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A video closeup: A precourse workbook explaining everything you always wanted to know about video

Item is a training course for Kodak salespeople on the structure and functionality of video. Sections include Anatomy of a conventional video tape, Other types of videotape, Constitution of a videotape, Magnetic recording, Signals, Video and audio recording, RF output measurement, Audio measurements, Drop-out, Measurement principle of luminance and chrominance SNR, Batacam, and Tape format.

Kodak Canada Inc.

Motion Picture and Audiovisual (M.P.A.V.) Marketing Plans

File contains marketing plans, quarterly reviews, meeting notes, and documentation for a variety of products including Instagraphic products, motion picture and audiovisual (M.P.A.V.) 0products, professional photography markets, electronic products, large-screen imaging products, photojournalism, and education.

Kodak Canada Inc.

Video and videotape educational material

File contains information on the functionality of video and structure of videotapes for training Kodak salespeople. The file includes an outline of product grades, a series of text and graphical pages on how video works, specifications and comparisons of different brands, and a TDK Video Cassette Manual for salespeople.

Kodak Canada Inc.

George Swede fonds

  • F 36
  • Archief
  • 1968 - ?

Fonds consists of work created and published by George Swede. Included are poetry, books, and pamphlets.

Swede, George

Books authored by George Swede

File consists of published copies of books written by George Swede. Published with a variety of publishers and a variety of formats the majority of the series are poetry books. Also included are several textbooks and children's books.

Kodak 25 years of service medal

Item consists of a medal with the engraving " Presented to James A.L. Johnston in recognition of more than a quarter century of loyal service with Kodak Canada ltd. 1973" Includes a plastic stand to hold the medal.

Kodak sales tour photographs

File contains photographs related to Kodak representatives on sales bus tours and camera conventions. Includes images of Niagara falls and various camera displays at shows.

Kodak souvenir glasses

Item consists of a glass cup with the text "Here's to the Talkies from Kodak" and one with the Kodak logo imprinted around the cup in red and yellow.

Kodak Sales training film

Item consists of a double-perforated 16mm film reel. Approximatively 8 minutes long. The film presents a group of Kodak Canada employees, mostly men with one woman, who are Kodak HQ in Rochester, receiving training in how to sell Kodak products. The film has different chapter headings as it goes along, explaining what comes next. Johnston is included in several scenes.

Personal photographs and textual records

File contains prints of James Johnston and his spouse at Kodak events and meetings, photographs of Johnston opening a large gift which contains a piece of luggage and one print of the front of Kodak's office. Includes letters addressed to James A.L. Johnston from Eastman to commemorate the first day of issue Eastman commemoration stamp , a newspaper clipping highlighting Johnston as a veteran, his business card and a biographical summary written by his daughter.

Also includes a book on The Canadian Rockies containing a series of 18 hand-coloured Vandyck photogravures, a imitation Life magazine cover dated March 23, 1959 featuring Johnston and other Kodak representatives, and a certificate dedicated to J.A.L. Johnston as a Member of Order of the Good Time

Kodak sales group portraits

Consists of several group shots of Kodak sales representatives from various events including a Kodak Retail Photographic Salesmen's Training Conference (1952), the Medical Division Technical Representatives (1951), the Medical Division Technical Representatives (1954) and a Kodak Sales Meeting, mounted on board (1959).

Also includes a copy of Dealer News (summer 1962) with an article featuring Jim Johnston, and a print of a mountain landscape with a river and trail mounted on board.

Andrew James Little Johnston - employee series

Series contains various promotional items carrying the Kodak logo in addition to photographs and documents related to Andrew James Little Johnston, a Kodak sales representatives from Nova Scotia. Includes Kodak memorabilia customized for Johnston in addition to documentations related to sales tours and conventions in North America.

Kodak Canada Inc.

Brownie Six-20 Camera Model D

Item is a metal box camera, for 2.25" x 3.25" exposures on 620 film. It was a continuation of the Six-20 Brownie cameras but was renamed Brownie Six-20. The Model D camera features flash contacts.

Popular pressman

Item is the first reflex camera produced by W. Butcher & Sons Ltd. The wood and black leather camera has interchangeable backs for 3.25 x 4.25 and 4 x.5 plates and also has a Graflex 3.25 x 4.25 inch roll film adaptor. Focusing is waist level and included a long, leather focusing hood. Focal plane shutter with a 4.5 Butcher anastigmat 5.75 inch focal length lens.

McKoewn pg. 173

The LTO Exchange newsletter

The faculty newsletter featured information on teaching and learning, gave notices of events and conferences, and reported on LTO activities and articles. Following a department re-organization, this newsletter continues where the GREET Exchange newsletter left-off in 2006.

