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American Studies Association : November meeting.

The file consists of materials relating to a paper proposal by Stan Johannesen for the American Studies Association (ASA) 1987 Convention. Includes two pieces of handwritten and typed correspondence between Stan Johannesen and an academic colleague, including one original copy from Stan, and one draft of a paper proposal titled "Proposal for Individual Paper" (four pages, typed).

Johannesen, S.K.

American Studies Association : cabinetmaking and form, 1977.

File consists of materials relating to cabinetmaking and essays on cabinetmaking by Stan Johannesen. Includes : two pieces of correspondence (handwritten and typed originals) between Stan Johannesen and The Canadian Review of American Studies including one typed original in reply from Stan Johannesen; two drafts of essay titled "Cabinet-making and Expressive Form, 1760-1790" (34 pages each, typed, one copy with handwritten corrections by Stan) presented at a 1977 ASA meeting; one photocopy of an article (six pages) written by Stan Johannesen from Canadian Collector magazine titled "Unknown Furniture Master of Waterloo County"; one book review of Peter H. Wood's "Black Majority: Negroes in Colonial South Carolina from 1670 through the Stono Rebellion" written by Stan from William and Mary Quarterly, April 1975; and
*one photocopy of an essay titled "Cultural Accommodation in Mid-colonies Chairs, 1695-1942".

Also included in the file are four 21x26cm b&w photographs of cabinets and other ephemera.

Johannesen, S.K.

American Studies Association, Boston, 1977.

File consists of correspondence and materials accumulated and written by Stan Johannesen for his participation in the November 1977 American Studies Association meeting. Includes one untitled essay about the artifact in Native American culture" (27 pages, typed), essay notes (38 pages, handwritten and typed), 19 pieces of correspondence (ms and ts originals) to Stan Johannesen from academic colleagues, historical associations, and others, including nine original letters from Stan, and four unattributed (likely Johannesen) sketches of furniture.

Johannesen, S.K.

Autobiography, 1954.

File consists of one typed original autobiography (seven pages) written by Stan Johannesen in 1954 at age 15.

Johannesen, S.K.

Birth of love.

File consists of 58 pages relating to Stan Johannesen's memoir "The Birth of Love." Includes two typed drafts (16 pages each, one computer printout has 'last corrections' written on top of first page along with manual edits by Stan), and three photocopies of "Birth of Love" from the Fall 1997 Queen's Quarterly publication.

Johannesen, S.K.

Calgary conference, May 1991.

File consists of materials relating to Stan Johannesen's research and essays on Pentecostal practices, language, and experience. Includes: 10 pieces of correspondence (handwritten and typed originals) from academic colleagues, publishers, and others, including two original letters in reply from Stan Johannesen; two essay drafts by Stan titled "Pentecostal Practices and Everyday Life" (23 pages, original typed and 35 pages, original typed with manual corrections by Stan); one essay by Stan Johannesen titled "Language and Experience in a Pentecostal Church: A Historical and Critical Perspective Perspective" (15 pages, original typed); 12 pages (handwritten and typed originals) of notes by Stan; and one untitled essay about Gilman Ostrander's "Republic of Letters" by Stan (11 pages, typed).

Also included in the file are various pamphlets from US libraries and universities and 1 essay draft by Johannes Fabian titled "Charisma: Global Movement and Local Survival" (47 pages, typed).

Johannesen, S.K.

Canadian Historical Association, June, 1974 : paper read.

File consists of notes and drafts written by Stan Johannesen for the Canadian Historical Association. Includes "The Teaching of History: Some Thoughts on the Present Situation" (33 pages, typed and handwritten originals), "Review of Mennonite Show" (three typed pages with ms corrections by Stan), and two poems (one typed with manual corrections by Stan, and one handwritten).

Johannesen, S.K.

Canadian Newsletter of Research on Women, 1975.

File consists of one photocopy of Stan Johannese's book review of Lenore Davidoff's "The Best Circles, Society Etiquette and the Season" from the Canadian Newsletter of Research on Women, October 1975 (four pages).

