File is an audio reel that contains an episode of Radio Free World. This episode was hosted by Mike Hymers and featured six news stories on: the first woman appointed administrator of an Australian territory; John Brown, an engineer with Special Operations Executive during World War I; left-wing musicians; dust allergies; project interaction; and Ronald Reagan's meeting with Mikhail Gorbachev. The news stories originally aired on Radio Netherlands, BBC, NHK, and Israel Radio. The episode was recorded November 22, 1985 and aired November 26, 1985 on The Evening Affair, CKDU's evening public affairs program.
File is an audio reel containing an episode of Theatre of the Ear, a radio program broadcast on CKDU radio 88.1. This episode was produced by Mike Hymers, and features "Antigone" by ancient Greek tragedians Sophocles. The episode was recorded on June 5, 1985, and was broadcasted on June 9 and June 11.
File is an audio reel that contains an episode of International Perspectives, a CKDU radio program. This episode is the first part of a two-part series on the relations between the United States (U.S.) and the Soviet Union (U.S.S.R.), hosted by Peter McKenna with guest, Prof. Graham Taylor. It aired November 29, 1985 and was rebroadcast December 1, 1985; May 3, 1986; and September 16, 1986.
File is an audio reel that contains an episode of International Perspectives, a CKDU radio program. This episode is the second part of a two-part series on the relations between the United States (U.S.) and the Soviet Union (U.S.S.R.), hosted by Peter McKenna with guest, David Jones. It aired December 6, 1985 and was rebroadcast December 8, 1985 and September 23, 1986 on The Evening Affair, CKDU's evening public affairs program.
File is an audio reel containing an interview on world politics. In this interview, Mike Hymers discusses Soviet and Western leaders with Yuri Glazov, a professor of Russian Studies at Dalhousie University. Hymers also asked Glazov about his recently published book "The Russian Mind Since Stalin's Death" (1985). The episode is in two parts: the first is 11 min.,18 sec.; the second is 11 min., 2 sec. The interview was recorded September 30, 1985; aired October 3, 1985; and was rebroadcast October 4, 1985.
File is an audio reel containing an episode of Title Waves. This episode features an interview with British novelist William Golding. It was recorded November 6, 1985 and aired November 7, 1985. The episode was rebroadcast January 12, 1989.
File contains correspondence with Jon Von Dyke, Zoran Vidaković, and J.H. Vandermeulin (of the Ministry of Fisheries and Oceans, Canada). Topics of discussion include a Third World training program, a publication of a book on the work of Jovan Djordjević, for which Elisabeth Mann Borgese contributed an essay, and a conference at the East-West Center. Also contains a list of contacts beginning with "V." See also MS-2-744, Box 285, Folder 10 for additional correspondence with Jon Van Dyke.
File contains project descriptions, documents related to Pacem in Maribus X and XIV (ten / 10 and fourteen / 14), correspondence to Pierre Elliott Trudeau, "Convention for the protection of the Mediterranean Sea against pollution," "Report of the ad hoc Expert Group meeting on the Draft World Charter for Nature," and other miscellaneous reports. Reports written in English, French, Spanish, and Arabic.
File contains correspondence with the Commission of the European Communities, Rallph Collier, Consumers Union of US Inc., Centre d'Architecture de la Mer, Jerrgen Claus, Mae Cullin, Rafael Castello-Valdis, Ray Canterbury, Jonathan Charney, CBS, Nigel Calder (on "The Blue Revolution"), Michelle Canterella, and "Conjunctions."
File includes correspondence to R.A. Ness (of the Ambassador Trading Company) and Satya Nanden (of the United Nations). Topics discussed include the Law of the Sea and Micronesia, and the Preparatory Commission for the International Sea-Bed Authority and for the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea.
File contains program notes, a short essay, and a handout on Hector Berlioz's Symphonie Fantastique. The file also includes correspondence from David F. Bell regarding Pugh's submission to a Nineteenth-Century French Studies Colloquium at Duke University (Durham, North Carolina) and from Professor H.W.W. Warman of the University of Lancaster inviting Pugh to deliver a lecture on Berlioz's Symphonie Fantastique.
File contains correspondence from Brian Flemming, Association International Futuribles (regarding an introduction Mann Borgese was to write for a collection), "Frankfurter Allgemeinen Zeitung" (FAZ), and the Ford Foundation. File also includes lists of names.
File includes correspondence with David Luke of Dalhousie University, Lev Ljubmov, Betty Lussier (Consultants in Development), Dennis Livingston, Lawrence Livermore Laboratory, Edward Landstrom (United States Department of State), Heldegard Lamfrom, The Law of the Sea Institute, and Jonathan Lu.
File includes correspondence between Elisabeth Mann Borgese and Jan Pronk, A. Behnam, M.J. Shah and UNCTAD, mainly regarding Pacem in Maribus (PIM) XI and the International Ocean Institute (IOI)'s Training Programme.
File includes correspondence with Alexandera Post, T.V.R. Pillay (Food and Agricultre Organization of the United Nations), Princeton University Press, O.S. Plue, Prentice-Hall of Canada Ltd, Les Presse de la Cité, Elaine Partnow, Praeger Publishers Inc., M. Piovene, and PHP Institute Inc. Also includes "The Implications of Change in Mining Finance and Participation" by Alexandra Post, excerpts from "Ocean mining" by Alexandra Post, a proposal on deepsea mining by Alexandra Post and a report from the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations, "Progress of Aquaculture" by T.V.R. Pillay.
