Dr. Alan Brissenden
MSS 92 B8583p
|1.1||Paper by A. Brissenden & E. Brissenden. Television programmes for children in Britain. 25, 2 leaves.|
|1.2||Summary of above. 2 leaves.|
|1.3||Letter. Winter, A.J. 14th October 1975. 1 leaf.|
|1.4||BBC Television programmes for children under 5. 5,  leaves.|
|1.5||BBC Television children's programmes. 9 leaves.|
|1.6||List of stories. 1 leaves.|
|1.7||"John Craven's newround" article for the EBU review.|
|1.8||Article from The Stage and Television Today, July 25th 1974.|
|1.9||Article for Variety, January 8th 1975. 1st 2 pg. only.|
|1.10||Jackanory. 7 leaves.|
|1.11||Jackanory (List of stories). 9 leaves.|
|1.12||Blue Peter. 26p.|
ATAC Newsletter (The Australian Childrens' Television Action Committee.) Oct. 1974- (No. 3- ) - imperfect.
Publications : K. Tindall and D. Reid Television's Children (1975); K. Tindall, D. Reid and N. Goodwin Television : Twentieth century cyclops (1977); ditto Television : your world (1977); Children as viewers and listeners : a study by the BBC (May 1974); R. Curnow Australian Broadcasting Index 1900-1942 (1976); H. Mayer and S. Pantzer Media Policies of Australian Political Parties (1976); Public Opinion of the ABC : results of a survey (May 1973); F. Emery and M. Emery A choice of futures : to enlighten or inform (1975).
Senate. Standing Committee on Education, Science and the Arts.
2nd Progress Report on 'All aspects of television and broadcasting...' Aug. 1973.
Parliamentary Debates : Hansard 6-10 Dec. 1976 (on Broadcasting and Television Amendment Bill).
Senate. Standing Committee on Education and the Arts. Impact of television on children. 4 August 1977.
Ditto. Children and Television : Inquiry into the impact of television on the development and learning behaviour of children. 1978.
|"Access to Rare Books" : [paper given at the Library Association of Australia 22nd Biennial Conference 1982].|
[Dr Brissenden was Chairman and Vice-President of the SA Division of the Council (subsequently the Arts Council of South Australia) from 1972 to 75]
|Arts Council of Australia (S.A. Division). Executive Committee notes (12 May 1971-29 May 1972) 1v. (MS)|
Volume includes drafts of submission for subsidies for 1971/72.
|Arts Council of Australia (S.A. Division) Inc. Annual report and financial statement 1968-71. 4v. (printed)|
|The first 25 years: a study of the Arts Council of Australia. (1968) 1v. printed.|
[The Arts Council was founded in May 1948 as the Federal Arts Council of Australia.]
|Arts Council of Australia (N.S.W. Division). The future of the Arts Council : a statement of policy adopted by the State Executive. 12 Aug. 1972. 1v. (printed)|
|Letter from R. Clarke, General Manager of the Arts Council of S.A., inviting Brissenden to the Annual Dinner in May 1988, with draft reply by Brissenden. 19 April 1988. 2pp.|
(The dinner succeeded the 23rd AGM of the Council at which the Regional Cultural Council was established, taking over many of the former functions of the Council.)
|Committee for the Performing Arts. Minutes, agendas, correspondence and related papers. 1970-92. 30cm. |
[Includes papers of the Place of Theatre in the University Drama Sub-Committee 1973; the Committee of Review into the Performing Arts/Performing Arts Training Review 1990; on co-operation in drama teaching between The University of Adelaide and Flinders University 1989-91; merger with SACAE Drama Department 1990-91; proposed TheatreInstitute/SA Association for Studies in the Performing Arts 1988; and Centre for the (Study of the) Performing Arts, 1986-88].
|5.1||Correspondence 1976-1988. 15cm.|
[Including separate files of correspondence with each State Committee and with New Zealand, United Kingdom and United States; with ESTC personnel at the British Library and the North American editor (Prof. H.L. Snyder); and the Humanities Research Centre (Dr J.C. Eade) [Box 1]
|5.2||Minutes of EIP Executive Committee (1979-87), S.A. State Committee (1979-81) and administrative correspondence and reports (appointment of research assistants, funding, project methodology, publicity, sources, publication, equipment and transfer of entries to machine readable format). 1979-88. 30cm.|
EIPSA final entries and corrections (bromides and copy). 30cm.