Johannesen, S.K.

Columns, K-W Record, 1997.

File consists of 27 pages of articles written by Stan Johannesen from January to July 1997 while on sabatical in England. Includes nine pages of original tss., nine newspaper clippings affixed to paper, and nine photocopies of the newspaper clippings.

Johannesen, S.K.

Correspondence

Series consists of ca. 1479 items of personal and professional correspondence between Stan Johannesen and others, including family, friends, academic colleagues, and publishers in the forms of letters, greeting cards, postcards, invitations and memos.

Johannesen, S.K.

Correspondence 1973-2010 (file 1 of 4).

File consists of 147 pieces of correspondence (handwritten and typed originals) to Stan Johannesen from family, friends, academic colleagues, publishers, and other, including 27 original letters from Stan in reply. Includes greeting cards, postcards, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, photographs and other memoranda. Also included in the file are: ca.46 pages of notes (handwritten and typed originals) by Stan related to his works; two books reviews by Stan; four unattributed ink sketches with colour of furniture; two unattributed sketches of the female form; two unattributed poems; promotional posters for Stan's book releases and book talks; two editions of The Gazette newspaper; Historical Reflections Summer 1975; and
*other ephemera.

There are also copies of the following essays and papers: "Material Shapes and Collective Memory: A Norwegian Pentecostal Congregation in Brooklyn"; "Holy Ghost"; "Republicanism as Piety: The Self and the Sacred in America"; "John Turnbull's Declaration of Independence: The Minimalist Society of the American Enlightenment"; "Dickinson's 'Farmer' in American Revolutionary Consciousness"; "Collective Perception and American Design: Large Case Furniture in the Chippendale Style"; and
*a screenplay for "Sister Patsy".

Johannesen, S.K.

Early papers, 1960's.

File consists of essays written by Stan during his post-secondary education. Includes two essays: "Opportunity and the Black Worker: Some Problems of Leadership and Ideology, 1923-1929" (21 pages) and "Thoestein Veblen's America" (10 pages, includes letter grade and critique), and one piece of correspondence (one page, typed) from American Quarterly to Stan Johannesen attached to an essay titled "Sweet Little Fictions: the Culture of The Crisis, 1915-1925."

Johannesen, S.K.

Early writing.

File consists of two pieces of published short prose by Stan Johannesen written in his youth. Works are titled "When I was a Child" and "The Pleasures of Loafing" and are on two torn-out pages of an unidentified publication.

Johannesen, S.K.

Fictive artifacts, 1983.

File consists of materials relating to Stan Johannesen's essay "Fictive Artifacts." Includes five pieces of correspondence (handwritten and typed originals) to Stan Johannesen from The Ontario Museum Association and others, including one draft of "Fictive Artifacts" (14 pages, typed) and "Letter to the Editor: RE 'Fictive Artifacts' by Stanley Johannesen" by Don Spencer of the Joseph Schneider House (four pages).

Johannesen, S.K.

Four pieces and Artist.

File consists of drafts of two works : "Four Pieces" and "Artist" by Stan Johannesen. Includes one draft of "Four Pieces About Women" with manual corrections by Stan (17 pages, typed); one draft of "Millie" from "Four Pieces About Women" (seven pages, typed); and one draft of "The Artists of the Prayer Room" with manual corrections by Stan (13 pages, typed).

Johannesen, S.K.

Fragment : Lynell.

File consists of one work of prose by Stan Johannesen titled "Bringsrud II--unused fragment" (4 pages, typed).

Johannesen, S.K.

Grain Magazine.

Autumn 1997 Vol. 25, No. 2 of Grain Magazine. Includes the short story Solveig by S.K. Johannesen (pp. 45-51).

Johannesen, S.K.

Historical Reflections.

Spring 1980 Vol. 7, No. 1 of Historical Reflection titled "Religious practices and collective perceptions: hidden homologies in the Renaissance and reformation" by Lionel Rothkrug. Stan Johannesen is the editor of this volume.

Johannesen, S.K.

Historical Reflections.

