File consists of Prof. John Wadland’s subject file on women and art. This file includes handwritten notes, newspaper clippings, copied articles and booklets and government publications. Topics in this file include women in photography, stereotypical opinions of Feminine art, and the rise of women in the art industry. Also includes a pin from the Canadian Advisory Council on the Status of Women from 1985.
File consists of Prof. John Wadland’s subject file on theatre in Stratford, Ontario. This file includes newspaper clippings with topics such as Brief Lives and its release at the Stratford theatre festival, the development of the Stratford festival, and character reviews following the performance of the festival plays
File consists of Prof. John Wadland’s subject file on Shaw theatre festival. Items in this file include newspaper clippings that cover topics such as the return of the Shaw festival from 1980, the resignations of Paxton Whitehead from Shaw festival director, and controversy over the festival tent layout amidst the expansion.
File consists of Prof. John Wadland’s subject file on Quebec theatre. This file includes newspaper clippings with topics that surround Lennoxville festival cancelations from 1981, critiques and opinion reviews on plays and playwrights, Montreal arts school program changes, and as well as articles written on Rene Levesque and his career as a playwright.
File consists of Prof. John Wadland’s subject file on Elizabeth Smart. This file contains a review on Smart’s works turned from a novel to poem by Alicia [Van Wast?], as well as a news clipping discussing Smart’s life as a teenager.
(no title) - Nature areas #'s 1-16 listed and described, 26 pages. 
Trent University Nature Sanctuary and Research Area. 
Faculty Research Using Trent University Land and Adjacent Waterways. 
Nassau Campus: A Preliminary Documentary Survey of Historical Archaeological Potential/ by Ross Jamieson. 1989
On the Development of the Nassau Campus/ G.F. Hamilton. April 17, 1989 (previously 2 copies - 1 copy moved to Trent University Major Reports Collection)
Nature Areas on the Nassau Campus, Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario: An Initial Report by Rosita Ben-Oliel. Directed by Roger Jones and John Marsh. August 1989
"Ecohab", and A Tentative Proposal for an `Ecohab Dwelling'/ by Nick Beeson. 
Trent Nature Areas Threatened?/ Arthur (Trent University student magazine). October 1989 (2 copies)
Nature Areas and Their Use on the Nassau Campus Trent University Peterborough, Ontario/ by Rosita Ben-Oliel, Roger Jones, and John Marsh: The Wildlife Sanctuary Committee, Trent University. December 1989 (2 copies)
Nature Areas and Their Use on the Nassau Campus... Executive Summary. December 1989
A Proposal for Developing the Environmental Education Potential of the Campus Nature Areas. The Wildlife Sanctuary Committee, December 1989
Nature Areas on the Nassau Campus/ by John Marsh. [December 1989]
File consists of Prof. John Wadland’s subject file on Indigenous nations on in the north. This file consists of booklets with topics including matrilocality in hunting, analysis of community composition, the Mistassini society, and citizenship and immigration.
Includes the following publications:
Notes on Lodge Plans in the Lake Indicator Area of South-Central Quebec, Edward S. Rogers, 1963
The Indians of the North by G.C. Monture, 1960
Human Rights and Canada's Indians by Professor Leslie C. Green, 1971
The Indian in Transition: The Indian Today, 1964
Matrilocality in a Simple Hunting Economy (Montagnais-Naskapi) by Eleanor Leacock, 1955
A Method of Statistical Analysis of Primary Relative Bonds in Community Composition, by June Helm, 1969
Remarks on the Methodology of Band Composition Analysis by June helm, 1969
The Canoe-Sled among the Montagnais-Naskapi, by E.S. Rogers, 1962
The Individual in Mistassini Society from Birth to Death, by Edward S. Rogers and Jean H. Rogers, 1960
The Yearly Cycle of the Mistassini Indians, by Edward S. and Jean H. Rogers
Indians of the Yukon and the Northwest Territories. by the Dept of Citizenship and Immigration, Indian Affairs Branch, 1965.
The Canadian Indian: A Reference Paper, by the Dept of Citizenship and Immigration, Indian Affairs Branch, 1957
The Canadian Indian, by the Dept of Citizenship and Immigration, Indian Affairs Branch, 1964
Naskapi Law (Lake St. John and Lake Mistassini Bands) Law and Order in a Hunting Society, by Julius E. LIps, 1947. Transactions of the American Philosophical Society held at Philadelphia for Promoting Useful Knowledge
File consists of Prof. John Wadland’s subject file on Inuit in the north. This file includes articles and booklets with topics including notes on the cooperative movement and community organization in the arctic, social culture of "Nunivak Eskimo", sociocultural change, population numbers, and "Caribou Eskimos." Includes the following publications
Notes on the Cooperative Movement and Community Organization in the Canadian Arctic, by Frank G. Vallee, 1964.
The Social Culture of the Nunivak Eskimo, by Margaret Lantis, 1946.
