The sub-series is comprised of a variety of types of records. Many of the records in the sub-series were originated, rather than collected, by Carl Ridd. This sub-series gathers together records in the collection that were generated as a result of Ridd’s academic career (either as a student or an instructor) that pertain less to specific courses or topics of study and more to administration and scholarly duties fulfilled outside the classroom. Prominent topics in the sub-series include Ridd’s interactions with students outside the classroom, considerations of teaching in a university, Ridd’s administrative work in the Department of Religious Studies, United College and the University of Winnipeg and Ridd’s role as a thesis supervisor.
Sub-series reflects the administrative aspects of the Adult Intensive Care Nursing Program and its development. Records include the AICNP admission package, correspondence from Dalhousie regarding the transfer of a School of Nursing credit, HSC special programs information, and debriefing sessions.
A variety of types of records comprise the sub-series. Many of the records in this sub-series were originated by Ridd, although a significant portion of the records were collected by him. This sub-series pulls together the material generated by Ridd as a full-time United Church minister at Emerson – Dominion City pastoral charge in Manitoba in the late 1950s and early 1960s, his ministry at Eastside Terrace Methodist Church in Paterson, New Jersey and his casual or infrequent ministerial or church group leadership activities during his career as a professor.
A variety of types of records comprise the sub-series. Many of the records in this sub-series have been collected, rather than originated, by Carl Ridd. This sub-series pulls together records in the collection that pertain to Christian theological matters without relating directly to either Ridd’s work as a minister or the United Church of Canada. The prominent topic in the sub-series is new or evolving theological positions, particularly in regard to liberation theology.
The sub-series is comprised of a variety of types of materials generated by Carl Ridd’s work as a student in Manitoba and New Jersey, such as class notes, assignments and course handouts. Records in this sub-series have been either collected or originated by Ridd. This sub-series gathers together records pertaining to Ridd’s studies in English, Theology and Religion and Literature (Ridd’s studies in Education are not strongly represented in the collection).
A wide variety of types of records comprise the sub-series. Many of the records in the sub-series have been collected, rather than originated, by Carl Ridd. The sub-series gathers together records that pertain to human rights violations, state-sponsored terror, political changes, related social justice issues and Canadian and American intervention in Central America. Nicaragua, Guatemala and especially El Salvador are treated extensively. The impact of political upheaval in Central America on Christian groups in Central America is a prominent topic in the sub-series, as are Karen Ridd’s detainment in Central America and Carl Ridd’s trip to El Salvador.
Sub-series consists of miscellaneous oral histories conducted under Krista Cooke in 2000 – 2003 and radio interviews by Sam Waller Museum staff. Records include paper transcripts and audio tapes of interviews. Interviews include Harry Anderson, the Young Archaeologists Club (conducted by CBC Radio), Sports Hall of Fame (CBC Radio), Exhibit Renovation with Ron Scott (by NCI radio) and interview with Robert Arthur Hutton.
Most of the records in this sub-series have been originated by Carl Ridd, although a large number of supporting records collected by Ridd are also found in the sub-series. The sub-series gathers together records written by Ridd that he appears to have kept near-at-hand for referential use or to duplicate and pass on to others.