Mount Saint Vincent University Archives houses the institutional records of Mount Saint Vincent College and University, including faculty and alumnae collections, as well as select community records pertaining to social justice issues.
This item is a recording of a wow meeting and is two tracks. Content begins on Track A at 00:04:30. The women at this meeting are not named and do not go by an agenda. It appears to be a planning meeting for a speakers series or conference. Content on Track B begins at 00:00:00 and appears to be a continuation of the same meeting.
This recording contains interviews with readers and authors attending Word on the Street, a book and magazine festival in Halifax. Includes interviews with authors Charles Saunders, Gordon Rogers, David Helwig, and David Woods; playwright and Member of Parliament Wendy Lill; Word on the Street organizer Joan Brown Hicks; and a reading from Lesley Choyce.
This item is a recording of the second half of a class lecture given by Professor Deborah Poff, and recorded for distance education. Professor Poff discusses the theories of Elizabeth Dodson Grey and the sexism within hierarchies.
This item is a recording of a class lecture given by Professor Deborah Poff, recorded for distance education. Professor Poff discusses the theories of Elizabeth Dodson Grey and the sexism within hierarchies.
This recording contains a rally in which women from 33 different countries met at Mount Saint Vincent University to "develop new alternative in search of peace." University President E. Margaret Fulton speaks at this rally.