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Helen Levine fonds Sub-series
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Correspondence received

This sub-series consists of Helen Levine's received correspondence relating to her work at the School of Social Work at Carleton University; it also contains a minimal amount of personal correspondence.

The correspondence offers insight into Helen Levine's activities within the women's movement, as well as her feminist counselling and advocacy for women's rights.

Correspondence with Oonagh Berry

This sub-series contains correspondence between Helen Levine and her friend, Oonagh Berry, from 2001-2002. Oonagh Berry was an activist and worked as a counsellor at Amethyst Women's Addictions Centre in Ottawa until her retirement in 2002. In 2006, Second Story Press published Oonagh Berry and Helen Levine's correspondence project, as "Between Friends."

Essays, articles, and presentations

This sub-series contains Helen Levine's published and non-published essays, presentations, speeches, and articles. The sub-series especially focuses on feminist topics and includes Helen Levine's journal publication, "The Personal is Political: Feminism and the Helping Professions."

Publicity for "Between friends"

This sub-series contains correspondence, records, and some photographs concerning Helen Levine and Oonagh Berry's 2006 book entitled, "Between Friends." The file also contains one CD-ROM of launch photographs. The series documents the evolution of Helen Levine and Oonagh Berry's letter correspondence project.


This sub-series consists of Helen Levine's undeveloped manuscripts, including a book-length project entitled, “Swimming Upstream.” This manuscript is largely based on Helen Levine's Freefall writing workshops from an Ottawa-based writing group. The Freefall method involves writing without self-editing or forethought in order to disengage from the limitations of the ego.


This sub-series consists of administrative records related to Helen Levine's activities at the Carleton University School of Social Work, where she worked as a professor and instructor, from 1974-1988. The sub-series contains reports, minutes of meetings, information sheets and school pamphlets that pertain to School of Social Work activities.


This sub-series consists of course material for women's studies and social work courses taught at the Carleton University School of Social Work, and other, universities. The series especially focuses on course outlines, lecture notes and bibliographies for feminist counselling courses taught by Helen Levine.

Students works

This sub-series consists of Helen Levine's students' works, including published and unpublished articles, papers, and speeches.
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