Distinguished Educator Speaker Series

This file consists of informational notices on the Distinguished Speaker Series, featuring faculty from other universities across Canada who had won awards of excellence and/or who wanted to share their research or teaching methods. Each event was aimed at the faculty of a particular TMU school or faculty, but all teaching staff were welcome. A buffet lunch was often included.

LTO Charettes

This file contains notices about two charrettes, an intensive unique weekend educational experience for students, in these cases in interdisciplinary fields and offered across the university for more senior undergraduates.

LTO Conferences - miscellaneous

This file contains information on a few learning and teaching conferences offered to Ryerson faculty. These include one live video conference via satellite, continuing education, developing teaching portfolios, and innovative learning.

STLHE Conference records

The contents of the file include material from three conferences :

  • 1997 - A review by a Ryerson faculty member on their experience of the 17th annual Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE) conference in Regina.

  • 2010 - Jointly hosted in Toronto by Ryerson and the Ontario College of Art and Design. Most of the material in the file is for this conference. The title of this year's conference, "Creative Teaching and Learning - Exploring. Shaping. Knowing.

  • 2011 - Consists of a booklet with the call for nominations and how-to instructions for possible winners of the awards for excellence in teaching.

Faculty Conference materials

The faculty conference was known as the Annual Workshops (see RG 574.2) until 1999 when, in keeping with common usage and references, the name was changed to the "Annual Ryerson Faculty Conference."

As of 2002, the Ryerson affiliate GREET became the Learning and Teaching Office and Judy Britnell of GREET became the director. The acronyms GREET and SRC were dropped in connection with the faculty conference and the name changed to "May Faculty Conference" or the "Ryerson May Conference" and finally to the "Ryerson Faculty Conference." With these 2002 changes, the faculty conference material has been arranged in the Learning and Teaching Office group.

LTO Conferences

The series holds files on a number of faculty conferences, including the Ryerson Faculty Conference held each May, the McGraw-Hill Ryerson Teaching and Learning Conference Series, and the Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE).

Learning and Teaching Office Committees

The series contains records of the Learning and Teaching Office (LTO) committees : minutes of two meetings ; two committee reports to the Academic Council ; and a committee report on the establishment of teaching and learning enhancements to classroom POD 372.

Committee for Effective Teaching and Learning Environments report

The short report discusses the mandate to create flexible learning and teaching environments by retrofitting existing classrooms with upgraded presentation technology. The report was created for the Provost and Vice President Academic and the Vice President Administration and Finance from the Committee for Effective Teaching and Learning Environments (CETLE). The committee consisted of members from across the university.

Teaching at Ryerson Polytechnic University : A Handbook

This internal publication for new and experienced faculty was a guide to many aspects of post secondary teaching and was adapted for Ryerson University by the editor of the same publication at the University of Manitoba. A few of the topics include instructional methods, such as teaching large or small classes ; creating tests and exams ; evaluating student work; teaching adults.

Correspondence

This file contains correspondence to the university faculty via internal forum networks, sent through email, primarily teachnet@ryerson.ca.

McConnell Foundation faculty funding

This file contains McConnell Project : Proposal/Correspondence/Awards. In June 1999 Ryerson was the recipient of a $500,000 grant, over a three year period, to support the project "Transformative Learning Through Innovative Community Experiences".

Faculty Teaching Awards

File includes e-mails, programs and other materials created for the awards ceremony and the associated lecture series of award recipients. The awards are grouped into university level and faculty level. The university level are university wide, across all faculties, while the faculty awards are awarded specific to an individual faculty.

Recognition and Awards

Recognition and Awards are organized by the Ceremonial Office. They are divided under three headings with various awards for each.

Teaching and Education awards - Chancellor's Award of Distinction, President's Award for Teaching Excellence, Provost's Experiential Teaching Award, Provost's Innovative Teaching Award, Provost's Interdisciplinary Teaching Award, YSGS Outstanding Contribution to Graduate Education Awards, and Dean's Teaching Award - faculty and contract lecturers

Scholarly, Research and Creative Activity awards - Sarwan Sahota Ryerson Distinguished Scholar Award, Collaborative Research Award, Early Research Career Excellence Award, Knowledge Mobilization & Engagement Award, Social Innovation & Action Research Award, and Deans' Scholarly, Research and Creative Activity Awards

Service and Leadership awards - President's Blue and Gold Award of Excellence, Alan Shepard Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Employee Award, Errol Aspevig Award for Outstanding Academic Leadership, Linda Grayson Administrative Leadership Awards, Larissa Allen Employee Experience Staff Award, and Julia Hanigsberg Make your mark staff awards

All of the awards are celebrated at an annual Ryerson Awards night, but there are also smaller events held in conjunction with the various awards held before the annual ceremony. The recognition and awards series has been divided by year.

