes photo of the Berkeley's farm house.
File consists of photocopies of methodology articles and conference proceedings, predominately on the topic of qualitative feminist research; correspondence relating to conference session proposals; the submission of a course syllabus to a journal; transcribed notes on methodology; and a book loan request.
File consists of draft proposals, schedules and group assignment information relating to graduate teaching in New Zealand; a notice about changes to internet service at the University of Northern British Columbia; articles on historiography, methodology and qualitative data analysis; correspondence relating to book reviews; and photocopied notes from interviews.
File consists correspondence relating to research requests by Ainley at the archives of McGill University in the 1980s and correspondence relating to the citation for Ainley's article "Women and Science" for Chinook Media's website.
Item is an interview in Wolfville, Nova Scotia in which Marianne Ainley asks Jaye Fraser about her early life, education and the development of her career, including the obstacles Fraser perceived herself to face and her work in New Brunswick and Montreal.
Item is the first part of an interview in which Marianne Ainley interviews Isabel K. Williamson about the development of and perceived impediments to the development of her career as well as the disciplinary culture of astronomy and the relationship between amateur and professional astronomers.
Item is an excerpt from a presentation on women in geology with a presentation by Linda Scott on the role of women in the private sector scientific community and a workshop on families where both persons have professional roles.
Item is an interview in which Marianne Ainley interviews Virginia Douglas about her career as a psychologist, including her early life, the obstacles she faced and her reason for choosing psychology as a science.
Item is the second 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 two interviews at Dr. Allin's home discussing the creation of an association of physicists in Canada and Dr. Allin's retirement and her teaching and research shortly before she retired. It was created as part of the University of Toronto Oral History Program.
Item an interview in which Dr. Dorothy Forward discusses her life at the University of Toronto, her time in student residences and the development of her career and some of the obstacles she faced. It was created as part of the University of Toronto Oral History Program.