Records relating to writing and academic work

Title: Records relating to writing and academic work
Dates of Material:
19572012
Extent:
2.81 m of textual records
40 photographs
26 drawings
8 audio cassettes
4 audio reels
4 compact discs
2 video cassettes
Scope and content

Series includes correspondence, notes and photographs relating to various writings; (revised) drafts and typescripts of these publications (in English and French and under various titles); incoming and outgoing correspondence with other scholars re: semiotics, publishing, teaching and Victoria University departmental matters; articles, professional files including research notes and sound recordings of a Foucault seminar at Victoria University, and an original graphite drawing of Michel Foucault by Juno Youn; and papers (including drafts), research material, notes, programmes and related records from various Canadian and international seminars, congresses, colloquia, workshops and conferences.

Series also contains records related to the International Semiotics Institute of which Paul Bouissac was Chair.  The ISI was initiated by the Toronto Semiotic Circle and is based in Helsinki, Finland. The institute was created in order to promote international teaching of semiotics and to facilitate the mobility of students in the field.

NOTE(S)
Related groups of records

See Series 3 for further correspondence.

Access restrictions

Access to letters of reference in the file marked RR is restricted until 2032. Authorization to access restricted material to be obtained from the Chief Librarian.

Language of material

Some material is in French.

BOX FILE TITLE YEAR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Box 1
11 Les très riches heures: holograph; “Nono”
12 [Les très riches heures]: holograph; ts., annotated; ts., cc., annotated; Packing envelope states: “TRH” [Très riches heures].
13 Holographs; tss., annotated; tss., cc., annotated; photocopies, annotated; related clippings; Packing envelope states: “TRH” [Très Riches Heures].
14 Le voyage a Tangier: photocopy, annotated; [publisher?]: 1 letter out; photocopy. Contains list of errata.1969
15 Notes: holographs; tss., annotated; ts., cc.; related clipping; Packing envelope states: “Les Demoiselles. Notes incorporated into revision.”
16 Audio cassettes (8): “Foucault seminar.”

[Recording of Foucault delivering a seminar as part of International Summer Institute for Semiotic and Structural Studies (ISISSS) in 1982 at Victoria University in the UofT)].

17 Audio reels (4) and discs (4): “Foucault seminar.”

Discs are reproductions of 8 audio cassettes.

Box 2
21 "Pour une sémiotique de cirque."1969
22 "Towards a semiotics of circus./Pour une sémiotique du cirque."1969

Handwritten manuscript for article.

23 Articles: "Espace performatif et espace médiatisé." ; "Persiflage de l’institution amoureuse."; "From Information to Meaning."1981- [1989]

Handwritten draft and typescript.

24 Article: Limerick : Bibeau[198?]

Handwritten draft and typescript.

25"Deixis vs Modelling in the Phylogeny of Artistic Behaviour."1992

Handwritten drafts and typescripts. Also contains a photocopy of the published article.

Includes 5 photographs : 2 colour slides ; 3 colour negatives

26Correspondence, etc. Re: Deixis Symposium1989-1992

Includes brochures, list of participants, schedule.

27-8'Le cirque est mon royaume.'[1962?]

Handwritten drafts and typescripts

29"Le cirque est mon royaume: Firmin Bouglione"1961

Typescript.

210"Le cirque est mon royaume: Firmin Bouglione", correspondence1967-1974
Box 3
31 Records relating to Cirque et Culture; Circus Performance as 'Texts'[197-]

Handwritten drafts and typescripts.

32 "Jugglers and Magicians: Semiotics of Circus Performance."[197-]

Handwritten drafts

33 “Meaning of circus performance”; circus performance in text[197-]

Handwritten drafts and annotated typescripts.

34 Materials re circus performance, Circus and Culture[197-]

Handwritten notes, drafts and annotated typescripts.

35 Circus and culture[197-]

Handwritten drafts and annotated typescripts. Material is in English, French and Dutch.

36 "Myths versus Rites: A study of “wild” animal displays in circus and zoos; circus and culture."[197-]

Handwritten drafts and annotated typescripts.