File contains correspondence with Berudt Richter, Jacques Rougeru (of the Centre d'Architecture de la Mer et de l'Espace), Don Reed, Ruder and Finn, and Ruth Ross. Topics of discussion include Borgese's "The Drama of the Oceans," the International Ocean Institute (IOI), and a speech Borgese gave at the Henry Salvator Center (which includes a transcript, with handwritten annotations and corrections by Borgese).
File contains three issues of the International Ocean Institute (IOI)'s newsletter "Across the Oceans." Includes the following issues: volume 1, issue 1 (January 1982); volume 1, issue 2 (July 1982); and volume 2, issues 1, 2 (January, July 1983).
File includes correspondence to/from: [Kirthisinga], Dale Krause (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, or UNESCO), Martin Kaplan (World Health Organization, or WHO), Heimo Kellner, Birabhongse Karemrri, Johan Kaufman (The Permanent Representative of the Netherlands to the United Nations), Susan Kaeser (World College West), and Franz Koenig (Archbishop of Vienna), which discusses the Holy See's position on the Law of the Sea.
File contains correspondence with American Bibliographical Center (ABC) - Clio Press, George Abi Saab, and A.A. Archer. Topics of discussion includes edits to a paper written by Elisabeth Mann Borgese, and royalty reports. File also includes royalty statements.
File contains correspondence with Armelli de Kerros, P. Korrinsp (?), Lee Kimball, Susan Kaeser, Don and Marion Kelley, Robert L. Kanter, and Lars-Ake Kvarning. Topics of discussion include "The Drama of the Oceans," and an upcoming book on self-management by Elisabeth Mann Borgese.
FIle contains correspondence with International Court Judge Shigeru Oda, discussing "The Common Heritage" by Arvid Pado, and publishing a new edition. Also discusses several Pacem in Maribus (PIM) conferences.
File contains correspondence with Maurice Strong, Chairman of the Board of Governors of the International Development Research Centre (IDRC) and Chairman and Director of Petro-Canada. File also contains a postcard announcing Strong's candidacy for a seat in the Canadian Parliament in the 1979 election.
File contains Anthony Pugh's handwritten analytical excerpts, research notes, and drafts of program notes for compositions by the following composers: E. Broughton, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Arthur Bliss, Ludwig van Beethoven, Charles Villiers Stanford, Maurice Ravel, Claude Debussy, Igor Stravinsky, Johann Strauss, Johannes Brahms, and Dmitry Sitkovesky. The file also contains a copy of a National Arts Centre program, which Pugh presumably used in his research, and a program from the 16th Annual Festival of Chamber Music and All that Jazz in Fredericton, New Brunswick. The file also contains a numerical coded index of composers and works, and a list of works and composers (also coded) that Anthony Pugh studied, listened to on his own records and borrowed records, heard on radio broadcasts, and heard on his own and borrowed tapes from 1980 to 1982.
Series consists of correspondence between Ronald Justin Inness and different individuals, including Noel R.P. Bonsor, Ernest D. Brown, W. Kayke Lamb of the Public Archives of Canad, and others, regarding ships and shipping companies.
File contains correspondence with M.J. Anstee (Department of Technical Co-operation for Development) and K. Mushakoji (UN University - with "The United Nations University's Next Stage: Statement before the Sixteenth Session of the Council of the UN University on 1 December 1980"). File also includes handwritten notes by Elisabeth Mann Borgese for a United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) talk (on the new industrial revolution and the oceans).
File contains correspondence with Frederick Grassli (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution), Maria Eduarda Gonçalves, Henrietta Gilpin, Global Education Associates, John F Godfrey (of the University of King's College), Anil Gayan, and GEO magazine.
File includes correspondence between Elisabeth Mann Borgese and the following individuals: D.C. Krause (UNESCO), A.G. Koroma (Permanent Mission of the Republic of Sierra Leone to the UN), A.N. Kholodilin (UNESCO), the International Institute for Integrative Technology (IIT), and V. Kopal (Academy of Science, Prague).
File contains correspondence with the University of Rhode Island, a USSR publishing house (regarding the Russian version of "The Drama of the Oceans"), and Henry Usborne. Also includes the introduction to "The Drama of the Oceans" for the Russian translation.
File includes correspondence to/from: M.E. Arie (UNCTAD - United Nations Conference on Trade and Development), S. Andersen (UNDP - United Nations Development Programme), and M.O. Adio (Delegation of Nigeria, UNCLOS - United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea).
File contains correspondence with German Ambassador Per Fischer and two letters from Elisabeth Mann Borgese to Timo Lahelma (of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Finland), on the subject of manganese nodules in the EEZ (Exclusive Economic Zone) of Chile. File contains a duplicate letter, which has not been digitized.
File contains correspondence with Gil Winham, Canadian External Affairs, and the Delegation of Suriname to United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLoS) III. File also includes a project proposal for "Science and Technology for Development and Disarmament," by Elisabeth Mann Borgese, and a report from the twenty-third United Nations General Assembly.
File contains correspondence with A. Papadopoulos, Renate Platzoder, and Ambassador Arpad Prandler of Hungary. Correspondence concerns the International Ocean Institute (IOI)'s training programme, Pacem in Maribus, and other topics.
File contains 9 photographs taken by J. Vandermeulen (and collected by Bill Freedman), likely in 1978. Photographs show clean-up efforts of the oil spill after the Amoco Cadiz super-tanker ran aground off the Brittany coast (near Portsall, France) on March 16, 1978.