Fall 1981 Vol. 8, No. 3 of Historical Reflection, a special edition on Women in China. Stan Johannesen is the editor of this volume.

Johannesen, S.K.

Historical Reflections.

Winter 1995 Vol.21, No.1 of Historical Reflections. Contains "Of dead grandfathers and stolen babies: social experience and moral reflection in a Norwegian tale" by S.K. Johannesen (pp.1-25).

Johannesen, S.K.

John Carter Brown Library.

File consists of items relating to Stan Johannesen's application for a research fellowship application to John Carter Brown Library. Includes four pieces of original correspondence (handwritten and typed originals), including two original letters by Stan, one research proposal (seven pages, typed), and one application notice for the John Carter Brown Library Research Fellowship.

Johannesen, S.K.

Kelly, George.

File includes five pieces of correspondence (handwritten and typed originals) to Stan Johannesen from George Kelly. Includes a greeting card and journal articles.

Johannesen, S.K.

Kliever, Lonnie : correspondence 1985 to 1987.

File includes 42 pieces of correspondence (handwritten and typed originals) to Stan Johannesen from Lonnie Kliever, including two letter copies from Stan in reply. Includes newspaper articles, postcards, and other memoranda.

Johannesen, S.K.

Kliever, Lonnie : correspondence 1988 to 1992.

File consists of 44 pieces of correspondence (handwritten and typed originals) to Stan Johannesen from Lonnie Kliever, including seven letter copies from Stan in reply. Includes magazine photocropies and other memoranda.

Johannesen, S.K.

Korea, God : the contemporary discussion, 1984.

File consists of research materials, notes, and a discussion paper accumulated or written by Stan Johannesen for the 4th international conference: “God: the Contemporary Discussion” in Seoul, South Korea. Includes two pieces of correspondence (handwritten and typed originals) to Stan Johannesen, including one letter copy from Stan in reply, notes written by Stan (five pages, handwritten and typed), two discussion papers written by Stan titled "The Representation and Reality of Divinity in Dance" (two pages each, ts); and other ephemera.

Johannesen, S.K.

LALL, Oct. 2004.

File consists of materials accumulated or created by Stan Johannesen for the ‘How Stories Work: Reading and Writing for Life’ continuing education course at the Laurier Association for Lifelong Learning (LALL). Includes two pieces of original typed correspondence to Stan Johannesen from a student and academic colleague; one course description; one class list; six pages of readings and discussion questions for the course; and one poem by Deborah Evans.

Johannesen, S.K.

Letters, 1991 to 1993.

File consists of 94 pieces of correspondence (handwritten and typed originals) to Stan Johannesen from family, friends, academic colleagues and others, including 34 letter copies from Stan in reply. Includes greeting cards, postcards, a wedding invitation, and other memoranda. Also in the folder are ephemera.

Johannesen, S.K.

Letters, 1994.

File consists of 79 pieces of correspondence (handwritten and typed originals) to Stan Johannesen from family, friends, academic colleagues and others, including 33 letter copies from Stan in reply. Includes greeting cards, postcards and other memoranda. Also in the folder are poems by Marney Kliever and other ephemera.

Johannesen, S.K.

Letters, 1995.

File consists of 77 pieces of correspondence (handwritten and typed originals) to Stan Johannesen from family, friends, academic colleagues and others, including 43 letter copies from Stan in reply. Includes greeting cards and other memoranda. Also in the folder are ephemera.

Johannesen, S.K.

Letters, 1996.

File consists of 128 pieces of correspondence (handwritten and typed originals) to Stan Johannesen from family, friends, academic colleagues and others, including 37 letter copies from Stan in reply. Includes greeting cards and other memoranda. Also in the folder are unattributed lyrics to "Farewell Song for Stan and Penny" and other ephemera.

Johannesen, S.K.

Letters, early 1980's.

File consists of 83 pieces of correspondence (handwritten and typed originals) to Stan Johannesen from family, friends, academic colleagues and others, including 11 letter copies from Stan in reply. Includes postcards and other memoranda. Also in the folder is a poem by John Johannesen (son) and other ephemera.

