File F 276.01 - Take one : women in film, vol. 3, no. 2

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Take one : women in film, vol. 3, no. 2

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F 276.01

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  • 1972 (Creation)
    Armatage, Kay

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1 journal ; 38 pages

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([ca. 1969])

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Kay Armatage joined Ryerson as an English Instructor in 1969 and left Ryerson sometime after 1971 and became a professor at the University of Toronto. She is cross appointed to Cinema Studies, Innis College, and The Women and Gender Studies Institute. She is also a member for the Graduate Centre for the Study of Drama. Kay has authored several books and articles as well as producing/directing narrative films. She was part of the Toronto International Film Festival, the Vice-Chair of the Ontario Arts Council, the Director of the Undergraduate Women's Studies Program at the University of Toronto as well as the founding Director of the Graduate Collaborative Program in Women's Studies.

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Item is vol. 3, no. 2 of the magazine Take One: Women in Film. Kay Armatage is listed as the Co-Editor and wrote a review on the book "Superstar" and a column called "Overlooked and Underated" in this edition.

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