Samsung Panorama Slim Zoom 1150

Item is a compact point and shoot 35mm camera. It is equipped with it's 38-115mm autofocus zoom lens with macro function at the 115mm end and pre-programmed shooting modes such as double-exposure mode, burst-mode and portrait. This model offers a mechanical "Panorama" mode by putting a horizontal mask over the filmframe.

Konica Autoreflex T4

Item is a small format camera for 35mm exposures on 127 film. The kit includes a carrying case, Soligor MK-4 electronic flash, 3 Konica Hexanon lenses (135mm F3.5, 28mm F3.5, 50mm F1.7), lens hood, 4 lens filters, and Konica extension tube.

Konishiroku Photo Ind, Co., Ltd.

No. 1A Autographic Kodak Camera

Item is a black bellows and leather covered folding camera, for 2.5" x 4.25" exposures on No. A116 Autographic film. The camera features a Kodak Anastigmat f7.7/130 mm lens and a ball bearing shutter.

Minolta 16MG

Item is a subminiature camera from the Minolta series, with detachable dedicated electronic flash, carrying case, presentation case, strap and lens filters. Many accessories were available for this model, including a slide projector, enlarger, and laboratory equipment.

The Ryerson Rambler

  • RG 151
  • Archief
  • 1962-1997

The Ryerson Rambler was the magazine was the alumni magazine from 1963-1997.

Various films

Item consists of the following films in original packaging:
2 Kodak Verichrome Pan: black-and-white panchromatic film VP 122
4 Kodak Verichrome Pan: film for black-and-white prints VP 620
6 Kodak Verichrome Pan: film for black-and-white prints VP 126-12
2 Kodak Verichrome Pan: black-and-white panchromatic film VP 616
1 Kodak Verichrome Pan: film for black-and-white prints VP 127
5 Kodacolor II Film: color negative film for color prints C 120
2 Kodacolor II Film: color negative film for color prints C 116
2 Kodacolor II Film: color negative film for color prints C 127
1 Kodacolor II Film: color negative film for color prints C 616
1 Kodacolor II Film: film for colour prints C 828
1 Kodacolor II Film: film for colour prints C126-24
3 N110-24 Etco Photo film for color prints, daylight type
1 Minox Agfapan 400 Professional film
6 Minolta 16 ASA 100 DIN 21 black and white film
1 Famous Brand Triple-Print Colour Film 620
1 Film for Expo Watch Camera
2 HIT film panchromatic specialized for Toy Camera, non halation fine grain high speed

Exposed film without packaging:
2 Kodak Pan Film 116
1 Kodak Verichrome Film 118-6
1 Kodak Verichrome Film 116
3 Kodacolor II Film various sizes
1 Kodak Vericolor III Professional Film , Type S VPS 120
1 Kodak TXP-220 Professional Film

Eastman Kodak Company

The Toronto Normal School 1847-1897 Jubilee Report

2 copies of "The Toronto Normal School 1847-1897 Jubliee Report. Report contains information on the celebrations held October 31 - November 2, 1897; biographical sketches, graduate and faculty lists and other information.

Warwick Brothers & Rutter

Toronto Normal School, 1847-1947

4 copies (two hard cover and two soft cover) editions of "Toronto Normal School 1847-1947" published by the School of Graphic Arts, Ryerson Institute of Technology.

Kodak Canada - the early years 1899-1939

"Kodak Canada - the early years (1899-1939) was an exhibit mounted by the students in the Film and Photography Preservation and Collections Management program. Drawing from the Ryesron University Library Special Collections Kodak Canada Corporate Archives and Heritage Collection, the exhibit explored the development of the Kodak empire in Canada in the first half of the 20th century. The exhibit ran January 23 - February 24, 2019.

The Optics of Science - Early Western Stereographs from the Dr. Martin J Bass and and Gail Silverman Bass collection

"The Optics of Science - Early Western Stereographs from the Dr. Martin J Bass and and Gail Silverman Bass collection" was an exhibit mounted by the students in the Film and Photography Preservation and Collections Management program. The Optics of Science presented late 19th and early 20th century stereographic cards and supplementary material from the Bass Collection, part of The Image Centre’s holdings. "The exhibition and accompanying publication focus on representations of Western science and related knowledge at a time of unprecedented and rapid industrial, social, and geographical change. Comprising medical, clinical, anthropological, astronomical, and spirit photographs, the selection highlights the technical and historical intricacies associated with looking at images often entangled with colonial legacies" (https://theimagecentre.ca/exhibition/optics-of-science) The exhibit ran September 14 - October 22, 2022.

