Archives et collections spéciales/Archives and Special Collections
The Archives and Special Collections acquires, preserves, and provides access to archival documents in all media formats, as well as rare books and other publications that support teaching and research at the University of Ottawa.
Les Archives et collections spéciales acquiert, préserve et diffuse des documents d'archives sur tous les supports, des livres rares et d’autres types de publications qui contribuent à enrichir l'enseignement et la recherche à l'Université d’Ottawa.
The Archives and Special Collections acquires, preserves, and provides access to archival documents in all media formats as well as rare books and other publications that support teaching and research at the University of Ottawa.
Gestion des archives courantes et intermédiaires et politiques de collecte
Our main collecting areas are the Canadian Women's Archives, the Canadian Slovak Archives and the Literary Archives.
Instruments de recherche, guides et publications
The Canadian Women's Archives area contain more than 150 archival fonds and collections related to the history of women in Canada, with particular emphasis on the feminist movement since the 1960s. Both individuals and grassroots organizations who worked to improve the political, social, and economic conditions of Canadian women are represented in this unique collection. It also includes a significant collection of feminist periodicals, produced by feminists groups in Canada.The Canadian Slovak Archives area contains more than 30 archival fonds from individuals and organizations that documents Slovak immigration, as well as highlights the community's role and impact in both Canada and United States. It also includes a vast collections of periodicals. The Literary Archives area includes archival fonds and collections documenting the work of various writers in French and in Canadian Literature in the second half of the 19th and the 20th centuries. Other fonds are linked to different areas of expertise as the University of Ottawa, such as music and information science.
Zone de l'accès
Monday to Friday 9:00 am - 4:30 pm Monday to Friday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm (June - August) CLOSED on statutory holidays and during university holiday periods.
Conditions d'accès et d'utilisation
Zone des services offerts
Services d'aide à la recherche
Services de reproduction
Zone du contrôle
Identifiant de la description
Identifiant du service d'archives
Règles et/ou conventions utilisées
Niveau de détail
Dates de production, de révision et de suppression
Notes de maintenance
65 University, Morisset Building (MRT-039) Ottawa, Ontario CA K1N6N5