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Department of Sociology fonds

  • RG 2044
  • Fonds
  • 1967-1990

This fonds contains correspondence, memoranda, minutes, and publications regarding all aspects of the administration of the department.

University of Saskatchewan. College of Arts and Science. Department of Sociology

Linvill F. and Avra G. Watson fonds

  • MG 222
  • Fonds
  • 1937-1990 (inclusive) ; 1960-1980 (predominant)

This fonds contains personal, academic and research material related to the interests and activities of Linvill F. and Avra G. Watson.

Watson, Linvill Fielding

P.A. Sorokin collection

  • MG 449
  • Fonds
  • 1867-1997 (inclusive) ; 1930-1986 (predominant)

This fonds contains Sorokin's: manuscripts, published works, correspondence, clippings, Harvard University Administrative files, and administrative files of the Research Centre for Creative Alturism. Also included are a few photographs, a microfilm and cassette tapes, as well as works by others about Sorokin and his theories. Some of the material about Sorokin was added after his death.

Sorokin, Pitirim A.

Patricia Monture fonds

  • MG 539
  • Fonds
  • 1960-2010 (inclusive) ; 1980-2005 (predominant)

This fonds includes materials relating to Patricia Monture’s teaching, research, and professional activities on campus, as well as an extensive collection of materials relating to Indigenous rights, women’s rights, Indigenous women’s rights, the Canadian justice system, and how the Canadian justice system interacts with Aboriginal, female, and Aboriginal female offenders. The papers also explore issues of child welfare and domestic violence. A number of legal documents are included, as are materials relating to Indigenous self-governance, treaties, and the Indian Act. Also included are materials relating to Monture’s involvement in a number of national commissions including the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples, the task force on federally sentenced women, and the task force on the use of solitary confinement in federal prisons. Through Monture’s correspondence, it is possible to get a sense of what it was like working as an Indigenous woman in academia during this period.

Monture, Patricia