37 Original graphite drawing of Michel Foucault by Juno Youn for the 1994 Foucault conference.1994
Box 4
41 Notes de recherche sur l’utilisation du modèle syntaxique[198?]
42 “Introduction” re: systems de description, de transcription....[198?]
43 Notes de recherche...système de mesure...gestuelles[198?]
44 “Introduction” and notes and conclusion re: trois dialogues de l’exercise de jauter, et rolliger en Fair....[198?]
45 “Problèmes methodologiques de la description et de la transcription de compartments Acrobatiques"[198?]

Handwritten and typed drafts and notes.

46 Notes and drafts re: Analyse semiologique et analyse littéraire1969 - [197-]

Handwritten and typed

47 Notes and chapter corrections[197?]
48 Notes and drafts re: Clown Performances as Meta-Semiotic Texts; and La grammaire semiotiques du clown[1972]
49 Drafts and notes re: Mytho-choreographic themes in Indian circus performances[198?]
410 Dance and Religion in Indian Circus Spectacles[199?]
411 Some remarks on Iconic Signs [notes, drafts]1981
412 “Discussant” remarks regarding M. Mathiot’s “Towards a meaning-based theory of face to face interaction”1981
413 “Praxis and Semiosis: The Fabrication of History” “Remembrance of Things Past: A Semiotic Rapsody”1990

Handwritten notes and typescript.

Box 5
51 “Tradition, Speculation and Cognition: A Prospective Investigation of Semiotic Terminology”1982-1986

Notes and annotated typescripts

52 Biological Empiricism....1982

Handwritten notes

53 Figurative vs 'objective’ semiotics[1983]

Handwritten and typed drafts

54 Art or script? A testable semiotic hypothesis[199-]

Annotated typescript and handwritten notes

55"L'institution de la sémiotique: stratégies et tactiques"[1990]

Manuscript and typescript  

56"Interspecific Communication: An Evolutionary Perspective"1991

Annotated typescripts, handwritten notes and correspondence with German publisher.  

57"Recording Traditional Performances: The Challenge of Verbal Copy"1997

Annotated typescript.   

58Satiric verses [198?]

Typed and handwritten  

59"Strip tease de Madame Bovary" 1971-1972

Manuscript, note books, typescript. notes  

510"Strip tease de Madam Bovary"[197-]

Photocopy of typescript.   

Box 6
61 Requests to publish P. Bouissac articles1969-1971
62 Les Demoiselles[ca. 1970]

Annotated typescript. Pages 1-3 are missing.

63 Striptease de Madam Bovary[197?]

Photocopy of typescript

64 Striptease de Madam Bovary: notes, drafts, typescript[ca. 1971]
65 Thomas A. Sebeok correspondence1974-1988
66 Semiotics and the Gala Hypothesis[1990?]
67 From calculus to language: The case of circus equine displays1991

Handwritten notes

68 Extradisciplinarity1991-1992

Notes and correspondence

69 Interview with P. Bouissac re Striptease de Madam Bovary and other topics (French)2005

1 videocassette : VHS

Box 7
718 Photonegatives, slides, photographs, and printed material relating to Circus and Culture [before 1976]

Includes: 5 b&w photographs, eight (8) 35 mm b&w slides, eight (8) 35 mm col. slides, five (5) 16.5 cm x 11.5 cm negatives, four (4) 7.5 cm x 6 cm negatives, one (1) 20 cm x 25 cm negative, and three (3) 15 cm x 11.5 cm negatives. 

719 Photographs relating to Circus and Culture [before 1976]

Includes: 31 b&w photographs 

720 Photograph of Paul Bouissac[1957 or 1958]

Two (2) b&w photographs of Bouissac, one is of Bouissac and a giraffe and the other is a close-up of the former. 

Box 9
Correspondence
91 A.J. Greimas1964-1970
92 Various (includes Leon Levi-Strauss, Northrop Frye, A.J. Greimas, Roman Jakobson 1968-1982
93 Various 1966-1984
Box 10
104 R. Toole Stott1968-1971
105 G. Bucher1969-1970
106 Georges Henri Rivière obituary1985
2007.09
Box 1
1 /OS1 “Rue de Carmes”1972

Typescript story by David Gilmour, given to Paul Bouissac, March 1972; includes postcard.

Originally housed in black duo-tang.

