Fonds MG 561 - Carol Morrell fonds

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Carol Morrell fonds

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MG 561

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  • 1986-1995 (Creation)

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5 cm of textual records
1 video cassette

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Carol Morrell received her BA (1966) from the University of New Brunswick, and earned her MA from the University of Toronto (1968). Prior to returning to UNB to earn her PhD (1984), she worked in London, England, as an assistant editor for ARTbibliographies MODERN and was a free-lance journalist. She also served briefly as managing editor for Fiddlehead Poetry Books in Fredericton, New Brunswick. She taught part-time at UNB while completing her dissertation; and joined the faculty at the University of Saskatchewan in 1985, as assistant professor of English. She served as co-chair of the Dean of Arts and Science’s Special Committee on Women’s Studies (1989-1990) and was one of three members of the Ad Hoc Committee of Academic Affairs looking into Women’s Studies at the University of Saskatchewan. Dr. Morrell retired from the University on 1 January 2008.

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This fonds focuses on the initial proposals for courses relating to women’s studies at the University of Saskatchewan, leading eventually to the development of the department of Women’s and Gender Studies. The organization reflects the description of materials provided by the donor.

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Donated to the University Archives & Special Collections by Carol Morrell in June 2015.


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