Toronto Met University Magazine

This file contains the University magazine published twice a year by the Office of University Advancement.

The magazine Alumni Relations publishes for the alumni started in 1962 as, The Rambler.

Alumni Relations felt the magazine needed to prominently show the school name in the masthead. With the Spring 1997 issue, the name changed to "Ryerson Magazine". The magazine was to be more than just an alumni affairs journal -- it was also to be used to help recruit new students and to communicate with university associates.

The next two issues, Spring 2001 and Fall 2001 were entitled, "Ryerson University the magazine".

Quickly another rename called the magazine, " Alumni magazine" with the Winter 2002/03. This name was used until the Winter 2010 issue.

In January 2011 a redesign gave another name, "Ryerson University Magazine, for Alumni and Friends". It is current and ongoing.

In April 2022 the University changed its name to Toronto Metropolitan University, so with the Summer 2022 edition the magazine changed its name to Toronto Met University Magazine.

Miscellaneous events

This file contains records and documents about various guest lectures and seminars hosted by the Ryerson History Department. Included are:

Film as Propaganda - a festival of film, February 10 - March 17, 1975
Department of History presents a series of films on issues in South Africa, Chile, and the Middle East, 1977
The Atlantic Council of Canada - NATO Today - problems and prospects, May 8, 1978
Public Lecture - "Art and Revolution" by Dr. Alexander Potts, September 29, 1980
Conference on Canada, the U. S. and NATO, May 20-23, 1987
Lecture - Mitteleuropa from the Hapsburgs to Gorbachev - Dr. Thomas Barcsay, March 6, 1989
Seminar - The Role of the Red Cross in Armed Conflicts - Pierre-Andre Conod, November 10, 1994
Seminar - Germany and European Security: Present dilemmas and past legacies - Gustav Schmidt, September 29, 1995

Posters

File contains posters created to advertise the International Issues Discussion series. Posters have been divided into folders by school year. Included are:

2009-2010
September 23, 2009: Palestinian Statelessness at the Heart of the Mideast Crisis - Dr. Juan Cole, as part of the Prospects for Peace: a forum on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
October 8, 2009: The Role of Identity in the Israeli-Palestinian Dispute - Dr. Michael Bell, as part of the Prospects for Peace: a forum on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
October 14, 2009: Why are Israelis Skeptical about Peace? - Yossi Alpher, as part of the Prospects for Peace: a forum on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
November 19, 2009: Will there ever be Peace between Israelis and Palestinians? - Dr. Yoram Peri, as part of the Prospects for Peace: a forum on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
November 25, 2009: Human Rights in Palestine-Israel: Who's Accountable? - Nadia Hijab, as part of the Prospects for Peace: a forum on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
December 2, 2009: The US and the Search for Israeli-Palestinian Peace - Dr. Robert Malley, as part of the Prospects for Peace: a forum on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
January 25, 2010: Obama a Year later... - Dr. Arne Kislenko and Dr. Rob Teigrob
March 10, 2010: The Crisis of Legitimacy in Iran - Dr. Ramin Jahanbegloo

2010-2011
October 28, 2010: The Rise of China: Global Implications, Canadian Reflections - Jeremy Paltiel
November 1, 2010: Post-Communist Russia: Lurching between success and failure - Ambassador Jeremy Kinsman, first lecture with the Department of History Distinguished Visiting Diplomat
November 4, 2010: Afghanistan and the evolving terrorist threat - Rick Nelson
December 1, 2010: A North Korean with nukes: Is there any hope? - Michael O'Hanlon
January 19, 2011: India, Pakistan and the Kashmir Issue - Amitabh Mattoo, as part of the Into the Divide - a forum on Indian and Pakistan in the World Today series
February 16, 2011: A Special Session on the Europe Union - Ambassador Jeremy Kinsman, lecture with the Department of History Distinguished Visiting Diplomat
March 2, 2011: Is the Golden Age of Canada's Foreign Policy Behind Us? - lessons from the life of John W. Holmes - Adam Chapnick
March 10, 2011: Six Faces of Intelligence: my career experiences with the "dark side" and their lessons - Tony Campbell
March 11, 2011: Human Rights and Democratic Development in Pakistan - Hina Jilani, as part of the Into the Divide - a forum on Indian and Pakistan in the World Today series
March 14, 2011: The Struggle for Democracy - a round table discussion - Dr. Christopher Gore, Ambassador Jeremy Kinsman, Dr. Ramin Jahanbegloo, and Dr. Arne Kislenko
March 17, 2010: Descent into Chaos: US Policy and the Failure of Nation Building in Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Central Asia - Ahmed Rashid, as part of the Into the Divide - a forum on Indian and Pakistan in the World Today series
March 23, 2010: Muslim Zion: Religion and the making of Pakistan - Faisal Devji, as part of the Into the Divide - a forum on Indian and Pakistan in the World Today series
April 6, 2011: Weak States and South Asia's Perennial Insecurity - Dr. T. V. Paul, as part of the Into the Divide - a forum on Indian and Pakistan in the World Today series

