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#1 - Women And Words - Introductory Hour

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of the first of six hours of the Women and Words program. The hosts are Lauren [Jang] and Candace [Kerr]. The radio program highlights workshops, readers, panels, and speakers from the Women and Words conference, an international and bilingual conference on women and the written word that happened at UBC. The first hour includes an introduction and overview of the conference, as well as selected speeches.

#2 - Women And Words - Women And The Media

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of the second of six hours of the Women and Words program. The hosts are Lauren [Jang] and Candace [Kerr]. The radio program highlights workshops, readers, panels, and speakers from the Women and Words conference, an international and bilingual conference on women and the written word that happened at UBC. The second hour focuses on the theme of women and the media.

#3 - Women And Words - Language Hour

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of the third of six hours of the Women and Words program. The radio program highlights workshops, readers, panels, and speakers from the Women and Words conference, an international and bilingual conference on women and the written word that happened at UBC. The third hour focuses on the theme of language and criticism in women's writing, and includes a piece by Brenda [Kilpatrick] on Media Watch and the CRTC; and [Hilary Mackie] on women's news.

#4 - Women And Words - Theatre Hour

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of the fourth of six hours of the Women and Words program. The radio program highlights workshops, readers, panels, and speakers from the Women and Words conference, an international and bilingual conference on women and the written word that happened at UBC. The fourth hour focuses on the theme of women in the theatre. The hour is hosted by Sally Ireland. Guests include Paula [Jardin], Solange [Kalan] on the development of feminist theatre in Quebec, Margaret Hollingsworth on the structure of women's plays and Pam Hawthorn.

#6 - Women And Words Special - Sexual Politics Of Women And Writing

  • AM1549-S01-F10-: 2009-116.0136-: 2009-116.0136.1
  • Part
  • Oct. 15, 1983
  • Part of Co-op Radio fonds

Part is an audio recording of the sixth of six hours of the Women and Words program. The radio program highlights workshops, readers, panels, and speakers from the Women and Words conference, an international and bilingual conference on women and the written word that happened at UBC. The last hour focuses on sexual politics of women and writing and is hosted by Julie Riddington.

Alice poem

Item is an audio reel containing a reading of a poem. The tape case suggests that the author/ readers name is Alice.

Brown Bagger : Diamond, Sara : the heat is on

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a talk by Sara Diamond. Description on tape case: "Keynote speech to conference, The Heat Is On; Women on Art on Sex; sponsored by Women in Focus; the conference is about pornography and censorship, looking at sexual images created by women."

Brown Bagger : Evans, Jane : women's studies as a political tool

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a talk by Jane Evans. Description on tape case: "Jane Evans, vice-president of the national Action Committee on the Status of Women; from the conference Women and College Education in BC: Where is our Future?; her opening address is entitled "Women's Studies As A Political Tool"; the conference was put on by the College-Institute Educators' Association of BC, held May 3-5, 1986; recorded at Douglas College."

Brown Bagger : Gale, Lorena : breaking stereotypes - identifying issues facing artists from visible minorities : 1 of 2

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring talks from a forum at the Women in View Festival. Description on tape case: "A forum held at the Women in View festival, Jan 19-Feb 4, 1990; Lorena Gale (moderator); Zainub Verjee (film producer); Margo Kane (actress); Yasmin Jiwani (communications); Leslie Komoro (Taiko drummer); Carmen Rodriguez (writer); This forum sheds light on common concerns, embraces differences and finds mutual links between artists from different cultures and disciplines; reel 1 of 2."

Brown Bagger : Gale, Lorena : breaking stereotypes - identifying issues facing artists from visible minorities : 2 of 2

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring talks from a forum at the Women in View Festival. Description on tape case: "A forum held at the Women in View festival, Jan 19-Feb 4, 1990; Lorena Gale (moderator); Zainub Verjee (film producer); Margo Kane (actress); Yasmin Jiwani (communications); Leslie Komoro (Taiko drummer); Carmen Rodriguez (writer); This forum sheds light on common concerns, embraces differences and finds mutual links between artists from different cultures and disciplines; reel 2 of 2."

Brown Bagger : In Visible Colours : celebrating our cinema

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a talk by Maria Angelica Lemos from a panel at In Visible Colours. Description on tape case: "One of the sessions of Invisible Colours, the International Festival of Films and Videos by Third World Women and Women of Colour, held in Vancouver from Nov 15-19, 1989; delegates from many countries around the world brought their films and videos to show and to take part in discussions; this particular reel is the second half of the symposium titled 'celebrating our cinema'; the first speaker is Maria Angelica Lemos from Brazil."

Brown Bagger : In Visible Colours : the risk of self-definition

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a panel called 'The Risk of Self-Definition' comprised of Goretti Mapalunga, Julia Barco, and [Qing Lu]. Description on tape case: "One of the sessions of Invisible Colours, the International Festival of Films and Videos by Third World Women and Women of Colour, held in Vancouver from Nov 15-19, 1989; delegates from many countries around the world brought their films and videos to show and to take part in discussions; moderator is Lorraine Chan; 'Session 2'."

Brown Bagger : In Visible Colours : voices [and] new visions

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a panel called 'Voices and New Visions' comprised of Gloria Ribe, So Yong Kim, and Manjira Datta. Description on tape case: "One of the sessions of Invisible Colours, the International Festival of Films and Videos by Third World Women and Women of Colour, held in Vancouver from Nov 15-19, 1989; delegates from many countries around the world brought their films and videos to show and to take part in discussions; moderator is Yasmin Jiwani; 'Session 3'."

Brown Bagger : Jain, Devki : women [and] development

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring an interview with Devki Jain. Description on tape case: "An interview with Devki Jain, a feminist in India who has been working at bringing 3rd world women into discussions on the status of women; interviewed by Punam Khosla; Devki is interested in issues of international development."