1 /OS3 17 drawings[between 1960 and 1980]

Includes 1 col. photograph.

1 /OS2 8 drawings
2008.10
Box 1
12 “La semiologie du cirque”, Departement de Linguistique, Université de Genève, Switzerland1973
13 “Structures poetiques vs. structures narratives”, École Pratique des Hautes Études, Vlème section, A.J. Greimas’ seminar, ParisJanuary, 1974
14 “La discursivité non linquistique”, Colloquium on Discourse Analysis, University of TorontoNovember, 1974
17 “Les modalitiés dans le discours visuel”, École des hautes études en sciences socials, Vlème section, A.J. Greimas’ seminar, ParisFebruary, 1978
111 “Resultats théoriques et terminologiques de l’analyse du spectacle,” Colloque sur la terminologie semiotique et son développement théorique, Academie des Sciences de Hongrie, BudapestJune–July, 1979
11 List of the files numbered below compiled by Bouissac—contains information re the conferences, workshops, seminars and colloquia/ background re the papers he delivered
15 “Surrealism and Semiotics”, First Annual Conference of the Semiotic Society of America, Georgia Institute of Technology, AtlantaSeptmeber, 1974
16 “Why circus horses have feathers: The truth of natural objects”, International Workshop on the Cognitive Viewpoint, Ghent University, BelgiumMarch, 1977
18 “Syntaxe et semantique du chaos: une entrée clownesque de Charlie Cairoli,” Conference on ‘Forme e Pratiche della Festa,” Montecatini Terme, ItalyOctober, 1978
19 “Syntax and Semantics of chaos; A clown act by Charlie Cairoli”, Seminar in Semiotics, University of Western Ontario, Department of AnthropologyMarch, 1979
110 “Circus dogs in the semiotic square”, Seminar in Semiotics, University of Western Ontario, Department of FrenchMarch, 1979
112 “Semiotics and aesthetics”, Second Congress,” Second Congress of the International Association for Semiotic Studies, ViennaJuly, 1979
113–14“The surrealist image”, Second Congress of the International Association for Semiotic Studies, ViennaJuly, 1979
115 “The semiotic account of sign processes in nature and culture”, International Workshop on the Systematics, History and Terminology of Semiotics, BerlinSeptmeber, 1979
116 “The concept of semiotic operations”, Fourth Annual Meeting of the Semiotic Society of America, Bloomington, IndianaOctober, 1979
117 “Le jeu avec le feu”, Conference on Il Linguaggio del Gioco, Montecatini, Terme, ItalyOctober, 1979
118 “The concept of distance in surrealist poetry and poetics”, Space, sign, subject in literature, The Arts and the Social Science, University of California at DavisMarch, 1980
119 “Behaviour in context: In what sense is a circus animal performing?” The ‘Clever Hans’ phenomenon, Conference of the New York Academy of Sciences, New YorkMay, 1980
120 “La semiotique du cirque: Signes, systems, representations”, Centro Internazionale di Semiotica e linguistic, Advanced Seminar, University of Urbino, ItalyJuly, 1981
121 “Figurative vs. objective semiotics,” Annual meeting of the Semiotic Society of America, Vanderbilt University, NashvilleOctober, 1981
Box 2
21 “Praxis vs. Semiosis: The fabrication of history,” Annual meeting of the German Semiotic Association, Hamburg, GermanyOctober, 1981
22 “Meaningful gestures: The brain connection,” Annual meeting of the German Semiotic Association, Hamburg, GermanyOctober, 1981
23 “Visages et voix masques des clowns”, International Colloquium Nel Senso Della Maschera, Montecatini Terme, ItalyOctober, 1981
24 “The Semiotics of play and performance: Ethnological perspectives”, New York University, Department of Performance StudiesDecember, 1981
25 “Tradition, speculation and cognition: A perspective investigation of semiotic terminology”, International Seminar: In Search of terminology, Central Insitute of Indian Languages, Mysore, IndiaJanuary, 1981
26 “The profanation of the sacred in circus clown performances”, International Symposium on Theater and Ritual, Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research, New York, New York August–September, 1982
27 “Biological empiricism: The neurophysical pardadigm”, Session on Paradigms of Empirical Semiotics, Seventh Annual Meeting of the Semiotic Society of America, Buffalo, New YorkOctober, 1982
28 “Literature and interpretation”, Commentary on papers presented at a session of the fortieth Annual Meeting of the American Society for Aesthetics, Banff, AlbertaOctober, 1982
29 “Celebration du corps de gloire: Le Funambule de Jean Genet”, Sixth Columbia University Colloquium on poetics: La Poetique du corps, New YorkNovember, 1982
