23, -102 Map of Mexico

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'C' miscellaneous correspondence

File contains correspondence between Elisabeth Mann Borgese and the following individuals: Sanjay Chaturvedi; Richard V. Carter; Dr. Hans Corell; Lucien Chabason (on the Regional Seas Programme); Krista Singleton-Cambage; Peter Cramer (concerning Thomas Mann); Pietro Carrigliol; Kevin Coady (concerning the death of one of Mann Borgese's dogs); Christopher Corkett (critiquing one of Mann Borgese's talks); Aldo Chircop; Dr. Edward Carr; Senator Alan Cranston; Christo and Jean Claude (outgoing only, includes prints of various art installations); Liara Covert; Winifred Caponigri; Rideau Hall; Pluto Press; Senator Alan Cranston; Ignacio Perez Caldentey; Fernando Henrique Cardoso (President of Brazil); Sergio D. Claure; Dr. Maria della Costa; Richard V. Carter; Erksine Childers; Professor Jonathan Charney; Judge Maurice Caruana Curran (Chancellor of University of Malta); Arthur H. Campeau; H. Reuben Cohen (Chancellor of Dalhousie); Elisabeth Cyran; Hon. David Coore; Ana Luisa Cortez; Frederick Clairmonte; Ingvar Carlsson (Prime Minister of Sweden); and others. Also includes copies of the following papers: "The Training Programme of the International Ocean Institute" by Elisabeth Mann Borgese; "Professionalization of the Field of Marine Affairs" by Aldo Chircop; "NATO's War of Aggression Against Yugoslavia: An Overview by Michel Chessudovsky. Some correspondence may be personal.

Angeles Lopez on workers' rights in Maquiladora plants in Mexico and the North American Free Trade Agreement

File is an audio reel containing a speech by Mexican trade unionist Angeles Lopez. Lopez spoke in Halifax about the effect of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) on women workers in the Maquiladora factories of northern Mexico. The translation is by Madeline Schwartz. The recording aired March 5, 1993 on The Evening Affair, CKDU's evening public affairs program.

Christina Ross on a Mexican view of free trade

File is an audio reel containing a recording of a lecture given by Christina Ross at Dalhousie University on November 3, 1992. Ross is a professor and researcher at the Center of International Relations in the faculty of social and political sciences at the National Autonomous University of Mexico. This recording of her talk was made November 5, 1992 and is in two parts (14 min., 13 sec. and 11 min., 34 sec.). The recording aired November 6, 1992 on The Evening Affair, CKDU's evening public affairs program.

Paricutin Volcano : [draft manuscript]

File contains a handwritten draft manuscript written by Nora Leslie (then Nora Steenerson Totten), likely in the late-1940s or early-1950s. File relates Nora's experiences on an automobile trip in late-January and early-February, 1947, traveling with her husband, the Judge Totten and "Olga", driving from southern California to Paricutín volcano , Michoacán, Mexico. File includes a brief history of the volcano's most recent eruption in 1943, as well as a day-by-day travelogue of the trip to the base of the volcano, and the group's climb to its peak.

Sharla Project report

File contains a copy of the report prepared by Mary Culham and Pierre Sved on the Sharla Project, including a description of the project, program, a financial report, and reports from the winners of the short story competition (Maria-Fernanda Manzano and Natalia Morris), including copies of their winning submissions.

Untitled episode of The Latin Quarter

File is an audio reel that contains an episode of The Latin Quarter. This episode was on Mexico's debt, with John Dillon. Dillon worked with GATT-fly and was the author of Debt Bondage or Self-Reliance (1985).

Writings of Nora Leslie

File contains a play, poetic translations, and a travelogue written by Nora Leslie (née Nora Steenerson), fourth wife of Kenneth Leslie, likely in the 1940s or 1950s.