The Canadian Arctic, Sociocultural Change, by Robert G. Williamson, 1968
Child Rearing Patterns among the Great Whale River Eskimo, by Irma and John Honigmann, 1953 Eskimo Quarterly, published by the Oblate Fathers of the Hudson Bay Vicariate: vols. 10 (Sept 1948), 11 (Dec 1948), 12 (March 1949), 23 (Dec 1951)
Intercultural Relations at Great Whale River, by John J. Honigmann, 1952
The Number of Eskimos: An Arctic Enigma, by Robert M. Bone, 1973
The Future of the Caribous Eskimos, by Wendell H. Oswalt and James W. Van Stone
Human Resource of Canada's Northlands, by Diamond Jenness, 1961
Eskimo Population in the Canadian Eastern Arctic, Sept 1944
The Indian in Transition: The Indian Today
The People of the Canadian North, prepared for the National Workshop on People, Resources and the Environment North of '60, by Eric Gourdeau, May 1972
File consists of Prof. John Wadland’s subject file on northern environments and development. This file consists of booklets written on topics including design of spillway models, effects of oil spills, Canadian arctic resource committee, nature conservation, and arctic resource research needs.
Publications include the following:
Indian and Northern Affairs. North of 60: Design of a Model Spillway for Tailings Operations in Northern Regions (1973-74)
Indian and Northern Affairs. North of 60: Effects of Oil Spillage on Microorganism in Northern Canadian Soils (1974-75)
Canadian Arctic Resources Committee. Terrestrial Environments (Vegetation and Permafrost) prepared for the National Workshop on People, Resource and the Environment North of '60, by J. Lambert, May 1972.
EAMES. The Achievements of an Environmental Program. 1981.
IUCN Bulletin. International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources. April/June 1970.
A Look at the Future of Hazardous Contamination of the Circumpolar Environment, by Kingsley Kay, 1967.
LNG Pipelines in Arctic Regions by Graham Walker, 1968.
The Role of Indians and Eskimos in the Canadian Mining Industry, by Andrew J. Freyman and Graham T. Armstrong, 1969
Canadian Arctic Resources Committee. Aquatic Resources in the Canadian North: Knowledge, Dangers, and Research needs, prepared for the National Workshop on People, Resources and the Environment North of '60. By J.B. Sprague, May 1972.
Land Regulation in the Canadian North. Peter J. Usher and Grahame Beakhust, Canadian Arctic Resources Committee, November 1973.
File consists of Prof. John Wadland’s subject file on northern economic studies. This file includes booklets written on topics such as the northern Foxe Basin, north of 60, banks islands, and land and industries in Alberta.
File consists of Prof, John Wadland’s subject file on Northern development. This file contains newspaper clippings and photocopied articles, academic papers, and book excerpts. Topics in this file include rail development in the north and its alternatives, welfare colonialism, policy consequences of northern development, and northern policy.
File consists of Prof. John Wadland’s subject file on Northern conferences. This file includes publications from the 19th Alaskan Science Conference (Whitehorse, 1968), The Mid-Canada Report from the Mid-Canada Development Conference (1971), Inter-Nord (1968), and the Third Canadian Northern Conference (1970).
File consists of Prof. John Wadland’s subject file on Canadian North general (file 2 of 2). This file includes newspaper clippings and photocopied book excerpts. Topics within this file include but are not limited to arctic shipping, polar politics, and histiography.
File consists of Prof. John Wadland’s subject file on Canadian North general file (1 of 2). This file contains booklets with topics that include recent developments in the Canadian north, the new north, weather and climate, Canada’s northlands, and perspectives on the north.
File consists of Prof. John Wadland’s subject file on broadcasting in the North. This file contains student papers, photocopied government documents, and some newspaper clippings. Topics in this file include the Northern broadcasting policy, electronic communications, the effects of television on the Inuit population, and Eskimo oral traditions.
File consists of Prof. John Wadland’s subject file on Arctic Sovereignty. This file includes booklets written on arctic sovereignty and the Canadian Arctic resources committee. The authors of these booklets include W.H Patterson, L.C Green, and R. Franson, A.R Lucas, and A.R Thompson.
File consists of Prof. John Wadland’s subject file on Arctic Anthropology. This file consists of booklets with topics including, field work on Banks and Victoria islands in Arctic Canada, antiquity, the Pig Site, Eskimo art, public consultations on population questions, and archaeological resources of the Canadian north.
File consists of Prof. John Wadland’s subject file on newspapers (file 2 of 2). This file consists of newspaper clippings with topics that include Montreal Gazette contract updates, Toronto Star expansion with Houston Post, legislation changes for newspaper chains, and sale and purchase of news companies.
File consists of Prof. John Wadland’s subject file on newspapers file 1. This file consists of newspaper clippings, student papers, and photocopied news articles. Topics include opening of Sunday business papers, changes in the Toronto Star with William Southam, “press under pressure”, and new voices within the newspaper industry.
File consists of Prof. John Wadland’s subject file on Peter Newman. This file contains magazine articles, and newspaper clippings. Topics include criticism on Newman's approach to history, opinion pieces on Newman’s inability to fulfill promises, as well as Newman’s writing of realism in political journalism.
File consists of Prof. John Wadland’s subject file on visual arts. This file contains newspaper clippings, photocopied magazine excerpts, and book chapters. Topics in this file include, Eskimo art, Ekidluak Lomoartok’s artwork and career, and reclaiming the history of Canada.
File consists of Prof. John Wadland’s subject file on Native Studies, Indians of North America. This file includes newspaper clippings, photocopied documents, book chapters, and booklets. Topics in this file include conviction of Indigenous activists, PCB plan, Lubicon settlement, white encroachment on reserve lands, and cultural history.