Box 3
31 “The hidden face of metaphors”, Workshop on metaphor, University of Toronto, Scarborough CollegeMarch, 1983
32 “Le double dans les spectacles de cirque”, Scene, sign, spectacle: An International Symposium on the Theory and Practise of performance, University of Western Ontario, LondonApril, 1983
33 “Anthropology of the circus: A Semiotic approach”, Seminar taught at the Fourth International Summer Institute for the Semiotic and Structural Studies, Indiana Univeristy, BloomingtonMay, 1983
34 “What is a bad performance?” The Concept of Performance, an International Colloquuium, Indiana Univeristy, BloomingtonJune, 1983
35 “The semiotics of performance: Terminological and methodological issues”, Seminar taught at the NATO Advanced Study Institute on Semiotics and International Scholarship: An International Language of Theory, Estoril, PortugalSeptember, 1983
36 “The predictive power of semiotic theories”, Annual Meeting of the Semiotic Society of America, Snowbird, UtahOctober, 1983
37 “From information to meaning”, Symposium on Communication in the Post-industrial Era, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New YorkApril, 1984
38 “The cost of signs”, Annual Meeting of the Semiotic Society of America, Bloomington, IndianaOctober, 1984
39 “Circus animals as actors: A Semiotic viewpoint”, British Theatre institute, London, EnglandOctober, 1984
310 “The epistemological status of semiotics: Perspective for the future”, Wayne State University, English Department lectures on textual politics, DetroitApril, 1985
311 “Mytho-Choreographic themes in Indian circus performances”, Colloquium on Dance of India: Culture, philosophy, and performance, University of TorontoApril, 1985
312 “The straight, the tight, and the loose: The game of the rules in modern clown performances,” Colloquium on the Science of Buffoonery: Theory and History of the Commedia dell’Arte, TorontoNovember, 1985
313 “The anatomy of signs: The contribution of Neuroethology to the understanding of iconicity”, Issues in Iconicity: An Interdisciplinary Conference, University of British Columbia, Vancouver February–March, 1986
314 “The limits of comedy: How far can a circus clown go?”, Annual Meeting of the Association for the Anthropological Study of Play, Tempe, ArizonaMarch, 1986
315 “The marketing of performance,” First International Conference on marketing and Semiotics, Northwestern University, Evanston, IllinoisJuly, 1986
316 “The Semiotics of performance”, Seminar taught at the Eighth International Summer Institute for Semiotic and Structural Studies, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois June–July, 1986
317 “The cultural management of natural signs in the performing arts: Examples from the circus”, International Symposium: Die Natur der kultur, Ruhr-Universitat, Bochum, West GermanyOctober, 1986
318 “A Semiotic typology of gags”, Annual Meeting of the Semiotic Society of America, San FranciscoOctober, 1986
319 “Concepts of the sign as qualitative models”, Annual Meeting of the Semiotic Society of America, San FranciscoOctober, 1986
320 “Tradition and modernity in contemporary Indian performances”, Graduate Center for South Asian studies. Monthly Seminar Program, University of TorontoNovember, 1986
Box 4
41 “Une cavalcade de signes: syntaxe et rhétorique de la parade." Conference on Petrarch’s “Triumphs”: Allegory and spectacle, University of TorontoMay, 1987
47 “L’institution de la semiotique: stratégies et tactiques epistemoloques”, Association Canadienne de Semiotique, Congrès des Societés Savantes du Canada, University of Windsor May–June, 1988
411 “Dans quell sens peut-on dire que le cirque est un langage?” Association Canadienne de Semiologie des Societés Savantes du Canada. Université Laval, QuébecJune, 1989
418 “Lecture de l’image érotique: théorie d’une pratique”, Colloquium “Lectures de l’image”. Université de Lausanne, SwitzerlandApril, 1991
42 “Erotic iconicity in poetry Andre Breton and Jean Genet”, International Colloquium on The Semitics of Eroticism, University of Toronto, Victoria CollegeJune, 1987
43 “La semiotique au Canada: un paysage accidente”, Secundo Congresso Internacional Latinoamericano de Semiotica. Universidad Nacionel de Rosario, ArgentinaOctober, 1987
44 “Incidents, accidents, failures: The concept of negative experience in public entertainment”, Second Indo-Canadian Symposium...December, 1987