2011-2012
September 28, 2011: Security Since 9/11: a Decade in Review - Michel Juneau-Katsuya
October 11, 2011: The Libyan Rebellion: its wider meaning for the Middle East - Ambassador Jeremy Kinsman
October 26, 2011: The Pirates of Puntland: Inside the world of Somalia's modern day buccaneers - Jay Bahadur
November 2, 2011: Canada's National Security: reflections on strategy, priorities and goals - Dr. Linda Goldthorp
November 16, 2011: Organized Crime in Latin America: more than drugs, blood, and bullets - Luis Horacio Najera
November 30, 2011: Yes We Can? a review of US foreign relations and domestic affairs - Dr. Arne Kislenko and Dr. Rob Teigrob
January 18, 2012: News over Noise in the Age of Al Jazeera - Tony Burman, as part of the Following the Current - a forum on global affairs and news media today
February 1, 2012: Hard news, Hard times for the media: will the news get better? - John Owen, as part of the Following the Current - a forum on global affairs and news media today
February 15, 2012: The Struggle for Democracy Pt. II - a round table discussion - Ferry de Kerckhove, Dr. Arne Kislenko, Jeremy Kinsman and Ben Rowswell
February 29, 2012: Hope out of the Ruins: Stories of Optimism, Altruism and Courage from Around the World - Brian Stewart, as part of the Following the Current - a forum on global affairs and news media today
March 21, 2012: Decade of Fear: Reporting from Terrorism's Grey Zone - Michelle Shephard, as part of the Following the Current - a forum on global affairs and news media today
April 4, 2012: Forty days? How long it takes a foreign correspondant to get it - Nahlah Ayed, as part of the Following the Current - a forum on global affairs and news media today

2012-2013
September 26, 2012: 1812 The Big Picture 200 years on - Dr. Carl Benn
October 10, 2012: US Elections a Republican Party in Ruins - Geoffrey Kabaservice
October 24, 2012: Building with BRICS the rise of South Africa - Anver Saloojee
November 7, 2012: The Next Four Years, the elections, the United States, and the world - Ambassador Jeremy Kinsman, Dr. Arne Kislenko and Dr. Rob Teigrob
November 21, 2012: Nation Building under Fire: Lessons of the Last Decade in the War on Terror - Murray Brewster
December 5, 2012: From Organized to Cyber: the changing nature of cross border crime - Misha Glenny
January 30, 2013: Congo - Africa's Broken Heart - Tim Butcher
February 6, 2013: The Torture Report: the Bush administration's torture policy - Larry Siems
February 12, 2013: Ryerson Conference on Preventing Atrocities - Jeremy Kinsman, Michael Abramowitz, Jill Sinclair, Stefanie Frease, Clint Curle, Robert LaGamma, Frank Chalk, Kyle Matthews.
March 6, 2013: When Does Military Intervention Make Sense? - David Wright
March 20, 2013: Screening National Security - Brigadier General Jim Cox, Linda Goldthorp, and Tony Campbell
April 17, 2013: Gender Equality: the most important struggle on the planet - Stephen Lewis

2013-2014
September 9, 2013: Trafficking and Torture in the Sinai - rights denial and the Eritrean exodus - Dan Connell
October 2, 2013: International Perspectives on Health, Hope and Peace - Dr. Izzeldin Abuelaish
October 23, 2013: Arctic Sovereignty & Security - Historical Contexts to Contemporary Canadian Debates - P. Whitney Lackenbauer
November 6, 2013: Is Democracy Rising? the global landscape for democracy development has darkened
November 7, 2013: Afghanistan: a commander's view - Lieutenant General Jonathon Riley
November 20, 2013: Writing the Wor[l]d - Canada and the International News System - Gene Allen
January 15, 2014: The Internet after Snowden - surveillance, privacy, and the future of global communications - Ron Delbert
January 29, 2014: Preventing Stupid Deaths - poverty, tuberculosis and global health - Joy Fitzgibbon
February 12, 2014: Putin and Sochi - the quest for Russian greatness - Jeremy Kinsman and Dr. Arne Kislenko
March 12, 2014: The United Nation - irrelevant or indispensible? - Paul Heinbecker
March 19, 2014: Covering Crazy Town - the big smoke, Ford nation, and the international media - Robyn Doolittle
March 25, 2014: Mass Protests: from Kiev to Tahrir - the square, the street, and the world stage - Chrystia Freeland, Maria Stephan, Dr. Arne Kislenko, Ferry de Kerchhove, Jeremy Kinsman, Maciej Bartkowski and John Marks
March 25, 2014: Under the Sun film screening with introduction by John Marks and hosted by Jeremy Kinsman
April 2, 2014: What is Happening to our Food? - Wayne Roberts
April 9, 2014: Guns, Drugs, and Security fighting for freedom in Latin America - Luis Horacio Najera