Johannesen, S.K.

Letters, late 1960's and early 1970's.

File consists of 85 pieces of correspondence (handwritten and typed originals) to Stan Johannesen from academic colleagues, family, friends, and others, including seven letter copies from Stan in reply. Includes greeting cards, postcards, and other memoranda. File also includes poems (attributed to S.), poems by Meg Kamen, and other ephemera.

Johannesen, S.K.

Letters, late 1970's.

File consists of 118 pieces of correspondence (handwritten and typed originals) to Stan Johannesen from family, friends, academic colleagues and others, including 33 letter copies from Stan in reply. Includes greeting cards, postcards, and memoranda. Also in the folder are ephemera and unattributed original pencil sketches of furniture and landscapes.

Johannesen, S.K.

Letters, late 1980's.

File consists of 37 pieces of correspondence (handwritten and typed originals) to Stan Johannesen from family, friends, academic colleagues and others, including four letter copies from Stan in reply. Includes greeting cards, poems and memoranda. Also in the folder are ephemera.

Johannesen, S.K.

Luggas Wood.

File contains notes written by Stan Johannesen pertaining to his novel "Luggas Wood". Includes 73 pages (handwritten and typed originals) of notes.

Johannesen, S.K.

Luggas wood.

Mockup of Stan Johannesen's book "Luggas wood" (typed 100 pages plus covers with handwritten corrections and notes). Also includes three illustrations (one glued to cover) for the novel.

Johannesen, S.K.

Luggas wood.

Mockup of Stan Johannesen's book "Luggas wood" (typed 94 pages plus covers).

Johannesen, S.K.

MTHS alumni.

File consists of materials related to Manual Training High School's (MTHS) reunion. Includes three items of correspondence (handwritten and typed originals) to Stan Johannesen. Includes newspaper clippings and other memoranda about the reunion.

Johannesen, S.K.

Melissa talk, Oct. 2005.

File consists of a speech written by Stan Johannesen. Includes two typed original pages of biographical and anecdotal remarks written by Stan Johannesen about Melissa Walker for her "The Ice House" book launch on October 13, 2005.

Johannesen, S.K.

Miscellaneous letters.

File consists of 92 pieces of correspondence (handwritten and typed originals) to Stan Johannesen from family, friends, academic colleagues, and others, including 26 letter copies from Stan in reply. Includes greeting cards, photographs, programmes, journal articles, a letter from Northrop Frye to Historical Reflections, and other ephemera. One piece of correspondence in French.

Johannesen, S.K.

Miscellaneous notes.

File consists of eight handwritten and typed original poems and short prose by Stan Johannesen, one dated 1984, the rest undated.

Johannesen, S.K.

Notes from Norway, 1990.

File consists of an essay written by Stan Johannesen detailing his trip to Norway to attend a conference for bible school teachers from north-west Europe and to do genaelogical research. Includes two copies of "Notes from Norway" (27 typed pages each).

Johannesen, S.K.

Notes.

File consists of research materials and works related to John Dickinson accumulated by written by Stan Johannesen. Includes notes (52 pages, typed and handwritten) about John Dickinson written by Stan; one essay titled "John Dickinson and the American Revolution" by Stan from the Summer 1975 volume of Historical Reflections, and a small book titled "The House on Jones Neck" by J.H. Powell for the Dickinson Mansion (26 pages). Also included in the file is an unattributed poem.

Johannesen, S.K.

Old photos.

File consists of the short story "Old Photos" by Stan Johannesen. Includes one draft (11 typed pages) with handwritten notes and edits by unknown editor.

Johannesen, S.K.

On the edge.

File consists of drafts of the essay "On the Edge" written by Stan Johannesen. Includes two typed drafts: one subtitled "On the Edge: Notes on Photography" (14 pages) and the other: "On the Edge: Photography and The Personal" (20 pages). Also included is a typeset draft of the first five sections of "On the Edge" (13 pages) and one page of handwritten notes titled "The photo essay" (48 pages total).