...on Institution, Communicatoin and Social Interaction: The Legacy of Erving Goffman, Central Institute of Indian Languages, Mysore, India December, 1987

45 “Systematic transformations of the human face: A cross cultural study of clowns’ make-up”, Third European Symposium on Facial Exprression – Measurement and Meaning, Max Planck Institute, Ringberg Castle, Tegernsee, Federal Republic of GermanyMarch, 1988
46 “Le masque du bouffon: sur un texte de Georges Bataille”, Association des Professeurs de Francais des Universites et Colleges Canadiens, Congres des Societes Savantes du Canada, University of WindsorMay, 1988
48 “The staging of risk: Prototypes of survival in circus performances”, Symposium on Culture and Evolution, Villa Vigon Loverno di Menaggio Como, ItalySeptember, 1988
49 “Symbols in politics: The role of the circus in international relations”, Department of Political Science, University of Hawaii, Manoa, HawaiiApril, 1989
410 “Iconicite linguistique et modeles connexionnistes”, Colloque Signification et Perception, 57eme Congres de l’Association Canadienne-Francaise pour l’Avancement des Sciences. Universite du Quebec a montrealMay, 1989
412 “The symbolic appropriation of technological objects by the circus”, Colloquium on “Kultur-Evolution”. Akademie fur Politische Bildung. Tutzing, Federal Republic of GermanySeptember, 1989
413 “Circus animals: Ecological and evolutionary perspectives”, Centre for Research of Human Resources and the Environment. Department of Education and Culture. University of IndonesiaJanuary, 1990
414 “Syntactic iconicity and connexionist models of language and cognition”, Meeting of the Japanese Association for Semiotic Studies, Aoyama Gakuin University, Sogo Kenkyusho {Research Centre} Tokyo, JapanJanuary, 1990
415 “Semiotics in Canada”. Canadian Studies Center, University of GroningenDecember, 1990
416 “Semiotic modeling and normalization of common sense knowledge”. Conference on Expert Systems, Culture and Semiotics. University of Groningen, The NetherlandsDecember, 1990
417 “The Lion’s anger: The performance of emotions in circus dramaturgy”. Annual Meeting of the Association for the Study of Play. Charleston, South CarolinaMarch, 1991
419 “Prehistoric pictographs: The semiotic hypothesis”. Second Congress of the Australian Rock Art Research Association, Cairns, Australia August–September, 1992
Box 5
51 “Why do we need semiotics?” Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts. New Delhi, IndiaSeptember, 1992
52 “New epistemological perspectives for the archeology of writing”. World Archeological Congress III, New Delhi, IndiaDecember, 1994
53 “Future directions in the semiotics of the media: Epidemiological models of semiosis. Implications for a Semiotic theory of the media. An International Conference. University of Kassel, GermanyMarch, 1995
54 “Why do we need semiotics? And “The notion of semiotic literacy”. University of Suzhou, ChinaMay, 1995
55 “Space as memory: Some semiotic implications.” International Conference on “Culture, Signs, Space”. Joint Meeting of the Dutch and German Semiotic Associations, AmsterdamAugust, 1996
56 “Can semiotics progress?” Thomas A. Sebeok Fellowship Lecture. Semiotic Society of America 21st Annual Meeting, Santa Barbara, CaliforniaOctober, 1996
57 “Semiotics for literary scholars and beyond”. Centre for Comparative Literature and Culture, Peking University, Beijing, P.R. ChinaApril, 1997
58 “The Punakawans in the Wayang Orang of central Java”. Faculty of Human Sciences, Anthropological seminar, Keio, University TokyoMay, 1997
59 “Ontologies of signs”. Department of Philosophy, Nihon University, TokyoMay, 1997
510 “Space as memory and emotion”. Interfaculty Seminar, Keio University, TokyoMay, 1997
511 “Semiotics in the Post-academic age”. Keynote address, Annual Meeting of the Japanese Association for Semiotic Studies, University of TokyoMay, 1997
512 “Archaeology of performance”. University of WaterlooOctober, 1997
513 “Becoming a mask: Facial make-up and the transformation of identities”, Mind, Man and Mask: An International Seminar. Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, New Delhi, IndiaFebruary, 1998
514 “Memes and Serendipity”, Keio University, TokyoJune, 1998
515 “Cocteau refondateur de mythes”. International Conference on Le siècle Cocteau/Cocteau’s Century. University of TorontoOctober, 1998
516–17“Information, imitation, communication: An evolutionary perspective on the semiotics of gestures”. Conference on Gestures: Meaning and Use; Universidale Fernando Pessoa. Porto, PortugalApril, 2000
518–19“The meaning of hand signs in rock art research”. Third Congress of the Australian Rock Art Research Association. Alice Springs, AustraliaJuly, 2000
Box 6
61–2“Data, dates and narratives: Epistemological issues in the interpretation of prehistoric signs”. Colloquium on Paths to Prehistoric Ideational Culture. Sedish Research Institute in IstanbulDecember, 2000
63 “The sociological and epistemological status of semiotics: An assessment and a program” (Keynote paper). Fifth Congress of the Chinese National Linguistic and Semiotic Association, P.R. ChinaMay, 2002
64 “Bounded semiotics: From utopian to evolutionary models of communication” (Keynote paper). Fifth Workshop on Organizational Semiotics and Seventh International Workshop of the Language-Action Perspective on Communication Modeling. Delft, HollandJune, 2002
65 “Semiotics as enlightenment: East and West – A critical approach”. Semiotics and the Global Meaning of east Asian Cultures. Third Seminar of the East Asian Semiotic Association. Hubei University, Wuhan, P.R. China2002
66 “Forme et sens du pont dans le projet urbain”. International Association for the Semiotics of Space, Lyon, FranceJuly, 2004
67 “Static images as agencies: Performative, algorithmic and normative functions”. Ontogeny and Phylogeny of the Picture Sign. Eighth Congress of the International Association of Semiotic Studies, Lyon2004

