The Helen Levine fonds, 1931-2018, documents Helen Levine’s activities within the women's movement, as well as her social work and teaching career at the School of Social Work of Carleton University. The fonds illustrates Helen Levine’s implementation of a feminist perspective into school curricula.
The fonds also reflects Helen Levine's advocacy and social work practice. The fonds features conference and workshop programs as well as administrative records, news clippings, and resource materials. The advocacy records show Helen Levine's community work and her involvement in issues such as motherhood, friendship, violence against women, and women's rights. The fonds also contains Helen Levine's published works and personal correspondence.
This series contains Helen Levine's professional and personal correspondence from friends, colleagues, and family members. The series mainly pertains to Helen Levine's professional speaking engagements and facilitation of workshops and conferences, especially from between 1970-1990.
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.