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Elizabeth Johnson fonds

  • 21
  • Fonds
  • 1980 - 2006

The records in this fonds were created and received in the course of Elizabeth Johnson’s tenure at the Museum of Anthropology. The records relate to activities Johnson was involved in through her various positions at the Museum, including: involvement with exhibitions, collections, the museums relations with the community and various community events sponsored by the museum, teaching and various administrative activities. The fonds consists of agendas, agreements, articles, artifact lists, attendance figures, biographies, books, business cards, budgets, calendar of events, catalogue drafts, comment books, conference schedule, consent forms, contract lists, correspondence, course descriptions, curators statement, declaration, diagram, drawings, evaluations, exhibit labels, expenses, internal forms (exhibit proposal forms), financial records, flyers, final reports, guidelines, grant applications, invitations, lecture notes, memoranda, minutes of meetings, museum exhibit diagrams, notes, permission forms, photographs, photograph labels, posters, plans, policies, press releases, proposals, publications (books), publicity records, receipts, reports, reproductions of newspaper ads and articles, research notes, revisions, schedules, slide list, slides, speaking notes, student papers, surveys, syllabi, teaching notes, transcripts of research interviews, audio cassettes of interviews, translations, visitor surveys and comments, and videos.

The fonds is arranged in the following series:

  1. Proposed Exhibits
  2. Exhibits
  3. Collections
  4. Special projects and events series
  5. Correspondence series
  6. Museum education series
  7. Administrative series
  8. Academic materials

See attached pdf document for description of series and file lists.

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson

A302

Subseries consists of a record relating to Elizabeth Johnson’s activities as instructor for Anthropology 302. Record consists of a lecture outline.

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson

Miscellaneous teaching material

Subseries consists of a handmade, laminated booklet about the preservation and display of textiles. The book was made by Elisa Dubuc while she was an intern at MOA. The book was created to introduce visitors to the textile collection.

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson

Presentations and conferences

Subseries consists of records relating to Dr. Johnson’s presentations and conference activities including: a presentation on the Museum of Anthropology’s visible storage at the International Institute for the Conservation of History & Artistic Works Canadian Group and at the Canadian Heritage Information Network; a presentation at the American Association for State and Local History; a presentation Does Anthropology Need Museums?; a presentation Chinese Canadian History; a presentation at the Association of College and University Museums and Galleries conference; a presentation Through Indian Eyes at the Boston Children’s Museum; a presentation Clothing at the Vancouver Museums and Planetarium Association; a presentation Salish Weaving at the Campbell River & District Museum & Archives; a presentation textile conservation; a presentation Translations of Tradition: Joanna Staniszkis’ Recent Work for the Canadian Museums Association/SMQ conference; a presentation on the Museum of Anthropology; a presentation Exhibiting Historical Costumes from a Living Tradition: Cantonese Opera in Canada at the Textile Symposium; a presentation Hong Kong’s “New Territories”: A Study of Research Done Before 1997 at the International Conference on Hong Kong and Modern China; a presentation Clothing Collections from Local Communities: The Dynamics of Research and Exhibition at the Costume Society of America; a presentation Negotiating New Relationships: Canadian Museums, First Nations, and Cultural Property at the University of British Columbia Institute for European Studies; Movement and Ownership of Archaeological Material, The Chinese Situation and global Implications: A Round Table on New Strategies on Cultural Preservation; a presentation Research at the Margins: Distinctive Occupational Groups in South China at the Hong Kong Anthropological Society and the Hong Kong Museum of History; Current Post-Graduate Research on Hong Kong Society; a presentation An Embarrassment of Riches: Cantonese Opera Costumes from Vancouver at the Association for Asian Studies Annual Meeting; a presentation The Social Context of Cantonese Opera in Canada at the Association For Canadian Theatre Research; and a presentation A Constant Presence: Indigenous People and Their Clothing in a Contemporary Canadian Museum at the American Society for Ethnohistory. Records include memos, conference programmes, newsletters, newspaper articles, correspondence, Elizabeth Johnson’s short biography, ephemera, reference list, business cards, presentation and lecture notes, overhead projector transparencies, schedules, conference attendance contact sheet, receipts, collection object information, an invitation, and round table discussion notes.

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson

MOA volunteer training

Subseries consists of records relating to MOA’s volunteer training of programmes and policies, collections, and committees. Records include memoranda, seminar and lecture outlines, seminar schedules, reading list, and assignment requirements.