Johannesen, S.K.

Ostrander.

File consists of correspondence and materials related to Gilman M. Ostrander accumulated or written by Stan Johannesen. Includes nine pieces of correspondence (handwritten and typed originals) to Stan Johannesen from friends, publishers, and others. Also in the file are copies of obituaries and feedback on "Gilman M. Ostrander: Republic of Letters: The American Literary Class from the Revolution to the Civil War".

Johannesen, S.K.

Papers on teaching, 1994.

File consists of one discussion paper written by Stan Johannesen about the undergraduate program in history at the University of Waterloo (nine pages, typed)

Johannesen, S.K.

Poems.

File consists of 17 (handwritten and typed originals) poems by Stan Johannesen.

Johannesen, S.K.

Prodigal returns, 2006.

File consists of one draft of "Prodigal Returns" by Stan Johannesen. Draft titled "Sisters" (16 pages) and is an out-take from Stan's first novel "Sister Patsy" that was eventually cut from the ending.

Johannesen, S.K.

Publishing correspondence.

File consists of 33 pieces of correspondence (handwritten and typed originals) to Stan Johannesen from academic colleagues, publishers, editors, and others, including 11 letter copies from Stan in reply. Includes postcards and other memoranda.

Johannesen, S.K.

Queen's Quarterly.

Summer 2007 of Queen's Quarterly. Includes the short story "Creative writing" by S.K. Johannesen (pp.137-143).

Johannesen, S.K.

Queen's Quarterly.

Spring 2006 issue of Queen's Quarterly. Includes the short story "Prodigal returns" by S.K. Johannesen (pp. 451-469).

Johannesen, S.K.

Queen's Quarterly.

Fall 2005 issue of Queen's Quarterly. Includes the essay "Reflechissez" by S.K. Johannesen (pp. 361-369).

Johannesen, S.K.

Queen's Quarterly.

Fall 2009 of Queen's Quarterly. Includes the short story "The Wulfentite affair" by S.K. Johannesen (pp. 297-309).

Johannesen, S.K.

Recent correspondence.

File consists of 85 pieces of correspondence (handwritten and typed originals) to Stan Johannesen from family, friends, academic colleagues, publishers, and others, including 13 letter copies from him in reply. Includes greeting cards, postcards, and memorianda. Also in the folder are unattributed poems, newspaper clippings, magazine articles, and other ephemera.

Johannesen, S.K.

Report to the editor of the board of Historical Reflections, May 7, 1982.

File consists of drafts of "A Report of the Editor to the Board of Historical Reflections" written by Stan Johannesen. Includes two pieces of correspondence, 1 original and one copy, from Stan Johannesen to the Historical Reflections board members, each attached with a draft of the report titled "Report of the Editor to the Board of Historical Reflections" (one is 21 pages, typed and one is 18 pages, typed) .

Johannesen, S.K.

Representation of man, Trumbull.

File consists of one essay by Stan Johannesen titled 'On the Representation of Men: John Trumbull's Declaration of Independence' (15 pages). Essay is graded and contains marginalia by an unknown hand.Also included are four colour historical postcards from the United States Historical Society, photographs by George Mobley.

Johannesen, S.K.

Response to Dennis Martin.

File consists of materials relating to the essay "Response to Dennis Martin" written by Stan Johannesen. Includes one essay draft (seven pages, typed) and original notes (nine pages, handwritten).

Johannesen, S.K.

Resurrection.

File consists of seven items relating to short story "Resurrection" written by Stan Johannesen. Includes four pieces of original typed correspondence to Stan Johannesen and McClelland & Stewart Ltd. regarding "Resurrection", including one copyedit draft (16 pages) and one letter copy from Stan in reply; one biographical note; one typed draft of "Resurrection" with manual edits by Stan (12 pages); and one copy of The Journey Prize Anthology list of previous contributing authors.

Johannesen, S.K.

Review of Sennett.

File consists of one book review by Stan Johannesen. Review titled "Civility and the City: a Review of Richard Sennett's The Fall of Public Man" (14 pages, typed).

