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Interview with Mrs. Jaye Fraser

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.

Interview with Isabel K. Williamson part 2

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.

Women in Geology 1992 excerpt part 1

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.

Interview with Virginia Douglas

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.

Interview with Sylvia Ruby part 2

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.

Interview with Elizabeth Allin

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.

Interview with Dorothy Forward

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.

Interview with Madeline Fritz part 1

Item is the first part of an interview in which Madeline Fritz describes her early life, her reasons for choosing to study Geology and the development of her career at the University of Toronto. It was created as part of the University of Toronto Oral History Program.

Interview with Dixie Pelleut Hayes part 4

Item is the fourth 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."

Interview with Mary Pitman Baldwin

Item is an interview in which Mary Pitman Baldwin, an emeritus professor in chemistry and biochemistry at Concordia University, describes her family, early life, education and professional career.

Interview with Rose Johnstone part 1

Item is the first 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.

Interview with Sylvia Redoruk

Item is an interview in which Sylvia Fedoruk, a physicist and former oncology professor at the University of Saskatchewan, describes her family, early life, education and professional career.

Interview with Irene Spry

Item is an interview in which Irene Spry, a former economist and professor at the University of Ottawa, describes her family, early life, education and professional career.

Women with invisible disabilities

Item is a lecture given by Dr. Sharon-Dale Stone, a professor of sociology, for Women and Gender Studies at the University of Northern British Columbia on how invisible disabilities affect women.

Interviews

Item is two interviews, one of which is with Marge Latham, by Jenny Fry for Ainley's "Critical turning Points" research.

The Kohklux map

Item consists of the Kohklux map originally created by Chief Chilkaht Kohklux of Tlingit in 1852. This is one of the earliest known maps of the southern Yukon. Map originally inserted into a book about the map.

Interview with Helen Hogg part 2

Item is the second part of an interview discussing the career development of Helen Hogg as a scientist, including her early education. It was created as part of the University of Toronto Oral History Program.

Women in Geology 1992 excerpt part 2

Item is an excerpt from a presentation on women in geology with a presentation by Barbara Sheriff, a professor from the Department of Geological Sciences from the University of Manitoba, on successful female geologists in England, Canada and the United States; a presentation by Heather Jamieson, a professor in geology at Queen's University; an introduction by Ellen P. Metzger, a professor in geology from San Jose State University; Elizabeth Its, a professor at Clarkson University who spoke about her research in Saint Petersburg, Russia; an introduction by [Janice Regan?] a professor in geophysics and astronomy from Queen's University; and a group workshop discussion about problems related to fieldwork and how they can be reduced.

Morningside, April 7, 1993

Item is a radio program, the second in a series, on the use of technology in education with descriptions of the uses of multimedia by two educators and a debate between two educators and a woman opposed to technology-based education models.

Interview with Robin Fisher

Item is an interview with Robin Fisher about the history of Simon Fraser University, the founding of the school, a dispute between employees and the university administration and the Women's Rights Movements at Simon Fraser University.

Interview with Erin Sherry

Item is an interview about Sherry's work with Aboriginal communities for Marianne Ainley's Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) grant, entitled "Re-explorations: New Perspectives on Gender, Environments and the transfer of Knowledge in 19th and 20th Century Australia and Canada."

Interview with Erin Sherry

Item is an interview about Sherry's work with Aboriginal communities for Marianne Ainley's Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) grant, entitled "Re-explorations: New Perspectives on Gender, Environments and the transfer of Knowledge in 19th and 20th Century Australia and Canada."

Interview with Elizabeth Allin

Item is two interviews at Dr. Allin's home discussing the reasons for her attending University, choosing physics as a discipline and professors or others who had supported and influenced her. It was created as part of the University of Toronto Oral History Program.

Interview with Elizabeth Allin

Item is two interviews at Dr. Allin's home discussing her activities immediately following the completed of her PhD at the University of Toronto and the beginning of her teaching at the University of Toronto as well as her research during that period. It was created as part of the University of Toronto Oral History Program.

Interview with Madeline Fritz part 2

Item is the second part of an interview in which Madeline Fritz talks about her research activities and the Department of Geology at the University of Toronto her research during that period. It was created as part of the University of Toronto Oral History Program.

Interview with Dixie Pelleut Hayes part 3

Item is the third 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."

Ideas

Item is an episode of the CBC Radio one program, "Ideas," on literary biographers and the process of writing biographies.

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