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Richard Simeon fonds

  • UTA 1774
  • Fonds
  • 1968-2013

Fonds consists of correspondence, subject files, articles, teaching files, research notes and other records documenting the professional life and work of Prof. Richard Simeon. This includes records relating to Prof. Simeon’s PhD thesis and early career, teaching, departmental and curriculum planning at Queen’s University and the University of Toronto, peer reviews, conference attendance, articles and books, and evaluations of student performance.

The fonds also includes significant coverage of Prof. Simeon’s research projects and advisory work, including work for the Forum of Federations, as the research coordinator for the Macdonald Report on Canada’s future, as adviser to Ontario Premiers, and as participant in the Renewal of Canada conferences. Research files cover issues of ethnicity and democratic governance, Canada-U.S. relations, and bilingualism in voluntary associations. Records also document Prof. Simeon’s work relating to constitutional development in post-apartheid South Africa.

Fonds also contains a significant number of electronic files, some transferred directly from Prof. Simeon’s computer, and some on disks. These files relate the range of activities documented throughout the paper records. Files from his computer have been organized into the same 9 series as the paper files. Disks have been kept in their own series (Series 10).

Simeon, Richard


Series consists of 5.25 inch and 3.5 inch floppy disks containing Prof. Simeon’s work, including correspondence, papers, manuscripts, drafts, speeches, bibliographies, research, notes, databases, teaching records, essay comments, memos and other records relating to various projects and activities documented throughout the accession.

South Africa

Series consists of records documenting Prof. Simeon’s work relating to South Africa – in particular documenting his influence on public administration in the country during the early post-apartheid years. Prof. Simeon first traveled to South Africa in 1995, holding workshops on federalism and progressive democracy. He returned often and continued to advise the newly elected democratic government of post-apartheid South Africa on public administration. He also worked closely with a colleague at the University of Cape Town, with whom he often co-taught in both Toronto and Cape Town. Records include presentations to South African officials, annotated drafts of the South African constitution, papers, course material, correspondence, notes and other records.

Digital files include email correspondence, research material, article drafts, and other records.

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