Johannesen, S.K.

Reviews.

File consists of reviews written by Stan Johannesen. Includes 46 pages of book, play, and art gallery exhibition reviews (24 typed pages, 13 handwritten pages, and nine photocopies of publications). Also included in the file are seven newspaper clippings and other ephemera relating to the publication of Johannesen's reviews.

Johannesen, S.K.

Reviews.

File consists of book reviews written by Stan Johannesen. Includes three book reviews for "A Dangerous Journey", "God's Peculiar People: Women's Voices and Folk Tradition in a Pentecostal Church" and "Handmaidens of the Lord: Pentechostal Women Preachers and Traditional Religion" by Elaine J. Lawless, and "To Know Ourselves: The Report of the Commission on Canadian Studies" by the T.H.B. Symons and "The Cultural Connection: An Essay on Culture and Government Policy in Canada" by Bernard Ostry.

There are also five pieces of correspondence (handwritten and typed originals) to Stan Johannesen from academic colleagues, including one typed original letter from Stan.

Johannesen, S.K.

S.K. Johannesen fonds.

Fonds consists of materials created and accumulated by Stan Johannesen over the course of his education, teaching career, and pursuit of personal interests. Includes correspondence, course materials created as a professor at the University of Waterloo and continuing education lecturer at Laurier University, juvenilia, and a variety of published and unpublished fiction and non-fiction works.

Johannesen, S.K.

S.K.J. correspondence, 1997 to 2002 (file 1 of 2).

File consists of 318 pieces of correspondence (handwritten and typed originals) to Stan Johannesen from family, friends, academic colleagues, publishers, editors, and others, including 111 letter copies from him in reply. Majority of correspondence is in English with several items in Norwegian. Includes postcards, greeting cards, and other memoranda. Also in the folder are pamphlets and other ephemera.

Johannesen, S.K.

Salem : the people of Brooklyn and Holy ghost.

File consists of research and other materials accumulated or written by Stan Johannesen for an untitled essay about Norwegian Pentecostalism in Brooklyn, New York and an essay titled “The Holy Ghost in Sunset Park”.

Includes seven pieces of correspondence (handwritten and typed originals) from academic colleagues, friends, and others, including one handwritten original letter from Stan; one untitled essay written by Stan (four pages, typed), one essay written by Stan titled "The Holy Ghost in Sunset Park" (18 pages) from Historical Reflections/Reflexions Historiques, Vol. 15, 1988; and one draft of the first chapter of "The Holy Ghost in Sunset Park" (31 pages, typed).

Also included in the file are 14 photographs, eight microfiche transparencies, pamphlets, programs, and other ephemera.

Johannesen, S.K.

Salem gospel tabernacle.

File consists of correspondence between Stan Johannesen and the Brooklyn Historical Society, and Salem Gospel Tabernacle ephemera. Includes three pieces of correspondence (handwritten and typed originals) including one original letter from Stan; two original anniversary commemoration programmes for the Salem Gospel Tabernacle from 1976 (50th) and 1986 (60th) along with copies of anniversary programmes and bulletins from 1941 (15th), 1951 (25th), 1956 (30th) and 1966 (40th).

Also in the file are two other church service bulletins, including one in Spanish.

Johannesen, S.K.

Sister Patsy.

File consists of 12 pieces of ephemera relating to the release of Stan Johannesen's book "Sister Patsy." Includes photographs, one award, one newspaper clipping, speech drafts, and other promotional material.

Johannesen, S.K.

Teaching

Series consists of materials created or accumulated by Stan Johannesen during the course of his teaching career. Includes syllabi for courses taught at University of Waterloo, a discussion paper regarding the History department’s undergraduate curriculum at University of Waterloo and a course description with discussion questions copies of readings for a continuing education course at Wilfred Laurier University.

Johannesen, S.K.

Terror and Malecón.

File consists of items relating to the essay "Teaching Culture in a Time of Terror" and the memoir "Malecón" written by Stan Johannesen. "Teaching Culture in a Time of Terror" is a paper presented by Stan at the XI International Conference on Arts and Culture in March 2001 in Havana, Cuba. During his time in Cuba at the conference, Stan began writing writing notes for "The Venus of the Malecon" which references his time in Cuba.