2014-2015
September 7, 2014: Who is Watching the Watchers? - the oversight and review of Canadian intelligence - Michael Doucet
October 1, 2014: Is a Gay Rights Movement Possible in the Arab World? - Kamal Al-Soyaylee
October 15, 2014: War is a Force that Gives Us Meaning - Chris Hedges
October 29, 2014: Behind the Veil of Democracy - Burma's struggle for Freedom - Nay Phone Latt, Khin Mya Zin and Dr. Ma Thida
November 5, 2014: Sizing up the Superpowers - Russia, the United States, and the mid-term elections - David Wright, Jeremy Kinsman
November 12, 2014: Science and Diplomacy - Urs Obrist
November 26, 2014: Fighting Terrorism from the Front Line - Patrick L. Connolly
January 21, 2015: The War that Ended Peace - Remembering the First World War - Margaret MacMillan
January 28, 2015: The Future of First Nations People in Canada - Phil Fontaine
February 4, 2015: Vietnam to Boko Haram: covering a world in conflict - Don North
February 11, 2015: Putin's New Russia - Jeremy Kinsman
February 25, 2015: Prosecuting War Crimes - Ron Levi
March 11, 2015: War Stories - Documentary Field Notes - Patrick Reed
March 18, 2015: Radicalized Canadians Abroad - Amarnath Amarasingam
March 25, 2015: Tragedy, Terror and Truth in the Middle East - Jeremy Kinsman, Ferry de Kerckhove, Dr. Ramin Jahanbegloo, Dr. Bessma Momani, and Michael Bell

2015-2016
September 30, 2015 - The Future of North America - Jeremy Kinsman, Colin Robertson
November 4, 2015 - The Leash and the Lens - the oversight and review of Canadian intelligence - Michael Doucet
December 9, 2015 - Women in Security and Peacekeeping: panel discussion - Colonel Jennie Carignan, Commander Michelaine Lahaie, Staff Sergeant Kimberley O'Toole
January 20, 2016 - In Conversation with Michel Chikwanine - a former child soldier
January 27, 2016 - Modern Slavery, Ecocide, and the Secret to Saving the World - Dr. Kevin Bales
February 3, 2016 - When will we see Real Change in Iran? - Marina Nemat
February 10, 2016 - The Syrian Knot - War, Terrorism, and Conflict - Jeremy Kinsman, David Wright, Kyle Matthews
March 9, 2016 - The International Space Station - Dr. Robert Thirsk
March 16, 2016 - Canada - U.S. relations - Where are they going and how soon will they get there? - Jeremy Kinsman, Patrice Dutil, Robert Bothwell
March 23, 2016 - Predicting the Next Threat: analysis, security, and the future of intelligence - Dr. Linda Goldthorp
March 30, 2016 - Kurdistan in the Shadow of History - Susan Meiselas
April 6, 2016 - Arab Dawn - Arab Youth and the Demographic Dividend they will Bring - Dr. Bessma Momani
April 13, 2016 - Living on the Edge - Turkey, Russia, and the Syrian War - Dr. Soner Cagaptay

2016-2017
September 14, 2016 - Trafficked - a film and a conversation about students, drugs, and deception in the Caribbean - Garth and Natasha Nunez-St. Clair
October 5, 2016 - Chavismo's Last Stand - what next for Venezuela's broken revolution? - Daniel Lansberg-Rodriquez
October 19, 2016 - Texting Syria - how smartphones reframe the narrative - Liam Maloney
October 26, 2016 - Lives Lived Dangerously - the emotional health of war journalists - Dr. Anthony Feinstein
November 9, 2016 - America is Getting a New President - now what? - Jeremy Kinsman, David Shribman, David Wright
November 22, 2016 - The Middle East and Israel - war, peace and everything in between - Yonah Jeremy Bob
November 30, 2016 - Intelligence Accountability - recent developments in Canada - Michael Doucet
December 14, 2016 - Is Russia a Threat? - what should we do? - Eva Salinas, Jeremy Kinsman, Chris Alexander
January 25, 2017 - The Brazilian Indigenous Nations - a brief history of genocide and the fight for survival - Flavio de Leao Bastos Pereira
February 8, 2017 - Nigeria - from South to the North and back again - Glenna Gordan
February 15, 2017 - Europe on the brink - populism, nationalism, and brexit - Jeremy Kinsman, Eric Reguly, Eva Salinas, Jason Langrish
March 1, 2017 - The Enduring Political Impact of Racist Hate Groups - Facing the KKK - David Cunningham
March 29, 2017 - From Far and Wide: Refugee resettlement in Canada - Leyland Cecco
April 5, 2017 - War is only half the Story - Sara Terry

