Fonds MG 188 - S.A. Gingell fonds

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S.A. Gingell fonds

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MG 188

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  • 1974-1997 (Creation)

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80 cm of textual records

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Susan Alison Gingell was born at Shalford, England on 3 April 1951. A feminist and cross-cultural teacher, editor and critic, Gingell graduated from York University in 1971 (B.A.), Queen's University in 1974 (M.A.) and the University of Toronto in 1977 (Ph.D.). She joined the University of Saskatchewan in 1977 and having progressed through the ranks is a professor of English and of Women's and Gender Studies. Gingell is a member and executive member of several Canadian academic and professional organizations, the author of several articles, chapters in books, monographs and children's poems as well as the editor of a volume on E.J. Pratt.

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This fonds contains correspondence, memoranda, reports and other documents relating to Gingell's involvement in women's issues and gender studies at the U of S as well as addresses, published articles and reviews pertaining to her teaching and research activities.

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This fonds is arranged into two series:
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II. University

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