Includes a one-page typed abstract and one typed copy of "Teaching Culture in a Time of Terror" (six pages) with manual edits by Stan Johannesen; one invitation to present at the conference; one paper certificate for presenting at the conference; one conference programme in Spanish; one copy of the conference presentation guidelines in Spanish; one conference participant pass; one 16x22 notebook with thoughts and observations during the conference (nine handwritten pages); one handwritten and typed draft of "The Venus of the Malecon" (two pages); and one ts draft of "The Venus of the Malecon" (two pages).

Johannesen, S.K.

The Wulfenite affair.

File consists of 89 pages of handwritten and typed original drafts and notes for the short story "The Wulfenite Affair" by Stan Johannesen. Also included in the file is one invitation to a Turkish Embassy and Descant publication party.

Johannesen, S.K.

Trumbull paper.

File consists of research materials, notes, an essay about John Trumbull's painting "Declaration of Independence" accumulated and written by Stan Johannesen.

Includes five pieces of correspondence (handwritten and typed originals) to Stan Johannesen from academic colleagues and others; two drafts of essay titled "John Trumbull's Declaration of Independence: On the Representation of Men as Creators" (14 pages, typed and 27 pages typed); essay notes (three pages, handwritten); and one draft of essay titled "Projection, Projects, and the Minimal Notion of God: an Essay on the Religious Origins of the Enlightenment" (14 pages, typed).

Johannesen, S.K.

UW distance education.

File consists of materials relating to distance courses taught by Stan Johannesen while at the University of Waterloo. Includes one piece of original correspondence from Stan Johannesen and two distance course handbooks for the University of Waterloo: History 200 (43 pages) and History 315 (48 pages). Also included in the file are 11 photographs and nine negatives.

Johannesen, S.K.

Undisclosed location, 2006.

File consists of 42 pages of drafts and notes relating to the memoir "Undisclosed Location" written by Stan Johannesen. Includes one draft (27 pages, handwritten) with four maps (three photocopies and one transparency) and two pages of original handwritten notes; one original draft with edits (13 pages, typed); and two photocopies of the final draft (six pages each) as published in Queen's Quartley (Spring 2004).

Johannesen, S.K.

Vikstøl paper.

File consists of a manuscript written by Stan Johannesen about his genealogy. Includes one untitled, chaptered manuscript (36 typed pages), and two pieces of correspondence between Stan Johannesen and Barrett Watten, Associated Editor of 'representations' at Berkeley, including one original letter reply from Stan.

Johannesen, S.K.

Waterloo county furniture, 1977.

File consists of materials relating to the 'Furniture & Fraktur' exhibition co-curated by Stan Johannesen at the UW Arts Centre Gallery from September to October 1977. Includes one exhibition pamphlet, one Canadian Collector magazine; one newspaper clipping for a furniture auction sale; and one piece of paper detailing information on Ellis Cameron and his desk.

Johannesen, S.K.

Works : Fiction

Series consists of works created by Stan Johannesen including essays, short stories, poems, and books. Includes both published and unpublished manuscripts, typescripts, computer output, drafts, and correspondence. Also contains materials relating to the launch of his book “Sister Patsy.”

Johannesen, S.K.

Works : Non-Fiction

Series consists of non-fiction works and related research material created or accumulated by Stan Johannesen. Includes both published and unpublished essays, reviews, newspaper and journal articles, conference papers, and materials related to exhibitions and talks. Also contains Salem Gospel Tabernacle materials relating to his research on important individuals in the early days of the Norwegian Pentecostal movement in Brooklyn, New York and correspondence with the Brooklyn Historical Society.

Johannesen, S.K.

Works : Published

Series consists of published works, including essays and books, written by Stan Johannesen. Includes primarily journals and offprints as well as two book mockups. Also includes journals for which Stan Johannesen was the editor.

Johannesen, S.K.