2017-2018
September 13, 2017 - Investigative Journalism in a dangerous country - Adela Navarro
September 27, 2017 - The U. S. Government's Secret Doomsday Plans - Garrett M. Graff
October 18, 2017 - Taming the Wild West on Online Politics - Tales from "Who Targets Me?" - Sam Jeffers
October 25, 2017 - Because I Say So: Authenticity in the Age of Fake News - Greg Kelly
November 8, 2017 - 100 Years Since Russia's Revolution - what does it mean today and where is Russia heading - Jeremy Kinsman
November 29, 2017 - Democracy in the Age of Trump - trials, tribulations and resilience - Michael Singer
January 24, 2018 - South Sudan - uncovering human rights abuses through media - Grant McDonald
February 7, 2018 - Intelligence: the necessity and perils of prediction - Greg Fyffe
February 14, 2018 - Neighbourhood Watch: NAFTA and the future of North America - Jeremy Kinsman, Lawrence L. Herman, Eva Salinas
February 28, 2018 - Iraqi Kurds: from fighting for survival to seeking statehood - Ayub Nuri
March 14, 2018 - Counter-terrorism from Canada to ISIS - an insiders discussion of all things jihadist - Mubin Shaikh
April 4, 2018 - Towards a Feminist Foreign Policy - Elmira Bayrasli, Lauren Dobson-Hughes, Lamia Naji, Eva Salinas
April 10, 2018 - Accommodation or Confrontation? U.S. Policy and Iran - Mark Dubowitz

Textual records

File contains email and media advisory announcements for various events held as part of the International Issues Discussion series. Included is information about:
March 16, 2009: OIL! Energy and the International Economy - Joe Barnes
September 23, 2009: Palestinian Statelessness at the Heart of the Mideast Crisis - Dr. Juan Cole
October 8, 2009: The Role of Identity in the Israeli-Palestinian Dispute - Michael Bell
October 14, 2009: Why are Israelis Skeptical about Peace? - Yossi Alpher
January 25, 2010: Obama - A Year Later - Dr. Robert Teigrob, Dr. Arne Kislenko
November 1, 2010: Post-Communist Russia: Lurching between Success and Failure - Jeremy Kinsman
December 1, 2010: Hope for a Nuclear Free North Korea in face of Rising Tension - Michael O'Hanlon

International Issues Series

The International Issues Discussion (IID) series is a student-led forum designed to engage all members of the university community on major events and issues in contemporary global affairs through reasoned, objective, and scholarly discourse. It is a strictly non-partisan, unaffiliated, and apolitical group that welcomes all students to get involved and further their understanding of the world today.The IID was founded in 2005 by two Ryerson students and two faculty members, Dr. Arne Kislenko (History) and Dr. Dale Carl (Business). File includes published materials, brochures, emails, and posters and has been divided into 2 sub-series: Textual records and Posters

Ryerson Lectures in the History of Technology posters

File contains posters for the Ryerson Lectures in the History of Technology hosted by the Department of History.
Included are records for:
Lecture 1 February 7, 1980: "Technology's the Answer...but that's not question" - Dr. Melvin Kranzberg, Georgia Institute of Technology and editor or "Technology and Culture"
Lecture 2 February 12, 1981: "Machine Civilization on Stage and on Trial" - Dr. Bruce Sinclair, Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology, University of Toronto
Lecture 8 January 22, 1987: "Cryptology in Modern War and Diplomacy" - Dr. David Kahn
Lecture 9 January 28, 1988: "Science in the Canadian Arctic 1818-1918 from Ross to Stefansson" - Dr. Trevor Levere, Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology, University of Toronto
Lecture 11 January 25, 1989: "From ENIAC to EDSAC Who really invented computers" - Dr. Michael Williams, University of Calgary