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson

Papers and publications

Subseries consists of records relating to Elizabeth Johnson’s research, writing, and publication activities including: The Clothing and Textile Collection at the University of British Columbia Museum of Anthropology; Experimentation in University Museums; Exorcizing the Ghosts of History: Canadian Museums, First Nations and the Negotiation of Repatriation; Bridging the Gaps: A Museum-based Heritage Awareness Programme; Welcome to the Museum of Anthropology!; Material History Review; Clothes that Are Not Worn (except…): The Politics of the Clothing Collection at the Museum of Anthropology. Records include papers, articles, publications, correspondence, calendar of events, abstracts, notes, and Elizabeth Johnson’s short biography.

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson

A341

Subseries consists of records relating the course Anthropology 341 ‘Material Culture: Clothing and Culture’ taught by Elizabeth Johnson. Included in the series are annotated syllabi, correspondence, course outline, and presentation notes.

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson

Special sessions

Subseries consists of records relating to a course taught by Elizabeth Johnson at the University of Alberta in Edmonton. The course was entitled ‘Curatorial Research’ and was offered by the department of Clothing and Textiles records. Records in this series include correspondence notes a syllabus, receipts, and lecture outlines.

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Chinese painting course

Subseries consists of records relating to the course on Chinese Painting taught by Elizabeth Johnson for the department of Art History at the University of British Columbia. The records in this subseries include notes, memoranda, exhibit proposals, correspondence, and annotated essays.

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson

Programme communication and flights

Subseries consists of records relating to a work shop for curators of Korean art. This work shop was held in Seoul, Korea and the consequently elements of this file relate to travel arrangements. Records in this series are comprised of correspondence and notes.

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson

Lecture notes Cantonese Opera

Subseries consists of records relating to a lecture on the Cantonese opera given by Elizabeth Johnson. Records in this series are comprised of ephemera, correspondence, notes, syllabi, memoranda, course list, course transaction report, and photocopied book chapters.

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson

A431

Subseries consists of records relating the course Anthropology 431 Museum Principals and Methods which Elizabeth Johnson taught regularly between 1993 and 2002. Records in the series include notes and lecture notes, correspondence, syllabi, contracts bibliographies, course description grading schemes, history of the University of British Columbia and the Museum of Anthropology’s massive carvings, artifact list, acquisition background information form, and Elizabeth Johnson’s short biography.

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson

Goals and plans

Series consists of records relating to Elizabeth Johnson’s statement of goals, and records relating to her projected activities as curator and her responsibilities for the MOA Archives outlined in a three-year plan. Records include statements of goals, program plans, memoranda, and correspondence.

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson

Academic materials

Series consists of records pertaining to Elizabeth Johnson’s teaching activities. The records relate both to courses which Johnson taught and notes on guest lectures that Johnson gave for classes at the University of British Columbia. Records include correspondence, notes, reports, syllabi, funding applications, memoranda, bibliographies and grading sheets.

The series is arranged into the following sub-series:
Subseries A: A431
Subseries B: Programme communication and flights
Subseries C: Lecture notes Cantonese Opera
Subseries D: Special sessions
Subseries E: A341
Subseries F: Chinese painting course
Subseries G: MOA volunteer training
Subseries H: Papers and publications
Subseries I: Presentations and conferences
Subseries J: A302
Subseries K: Miscellaneous teaching material

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson

Assistants and associates

Subseries consists of records relating to various researchers, assistants and other temporary employees under Elizabeth Johnson’s charge. Records in the series include notes, correspondence and contracts.

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson

Bequests

Subseries consists of records relating to miscellaneous financial bequests to the museum with a particular focus on the Fyfe-Smith bequest. Records in the series include minutes, a portion of the Fyfe-Smith will, and correspondence.

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson

Museum education

Series consists of records pertaining to educational programmes offered at the University of British Columbia. Records include a programme brochure, correspondence, an unpublished essay and a participant list.

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson

Staff retreat notes

Subseries consists of records relating to staff retreats from 1978 to 1982. The records included in this series are notes.

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson

Administrative files

Series consists of records pertaining to sundry administrative and operational activities of the Museum of Anthropology. Records include staff retreat notes, summary of recommendations and decisions, correspondence, contracts, minutes and memoranda.

The series is arranged into the following subseries:
Subseries A: Staff retreat notes
Subseries B: Bequests
Subseries C: Assistants and associates
Subseries D: Goals and plans

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson

Correspondence

Series consists of correspondence relating to the general administrative activities and responsibilities of Elizabeth Johnson in her capacity as Curator of Documentation, Curator of Collections, Curator of Ethnology, and as Curator of Textiles. Records include 10 colour photographs, correspondence, publications, memoranda, photocopies of contact sheets, handwritten notes, name lists, object lists and a project proposal.

Elizabeth Lominska Johnson

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