See also Early Imprints Project. Brochures, posters, catalogues ... MSS 094 E12b
6.1 Shakespeare conferences
International Shakespeare Association
World Shakespeare Congress
Australian & New Zealand Shakespeare Association Conference
6.2 Other conferences
David Nichol Smith Memorial Seminar in Eighteenth Century Studies
AULLA (Australasian Universities Language & Literature Association)
Humanities Research Centre (HRC)
ANZAMRS (Australian & NZ Association for Medieval and Renaissance Studies)
ASAL (Association for the Study of Australian Literature)
7.1 [Statistical and financial returns of teachers for the S.A. Ballet Company. 1979. * 15cm.
See also Australian Dances files, MSS 792.80994/B859a
|Draft and proof copies of Shakespeare and the dance. .|
| Minutes, agenda papers, correspondence, newsletters and memoranda.|
October 1994-December1996, May 1997.
|Minutes, agenda papers, reports, memoranda, correspondence and articles. |
October 1993-September 1994. 5 cm.
Series 11. Notes and theses as a University undergraduate and postgraduate 1951-53 and 1962. 15 cm.
Comprising lecture notes as an undergraduate and Honours student , University of Sydney (English and Bibliography) 1951-53; Honours thesis “The originality of Robert Greene” 1953; D.Phil. thesis ‘Sexual themes in Jacobean drama” 1962
Series 12. Lecture notes and source materials. 18 cm.
Lecture notes and source material as a University lecturer, University of Adelaide (including on bibliography and printing) and scripts for radio broadcasts on drama (c1964-65) 1964-94. 18 cm.
Series 13. Correspondence 1967-92. 15 cm.
Including correspondence re the Studies in Tudor and Stuart Literature series 1967-76 (and its funding), and the anthology Lawson’s Australia 1970-75; re study leave 1968-92; as Visiting Lecturer to the University of Tasmania and University of Western Australia 1980 and 1981; and promotion to Reader 1979-82
Series 14. University of Adelaide / Dept. of English 1965-88. 15 cm.
Papers relating to Departmental and University matters 1965-88.
Series 15. [Papers on the arts in South Australia] 1979-81
Comprising files on Culture and the State (arts funding in South Australia) 1979, History of Culture in Australia seminar 1981, and contribution by Brissenden on dance to the publication From Colonel Light into the Footlights.
Series 16. Writers Week
Papers re Writers Week 1994. 5 cm.
Series 17. Helen Darville (Demidenko)
Papers re Helen Darville (Demidenko) controversy 1995.
Series 18. Review of Tertiary Music Education & Training in SA 1999
Papers related to the response to the Review of Tertiary Music Education & Training in SA 1999 (1999-2000)
Series 19. Correspondence and papers 1994-2001 related to Alan Brissenden’s World Shakespeare Bibliography 4 cm.
Comprises correspondence, photocopied reviews, company prospectus, and selected programmes, including
Series 20. Research papers for the Oxford Shakespeare As You Like It (Oxford: Clarendon Pr., 1993) 18 cm.
20.1 Correspondence between Alan Brissenden and Oxford University Press and others re publication 1987-1994
Series 21. Newspaper clippings 1946-2000. 6 cm.
Newspaper clippings 1946-2000 on dance, art, drama, Shakespeare etc.
Series 22. Menus. 30 cm.
Menus collected by Alan Brissenden 1938-2004. Includes menus from cruise ships and airline and train travel, and menus from England, Europe, United States, New Zealand and Australia. Also wine labels collected 1970-74.