Ryerson Lectures in the History of Technology textual records

File contains announcement and invitations for Ryerson Lectures in the History of Technology hosted by the Department of History.
Included are records for:
Lecture 1 February 7, 1980: "Technology's the Answer...but That's Not the Question" - Dr. Melvin Kranzberg, Georgia Institute of Technology and editor of "Technology and Culture"
Lecture 2 February 12, 1981: "Machine Civilization on Stage and on Trial" - Dr. Bruce Sinclair, Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology, University of Toronto
Lecture 4 January 26, 1983: "The Chineseness of Chinese Technology - the Ancient Roots" - Dr. Ursula Franklin, professor of Metallurgy, University of Toronto
Lecture 6 January 24, 1985: "The Courtly Pleasures of Engineering in the Renaissance" - Dr. Bert Hall, University of Toronto
Lecture 11 January 25, 1989: "From ENIAC to EDSAC: Who really invented the computer?" - Dr. Michael R. Williams, University of Calgary

Ryerson Lectures in the History of Technology

Subseries contains posters, invitations and announcements in relation to the "History of Technology" lecture series. The lecture series frequently hosted guest lecturers from around the world to give talks about how technology impacted certain aspects of our lives or events in history.
Subseries has been divided into 2 files:
RG 92.02.01.01 Textual records
RG 92.02.01.02 Posters

Lectures, Conferences, and seminars

This series contains documents and records created by the history department which pertain to specific lecture series and guest lecturers and seminars. The two primary sub-series are Ryerson Lectures in the History of Technology, and the International Issues Discussion series. Documents range from the 1970's to 2010.

Correspondence

This file contains correspondence and internal memos concerning the Department of History's faculty.

Administrative and Internal Records

This series contains documents and records related to the administration and internal communications of the Department of History during the years of 1967-2012. The series has been divided into four files - course syllabi, correspondence, curriculum vitae, and job postings

Curriculum Vitae

File contains curriculum vitae for Ralph Dye, Frank Abbott, Thomas Barcsay, Terry Byram, and Colin Thorne.

Toronto Symphony Orchestra "Campus Concerts" tickets

Two tickets for the Toronto Symphony Orchestra "Campus Concerts" concert held at Ryerson Theatre on March 11, 1967 at 8:30pm.
Tickets were for seats F 23 and F 24 and cost $2.50 each.
The concert featured Niklaus Wyss as conductor and Thomas Monohan Jr on Double Bass. Symphony played Bach-Brandenburg Concerto No. 3; Giannini-Psalm of Bass and Orchestra; and Beethoven Symphony No. 3 (Eroica).

Grant Collingwood photographic fonds

  • 2021.003
  • Archief
  • 1947-1996

The Collingwood collection contains 35mm, 120mm and 4x5 negatives as well as prints and color slides. Grant Collingwood photographed Toronto from 1940s to 1990s. The collection consists of photographs of jazz musician, street views of Toronto, events and trade fairs, weddings, architecture and the office culture. Additionally, there are photographs of manufacturers and machinery.

Grant Collingwood

Disc 1 - Ryerson Events, 2003-2004

Disc contains photographs taken by the University's photographers a variety of events including :

  • 2003 campus carnival clown
  • 2003-05-08 Andy Barry Panel Discussion
  • 2003-05-10 Alumni reunion at the Senator restaurant
  • 2003-10-10 Homecoming
  • 2004 Twenty-Five Year Club
  • 2004 Alumni Achievement Awards
  • 2004 Campaign Launch
  • 2004 Campus Carnival
  • 2004 Continuing Education/CESAR Awards
  • 2004 Disability Studies Awards
  • 2004 Ed Burtynsky AGO Exhibit
  • 2004 GM event
  • 2004 Information Technology Management Awards

Twenty-Five Year Club : framed photo and documentation, 2007

Sub-series consists of a framed photograph by 4th year Image Arts - Photography student, Cameron Smith, and presented by President Sheldon Levy to each Club member in recognition of long service and dedication. Photograph, Late Devo, is one of a series entitled, "Toronto @ Twilight". It shows Lake Devo and the parking lot during the earliest stages of the Metropolis Complex construction. Documentation is included.

Twenty-Five Year Club, 1989

File contains photographs and negatives of the Ryerson Polytechnical Institute's 25 Year Club dinner. Photographs include images of various faculty and staff including: Adam Fuerstenberg, Joan O'Connell, Arie Reedyk, Gus Zaks, Nicholas Siller, Wayne Detcher and others . File also contains 1 page of textual material.

Ryerson Media Centre

Twenty-Five Year Club, 1991

File contains photographs and negatives of the Ryerson Polytechnical Institute's 25 Year Club. Photographs include images of various inductees and guests including: Ryerson President Terry Grier. Ralph Myers and others. File also contains 3 pages of textual material.

Ryerson Media Centre

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