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Antoinette de Mirecourt or Secret Marrying and Secret Sorrowing

This sub-series includes permission letters, collations, and microfilm relating to the production of Antoinette de Mirecourt or Secret Marrying and Secret Sorrowing. The permission files consist of correspondence with the Royal Ontario Museum and Carleton University Press regarding photographs of Cornelius Kriegnoff, August Kollner and Alice Killay's work. There is one microfilm reel of Antoinette de Mirecourt or Secret Marrying and Secret Sorrowing as used for collation.

John C. Stockdale edited Antoinette de Mirecourt or Secret Marrying and Secret Sorrowing (1864) by Rosanna Leprohon in 1989, the sixth CEECT scholarly text. This publication is abbreviated ANT throughout the CEECT fonds.

Applications

This sub-series consists of applications submitted by CEECT, including letters of intent and supporting documentation for SSHRC funding.

CEECT applied for major editorial negotiated grants in 1981 and 1986. These applications required CEECT to demonstrate its research and intent at each stage of the process.

CEECT related

This sub-series consists of correspondence related to CEECT-related activities including the Informal Colloquium.

CEECT invited and consulted American scholar David Nordloh on editorial principles in the early stages of the project. In 1981, CEECT held an Informal Colloquium between the CEECT Editorial Board and David Nordloh with a particular focus on the editorial practices that CEECT would employ with its editors and texts.

Canadian Crusoes, A Tale of the Rice Lake Plains

This sub-series includes collations and microfilm. The microfilm file consists of three microfilm reels of Canadian Crusoes, A Tale of the Rice Lake Plains including Lost in the Backwoods (1882) used for collation.

Rupert Schieder edited Canadian Crusoes, A Tale of the Rice Lake Plains (1852) by Catharine Parr Traill in 1986, the second CEECT scholarly text. This publication is abbreviated CAN throughout the CEECT fonds.

Carleton University

This sub-series consists of correspondence with Carleton University faculty and staff with a particular focus on funding.

CEECT conducted much of its business through and with Carleton University. Several departments at Carleton University contributed financially to CEECT; funds came from the Dean of Arts, the Dean of Graduate Studies, Dean of Social Sciences, and Dean of Science.

Carleton University Press

This sub-series consists of correspondence with Carleton University Press (CUP), including press catalogues.

Carleton University Press (CUP) published and launched each of CEECT's editions. Michael Gnarowski, Director of CUP, was a prominent figure in the publication process of these texts, and served on CEECT's Editorial Board.

Centre for Editing Early Canadian Texts conferences

This sub-series includes eighteen audio tapes from the 1981 informal colloquium and 1983 conference, both of which were concerned with the editorial procedures of scholarly texts

CEECT held two conferences in 1983 and 1993 pertaining to scholarly editing procedures. The Social Sciences and Humanities Research of Canada grant awarded to CEECT in 1981 stipulated CEECT host a conference on its practices and the contribution of its work to the field of scholarly editing in Canada and elsewhere.

Correspondence

This sub-series consists of correspondence between Centre for Editing Early Canadian Texts staff and Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) staff pertaining to grants administered by SSHRC and applications for SSHRC funding.

CEECT regularly corresponded with Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council staff from 1981-1995 regarding its applications and grants for funding.

Editorial Board

This sub-series consists of minutes taken from the CEECT Editorial Board.

The Editorial Board was concerned primarily with the practicalities of editorial procedures specific to each CEECT text. The frequency of the Board's meetings varied; the Board's meetings were monthly in the beginning, and were held three of four times annually in later years.

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