Brown Bagger : Jardeli, Najwa : women in Palestine

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a talk by Najwa Jardeli with an introduction by Herb George. Description on tape case: "Jardeli is from The Palestinian Union of Women's Work Committees in the Occupied Territories. She talks about the intifada and the role of women in the struggle, also addressing the question of the possibility of peace."

Brown Bagger : Jewett, Pauline : women [and] higher education

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a talk by Pauline Jewett. Description on tape case: "This was the keynote address for the conference on Women and College Education; Pauline Jewett is former NDP MP, education and university president; recorded at Douglas College."

Brown Bagger : Mahindroo, V. : women of India

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a talk by Vaiju Mahindroo. Description on tape case: "Vaiju Mahindroo is an Indian journalist. She talks about the women of India and the barriers to their advancement; recorded by Enesco Radio in Paris, France; transcript to tape is enclosed in box."

Brown Bagger : McDougall, M.L. : the impact of restraint on women in the College-Institute System

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a talk by Mary Lynn Stewart-McDougall. Description on tape case: "Speaker is Mary Lynn Stewart-McDougall, a professor of history & women's studies at SFU and author of several books. She is the BC representative to the Board of Directors of the Canadian Research Institute for the Advancement of Women; this is part of the conference, Women and College Education; recorded at Douglas College."

Brown Bagger : Schreiber, T. : women in prison - getting in, staying in : part 1 of 2

Item is an audio reel containing the first half of an episode of Brown Bagger produced by Tatiana Schreiber. Description on tape case: "Produced by Tatiana Schreiber; documentary on the impact of incarceration on women prisoners in the U.S.: how do women cope with daily life behind bars; what happens to the children of women prisoners; what are visits like; developing friendships in prison; prisoner-staff dynamics."

Brown Bagger : Schreiber, T. : women in prison - getting in, staying in : part 2 of 2

Item is an audio reel containing the second half of an episode of Brown Bagger produced by Tatiana Schreiber. Description on tape case: "Produced by Tatiana Schreiber; documentary on the impact of incarceration on women prisoners in the U.S.: can women dealing with substance abuse (85%) recover from their addiction in prison; learning skills which will lead to good jobs after release; the difficulties of uniting families; the problems with probation and parole officers."

Brown Bagger : Sen, Gita : women [and] development

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring an interview with Gita Sen. Description on tape case: "Gita Sen is interviewed by Co-op reporter Punam Khosla; Sen is from the Center for Development Studies in Trivandrum, India. She was spokesperson for a Thurd World women's network on development issues. She is associated with DAWN (a network of women from third world countries); recorded at a conference to mark the end of the U.N. Decade of Women."

Brown Bagger : Spender, Dale : man made language

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring a talk by Dale Spender. Description on tape case: "Dale Spender is an Australian feminist and author. 'Man Made Language' is her best known book.; recorded by Jacqui Goodwin."

Brown Bagger : Visusizwe : Black theatre in [South] Africa [part 1 of 2]

Item is an audio reel containing the first part of an episode of Brown Bagger featuring an interview with the Visusizwe Players by Louie Ettling. Description on tape case: "An interview with the Visusizwe Players, a Black S. African theatre company which is made up of 3 women actors; the play they were working was titled 'Strike A Woman And You Strike A Rock'; interviewed by Louie Ettling."

Brown Bagger : Visusizwe : Black theatre in [South] Africa [part 2 of 2]

Item is an audio reel containing the second part of an episode of Brown Bagger featuring an interview with the Visusizwe Players by Louie Ettling. Description on tape case: "An interview with the Visusizwe Players, a Black S. African theatre company which is made up of 3 women actors; the play they were touring was titled "Strike A Woman And You Strike A Rock"; interviewed by Louie Ettling."

Brown Bagger : Watkins, Sue - The Horn of Africa

Item is an audio reel containing an episode of Brown Bagger featuring an interview with Sue Watkins by Meredith Woods. Description on tape case: "Sue Watkins is a UN Development Officer for the Horn of Africa; She is interviewed by Meredith Woods of Co-op Radio for an IWD program."

Canadian Artists : Women + Art: ISIS

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of an episode of Women + Art. Case notes: ISIS [Women in Film chapter] Women's Film Collective; Mo Simpson and Liz Walker; No Daub; produced by Jacqueline Menard.

Canadian Women of Colour Filmmakers

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of discussion with Canadian Women of Colour Filmmakers. The event most likely took place during the In Visible Colours Festival.

Fun but not fattening : poetry

Item is an audio reel containing a recording of a poetry reading by Francesca Newton-Mass and Jane Newton-Moss. Description on tape case: "Francesca Newton-Mass and her daughter Jane Newton-Moss at West End Community Centre reading poetry and prose; Rec by Peter Grant."

HCWT - Palau - BGS [plus] FX [effects] - components [channel 5]

Item contains original sound mix elements for the one hour network television documentary "Have camera, will travel - Art Brewer - assignment Palau." Channel 5. One minute tone at head; track includes background and ambient sound noises including: traffic sounds, some talking, crowd noises, doors, rain, a camera shutter clicking, wind, water sounds and breathing/dive sounds. Periods of silence.

HCWT - Palau - BGS [plus] FX [effects] - components [channel 6]

Item contains original sound mix elements for the one hour network television documentary "Have camera, will travel - Art Brewer - assignment Palau." Channel 6. One minute tone at head; includes ambient noise including sounds of: traffic and vehicle motors, rain, wind, water sounds, a motorboat motor, some voices, the sound of a camera shutter, breathing/diving sounds, surf, and children laughing. Some sections are silent.

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