France, 2004

68 Papers by various authors/research material/notes
2010.07
Box 1
Correspondence/subject files
11Correspondence1962-1976
12Correspondence1974-1977
13Correspondence1978-1979
14Correspondence1979-1980
15Correspondence1981-1982
16 RRLetters of recommendation, 1972–19761972-1976
17Mouton D’or Prize, 1985–19881985-1988
18Sebeok, Thomas A., 1987–19891987-1989
2011.10
Box 1
11Copy edited manuscript of "Circus and Culture" (published 1976)
12Drafts, manuscripts, notes, and research material on various subjects, including circuses and semiotics 1976-1988
2012.07
Box 1
11"Les Demoiselles" (published 1970) 1970-1975
12"Semiotics by any other names" - Ms. of unpublished paper 1989
Notes/Drafts Of Literary Writings (includes research material)
13Variousn.d.
14"Introduction to Semiotics" n.d.
15"L'opéra des yeux/Anthropologie du cirque" (Introduction) 1978
16Poeticsn.d.
17Semiotique litteraire n.d.
18Yinchuann.d.
19Television and evolution 2000
Notes/Drafts Of Addresses For Conferences
110Levi - Strauss 1969
111 Conference in Buffalo 1971
112"State of the Art" Conference in Bloomington 1984
113Conferences in India/Japan 1997
114"Inferring Gestures From Artefacts" paper given at Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists 2005
2013.10
Box 1
15"Theory and psychology" correspondence and other material 1997
11Various notes, manuscripts, research material and other records n.d., 1965
12Various notes and research material/pages from calendar n.d., 1988-1995
13Bloomington course notes [ca. 1984]
14"Knowledge and cognition" notes n.d.
2013.11
Box 1
Notes/drafts/manuscripts of literary writings/addresses (includes research/publicity material, correspondence)
11Japan lectures announcement (in Japanese) n.d.
12"Pragmatics of Poetry: Poems as Transactions" n.d., 1976
13Article for periodical "Human Nature" 1978
14Semioticsn.d., 1982
15"Interspecific Communication" 1989
16Address for Jakarta conference 1989
17Iconicity feedback 1989, 1990
18Syntactic iconicity 1990
19Sytactic iconicity 1991, 1992
2015.03
Box 1
Notes/drafts/manuscripts of literary writings/addresses (includes research/publicity material, correspondence)
11Variousn.d.

