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Dalhousie University. Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. Department of Theatre. File
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Costume studies course materials and other documents

File includes a variety of documents related to Robert Doyle's activities at Dalhousie University and the costume studies courses that he taught. The documents include photocopies of articles, course descriptions, student assessments, personal notes, memos, brochures for the theatre department, a booklet called "A Guide to Academic Procedures," agendas for departmental meetings, and production meeting minutes.

Dalhousie correspondence and appointment letters

File contains appointment letters, contracts, and other correspondence related to Robert Doyle's activities at Dalhousie University. The file contains correspondence between Robert Doyle and Bonnie Best-Fleming (Reserve Assistant, Dalhousie University Library); Donald D. Betts (Dean, Faculty of Arts and Science); Dr. Howard Clark (President); Basil Cohen; Brian C. Crocker (University Secretary and Legal Counsel); Leland Crowell (Co-ordinator, Employee Benefits); Henry Hicks (President); James Grey (Dean); D. Johnson (Officer); L. H. Lawrence (Chair, Department of Theatre); W. Andrew MacKay (President); Oriel C. L. MacLennan (Information Services, Dalhousie University Library); Susie Manthey; Dr. Overton; Peter Perina; Richard Roy (Director, Paris American Academy); Cindy Russel; Alasdair M. Sinclair (Vice President, Academic & Research); Rowland Smith (Dean, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences); Lynn Sorge; Graham D. Taylor (Dean, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences); and Patrick Vallee.

Information about the deferral of Doyle's appointment to full professorship and other documents

File contains information about the construction of items for Parks Canada, a paper called "Scenography" by Peter Perina, a short story called "The Annotated Women" by Robert Doyle, "The History of Competitive Sports and the Modern Olympics" by Robert Doyle, rejection letters from various Canadian and America book publishers, and correspondence about the deferral of Doyle's appointment to full professorship. The file also contains documents about Sheila Stivens and her position as Craft Officer with the Nova Scotia Department of Recreation, including letters to Sheila Stiven from various people, correspondence from Robert Doyle about her position, and her curriculum vitae.

Information about retirement and other documents

File contains various documents related to Robert Doyle's activities at Dalhousie University. The documents include information about retirement benefits, correspondence about the Blackmore Award, a character sketch assignment description, reviews of the Costume Studies program, and unit reviews. Correspondence include letters and memorandums to and from Robert Doyle, Peter Perina, Lynn Sorge, Amy Sampson, Ray D. Byham (Assistant Dean, Student Matters), John T. O'Brien, and Tanis Delaney.
The file contains several student letters of endorsement for the Costume Studies program. The file also contains a photocopied map of the Halifax Metro Centre.

Dalhousie Faculty Association documents and other items

File contains various documents related to the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences and the Dalhousie Faculty Assocaiton. The file contains a spiral bound book called "A Collective Agreement between the Board of Governors of Dalhousie College and University and the Dalhousie Faculty Association. The file also contains several memorandums to the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. Lastly, the file contains Robert Doyle's membership card to the Dalhousie Faculty Club.

Student correspondence and other documents

File contains correspondence about the Dr. Basil Cooke Award, a lecture schedule, correspondence from students, a list of student addresses, a memorandum about the faculty academic priorities ranking process, departmental meeting agenda and minutes, student assessment of instruction forms, unit reviews and unit review responses. The file includes reference letters for Mark De Coste; Freda Larade; Gail Worobey; Beata Slesinski; and Amanda Stapells. The file also contains letters from Avery Anderson; Monique B. Moffatt; Vivien Lau; James A. W.; Alison West; Tanya Shaw; and Patsy, which are mostly letters accepting invitations to return to the program.

Costume studies course materials and other documents

File contains material from costume studies courses taught by Robert Doyle between 1990 and 1992. The documents include examinations, class lists, grades, student assessments, written assignments completed by students, class handouts, and personal notes. The file also contains a report of the review committee for the Costume Studies program and a program for "The Hand of Creation," a show of costumes put on by costume studies students on April 10th, 1991.

Costume studies course materials

File contains course outlines, class schedules, mark breakdowns, class supply lists, and student grades for course taught by Robert Doyle between 1991 and 1995. The courses represented in this file include History of the Costume, The Designer's Language, Costume in Performance, Textile Fabrication, Tailoring, and others.

Daily plan and record book

File contains Robert Doyle's daily plan and record book from 1990-1992. The book is a spiral bound notebook with lined paper, designed to by used as a daily plan book by teachers. The notebook is mostly full but most pages of notes are undated. There are several other sheets of paper tucked between pages of the notebook, such as student grades,assignment descriptions, and pamphlets.

Daily plan and record book

File contains Robert Doyle's daily plan and record book for the 1992-1993 school year. The book is a spiral bound notebook with lined paper, designed to by used as a daily plan book by teachers. The notebook is mostly full but most pages of notes are undated. There are several other sheets of paper tucked between pages of the notebook, such as course handouts, class schedules, student grades, correspondence, and contact information.

Daily plan and record book

File contains Robert Doyle's daily plan and record book from 1994 to 1995. The book is a spiral bound notebook with lined paper. The notebook is mostly full but most pages of notes are undated. There are several other sheets of paper tucked between pages of the notebook, such as an examination booklet, a thank you card, class project time sheets, and student grades.

Costume studies course materials

File contains documents from costume design courses taught by Robert Doyle between 1995 and 1997. The documents include completed assignments written by students, class schedules, photocopied handouts about ancient costumes, and course outlines. The course represented by these documents include History of Costume, The Aesthetics of Ritual Costume, Tailoring, Textile Fabrications, and The Designer's Language, and others.

Daily plan and record book

File contains Robert Doyle's daily plan and record book from 1995 to 1996. The book is a spiral bound notebook with lined paper. The notebook is mostly full but most pages of notes are undated. The notebook has four dividers, each labeled with the name of a course: Designer's Language, Tailoring, History of Costume, and Textile Fabric. There are several other sheets of paper tucked between pages of the notebook, such as course outlines, class schedules, and a memorandum.

Student Complaints vs. Professor Doyle : the “Doyle Case”

File contains documents related to grievances by students in the Department of Theatre against Robert Doyle, referred to as "the Doyle Case." The documents include letters, memorandums, reports, and other documents about the situation as well as the complaint statements submitted by students.

Costume studies course materials and other documents.

File contains a variety of documents related to Robert Doyle's activities at Dalhousie University and the course that he taught in the 1996-1997 academic year. The documents include: class lists; student grades; examination books; course outlines; photocopies of articles; Dalhousie Faculty Association documents; departmental meeting agendas; production notes; several letters to students about whether they were returning to the program; two unopened pay stubs; photographs of a ball gown; a pamphlet about the Costume Studies program; an issue of "Explorer: Research News at Dalhousie"; and an issue of "Focus: on University Teaching and Learning." The courses represented by these documents include History of Costume, The Designer's Language, Tailoring, and Textile Fabrication.

Review of Dalhousie's production of "Love's Labour Lost".

File contains the Mail Star's review of the Dalhousie production of "Love's Labour Lost." The review was written by Elissa Barnard. The article is torn from the newspaper and features a black and white photograph of Andre Davey ad King Navarre and Ben Stone as Berowne. The article mentions Robert Doyle's costume design.

Barnard, Elissa

Photocopies

File contains 41 black and white photocopies of costume designs for Dalhousie Theatre's production of The Good Woman of Setzuan.