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Science education

Series consists of interviews conducted by Maureen McTeer for the online show, Science Bytes. The interviews are dated between 1999-2001. The interviews are recorded on CD-ROMs and VHS tapes. The series also includes transcripts and notes.

Research files

This series consists of research files compiled, created and used by Donald McEown in the writing of Creating Carleton: the Shaping of a University. Records detail the history of Carleton from its beginnings through to the 1980s. Documentation includes statistical, legal, operational and logistical records, as well as financial, and strategic planning material. Draft copies of the manuscript of Creating Carleton and related correspondence and news clippings are also included.


This series consists of print photographs and slides which include aerial views and plans of the Carleton campus; exterior shots of buildings, both during construction and once completed; construction and other contemporaneous data; and graphs and organizational charts of departments and faculties at Carleton.

Don McEown fonds

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  • Fonds
  • 1934-2008

The fonds consists of research files created, used, and accumulated by Donald McEown in the production of Creating Carleton: The Shaping of a University and similar projects.

McEown, Donald

Non-university committees

Dr. McDougall was involved in various committees dedicated to the advocacy of Canadian literature. They are: the Consultative Group on Scholarly Publishing in Canada, the Governor's General Awards Committee, and the Canada Council-Periodicals Committee. The series consists of correspondence, reports, programs, and critiques that Dr. McDougall accumulated while participating on these committees.

University Committees (1957-1982)

Series consists of minutes, correspondence, proposals, appendices, statistics, critiques, lists, and newsletters that Dr. McDougall accumulated while participating in the various committees.

Dr. McDougall participated in University committees during his years at Carleton College, later Carleton University. Such organizations have been the English Ph.D. Committee, Discipline Group for English Committee, Centennial Committee, Carleton Library Project-Reprint Committee, Interfaith Committee and other University affiliated committees.

Literary conference material

Series consists of correspondence, essays, programs, reports, notes, maps, flyers that Dr. McDougall accumulated and created in his various roles as participant, speaker and Co-Director.

Dr. McDougall attended several conferences that discussed the various aspects of Canadian Literature. The conferences Dr. McDougall attended were the Ontario Library Association, Humanities Association of Canada, National Federation of Canadian University Students, Conference on Editing Problems, Conference of the Canadian Novel, Conference on Biography and Canadian Literature.

Canadian Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies

Series consists of correspondence, circulars, membership lists, committee documents, newsletters, clippings and conference programs that Dr. McDougall created and accumulated while he was a member and when he held the post of International Chairman. Series also consists of material from Queen's University. Queen's University debated whether or not to establish an Commonwealth and Comparative Studies undergrad program and asked Dr. McDougall for a letter of recommendation.

This organization is the Canadian branch of the International Organization. The Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies encourages the study and research in Commonwealth literature, languages and related fields. The Association encourages comparative studies such as the study of the relationship between English and indigenous literatures and languages.

Institute of Canadian Studies

Series consists of minutes, proposals, candidate lists, correspondence, and letter log created and accumulated by Dr. McDougall while he was Director of the Institute for Canadian Studies. The series includes a report to the University College, University of Toronto about establishing a Canadian Studies undergrad at University College, University of Toronto.

The Institute of Canadian Studies was established in 1957 as an administrative unit of the Division of Humanities and Social Sciences of the Faculty of Arts and Science. In 1963, when the University reorganized into four faculties, the Institute of Canadian Studies became part of the Faculty of Arts, where it remained until 1976. When the Faculty of Arts separated into two faculties, the Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Social Science, the Institute of Canadian Studies joined the Faculty of Arts. In 1992, the Institute became the School of Canadian Studies.

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