   

12General problems of semioticsn.d.

   

13Rosarion.d.

   

14Paper by P.B. given at Conference at Urbino, Italy1969

   

15"The staging of risk: prototypes of survival in circus performances"n.d., 1988

   

16Jakarta lectures1992

   

17Jakarta lectures1995

   

18Malang addresses1995

   

19Semiotics of advertising1995

   

Box 2
24Various1982-2012

   

25Symposium on Syntactic Iconicity, Zagreb, Yugoslavia1987-1989

   

2016.07
Box 1
Correspondence/subject files
12Correspondence regarding Encyclopedia of Semiotics1989-2000

Includes correspondence with Garland Publishing and with various contributors to the encyclopedia project.   Also includes lists of contributors and submissions.

13Correspondence regarding articles, reviews, conferences, etc. 1974-2013

Correspondence is mainly with academics.

14Correspondence regarding the Digital Semiotics Encyclopedia and the Open Semiotics Resource Centre2001-2004

   

17Correspondence re: publications on gestures1973

   

110Correspondence regarding "Circus Time: A Semiotic Trip."1980

   

111Peter Stockinger [correspondence]1988-1989

Correspondence is in French and is in regards to collaboration and to a creation of a diploma program/centre for research in 'ingéniere multilingue.'

112Andrea Semprini / Sellerio [correspondence]1982-1990

   

113Correspondence EOS [Encyclopedia of Semiotics] Authors G-K1994-1998

   

114Correspondence EOS [Encyclopedia of Semiotics] Authors L-P1996-1998

   

115Correspondence with OUP [Oxford University Press]1997-1998

Correspondence is related to the Encyclopedia of Semiotics.   

Notes/drafts/manuscripts of literary writings/addresses (includes research/publicity material, correspondence)
11Notes toward manuscripts on circus.1958-1973

Handwritten notes. Folder says from the 1960s but records indicate late 1950s until 1970s.  

15"Circus and Culture" - University Press of America1984-1985

Includes correspondence with the publisher University Press of America (UPA).  

16"Circus and Culture" - Feedback1977

Includes correspondence and copies of reviews.  

18Abstract for paper, "The meaning of nonsense: clowns and limericks." 1975

Includes correspondence to Mr. Adam Harvath at the University of South Florida.  Original file folder contained title "Mirth and Myth."  

19"Semiologie du cirque"1977-1978

Includes rough handwritten notes in French for "L'Anthropologie du Cirque" ; a typescript with handwritten notes of a working paper : "Circus and Cognition: The Times Tools of Time" ; and other rough handwritten notes in French for an unknown paper.  

116Clown project - IGNCA Delhi [Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts}1992-1993

 Includes abstracts and project descriptions, correspondence, rough notes, etc.  

118"Cognitive and Epistemological Paradoxes of Humour - Unthinking Laughter" 1992

Rough notes, typed draft, correspondence regarding a paper on laughter.   

Records from Conferences and Lectures (includes notes, addresses)
117Tartu 2007 [conference]2007

Includes notes, 2 copies of address "Semiotics as the Science of Memory" by Paul Bouissac, University of Toronto, Victoria College.    

119Lecture series, "Body Motion Analysis" by Paul Bouissac1970

Includes schedule of lectures and an article about event.   See file 3-1 for related material.

120N.Y.U Mini Course "Semiotics of the Performing Arts"[199?]

Includes schedule, notes, correspondence.   

121Urbino 19781978

At the Centro Internazionale di Semiotica e di Linguistica - Urbino.  "Stages de Sémiotique, Paul Bouissac 'La Semiotique de spectacle de cirque.'" Includes correspondence, abstract of paper.

