John D. Robins Fonds

Series 1: Records relating to teaching

Title

Records relating to teaching

Dates of Creation

1924–1952

Extent

24 cm of textual records

Scope and Content

Series consists of lectures and addresses, 1946-1952, and lectures (including drafts and plans), and research and teaching notes, 1924–1951.

Box/File List

Acc. No. Box File Title Date
Lectures/Addresses, [between 1946- 1952]
1990.093V 1 1 Lectures/Addresses: Various [between 1946- 1952]
1 2 Lectures/Addresses: “Angry and tolerant humour” [between 1946- 1952]
1 3 Lectures/Addresses: “The author and his public in the Age before Caxton” [between 1946- 1952]
1 4 Lectures/Addresses: “Ballad and broadside in America” [between 1946- 1952]
1 5 Lectures/Addresses: “Ballad and broadside in English-speaking America” [between 1946- 1952]
1 6 Lectures/Addresses: “Ballad authorship” [between 1946- 1952]
1 7 Lectures/Addresses: “Ballads and broadsides II—Negro folk songs” [between 1946- 1952]
1 8 Lectures/Addresses:  “Ballads and broadsides III—Cowboy songs and sailor chanties” [between 1946- 1952]
1 9 Lectures/Addresses: “Ballads and broadsides IV—Songs of the lumberjacks” [between 1946- 1952]
1 10 Lectures/Addresses: “Ballads and folksongs” [between 1946- 1952]
1 11 Lectures/Addresses: “Beowulf” [between 1946- 1952]
1 12 Lectures/Addresses: “The broadside” [between 1946- 1952]
1 13 Lectures/Addresses: “A few remarks about humour” [between 1946- 1952]
1 14 Lectures/Addresses: “Folklore” [between 1946- 1952]
1 15 Lectures/Addresses: “The folksong in Ontario” [between 1946- 1952]
1 16 Lectures/Addresses: “Haliburton and Leacock” [between 1946- 1952]
1 17 Lectures/Addresses: “Humour” [between 1946- 1952]
1 18 Lectures/Addresses: “Humour in Canadian life and literature” [between 1946- 1952]
1 19 Lectures/Addresses: “Humour of Dickens” [between 1946- 1952]
1 20 Lectures/Addresses: “A literary Gallup Poll” [between 1946- 1952]
1 21 Lectures/Addresses: “Scott and the ballad” [between 1946- 1952]
1 22 Lectures/Addresses: “Some observations on Sir Walter Scott’s use of the marvelous” [between 1946- 1952]
1 23 Lectures/Addresses: "Stephen Leacock” [between 1946- 1952]
1 24 Lectures/Addresses: “Thirty-nine years at Victoria” [between 1946- 1952]
1 25 Lectures/Addresses: “Troilus and Criseyde” [between 1946- 1952]
1 26 Lectures/Addresses: “The uselessness of libraries” [between 1946- 1952]
1 27 Lectures/Addresses: “What Canadians have laughed at” [between 1946- 1952]
1 28 Lectures/Addresses: “Wild animals you may not have known” [between 1946- 1952]
   
1 29 Lectures /research and teaching notes: Various [between 1924–1951]
1 30 Lectures /research and teaching notes: Beowulf [between 1924–1951]
2 1 Lectures /research and teaching notes: Canterbury Tales [between 1924–1951]
2 2 Lectures /research and teaching notes: Cynewulf’s poems [between 1924–1951]
2 3 Lectures /research and teaching notes: Folklore [between 1924–1951]
2 4 Lectures /research and teaching notes: Glossary of Newfoundland words and phrases [between 1924–1951]
2 5 Lectures /research and teaching notes: Literary fragments [between 1924–1951]
2 6 Lectures /research and teaching notes: History of the English language [between 1924–1951]
2 7 Lectures /research and teaching notes: Old English/Middle English/History of the language [between 1924–1951]
2 8 Lectures /research and teaching notes: “Sir Gawain and the Green Knight” [between 1924–1951]
2 9 Lectures /research and teaching notes: Ten Commandment’s song [between 1924–1951]
2 10 Lectures /research and teaching notes: Virginia Woolf [between 1924–1951]