Box 2
Correspondence/subject files
214Phillipe Dubois1977-1980

Includes correspondence with Phillipe Dubois and copies of articles written by him.    

Notes/drafts/manuscripts of literary writings/addresses (includes research/publicity material, correspondence)
211Rough notes, correspondence and memorabilia 1962-1970

A variety of subject are included; "Le Cirque est mon Royaume" , royalties, grants, conferences, etc. Some of the material is in French.   

212Notes and correspondence regarding "To Catch a 'Kine'" and "The Language of Gestures."1973

 These were lectures presented by Paul Bouissac at the Body Motion Analysis lecture series.  

215Sally Banes Interview 1980.1980

Includes a copy of the article written by Sally Banes "Reading the Circus. And you thought it was just for fun..." The Voice, May 26, 1980.   Also includes a note from Sally Banes and a biography of Paul Bouissac.

216Projet sur le sémiotique littéraire, Toronto 19781978

Handwritten notes.  In French.   

217[Various notes and reprint of John McClelland "Three Prolegomena to a Semiotics of Rhetorical Arrangement"] 1994

Article is dedicated to Paul Bouissac.  The original file folder is labelled but writing is illegible.  There are also notes all over that folder and it has been retained.    

218"Mesure des Gestes" Feedback1972-1973

Includes correspondence.   

219[Research notes and bibliographies]1973-1978

One bibliography is titled "Bouissac Gift List"

220[Paul] Ekman [research notes] 1973

 Also includes newsletters "Signs for our Times" from the Linguistics Research Laboratory in Washington, D.C.  

Records from Conferences and Lectures (includes notes, addresses)
213Rio 19861986

Includes letters, addresses of contacts made, and a publication "Escola Nacional de Circo"  

International Semiotic Institute (ISI)
21Proposal for an International Semiotic Institute 1987

   

22ISI Database1987-1990

Records include database entries, structure, and information.  

23[ISI Correspondence]1988-1991

Correspondence relates to meetings of ISI, the Indo-Canadian database project, UNESCO participation and SSHRC grant  

24International Semiotic Institute Steering Committee / Advisory Committee minutes1987-1989

   

25Report, "Project of application for a grant from UNESCO Programme of Participation in the Activities of Member States."[1988]

   

26Document, "Reflections on ISI."[1988?]-[1991?]

   

27Correspondence with Eero Tarasti [President of ISI]1987-1990

   

28ISI 1987 Meetings1987

 See also file 2-4.  Includes correspondence, minutes and reports.  

29Correspondence with H. Broms [Director of ISI Database]1989

   

210ISI - Part 1 Database1990

Bound volume. Also includes several loose letters re database.   

Box 3
Correspondence/subject files
32[Correspondence regarding Semiotica and other topics]1973-1992

   

33Correspondence with Marc Angenot1982

   

35Constitution of the Canadian Federation for the Humanities1987

Includes an attached note from Viviane F. Launay, Executive Director.  

37[Papers by others with notes][197?]-2004

Typescripts with handwritten notes/suggestions.  Papers are by Hargeet Singh Gill, Charles Lock and Robert K. Logan

Notes/drafts/manuscripts of literary writings/addresses (includes research/publicity material, correspondence)
36Paper, "The Representation of Commonsense Knowledge:Semiotic Modelling and Artificial Intelligence (Working paper)" by Paul Bouissac1982

Typescript with handwritten notes.   

Records from Conferences and Lectures (includes notes, addresses)
31Lecture III SUNY1975

Includes notes, correspondence, photocopied pages from an article by Paul Ekman,etc. File has same schedule as File 1-9 - Lecture Series on Body Motion Analysis. 

34Lecture on Description - Iconicity and language [notes][197?]

Handwritten notes.  

38Conference, "The Multimodality of Human Communications."2001-2002

Includes correspondence, SSHRC funding records, conference programme, and a printed copy of all of the papers presented.  Conference held at Victoria College May 3-5, 2002.

39[Handouts from lectures, workshops]1991-2004

   

310VHS tape, "Kass VI - Symposium NoC - Sherkman (Discussion), Ikegami, Bouissac" 9.10.861986

   

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