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[[File:Weinzweig.jpg|right|middle|205x314px|Helen Weinzweig in front of Carleton Hall. UA PR; Series 2, Sub-series 4; File 1021, Item 16]]
  
 
Helen Weinzweig was UNB’s eighth writer-in-residence for the 1988-1989 academic year. Her appointment was funded by the university, the Canada Council, and the New Brunswick Department of Tourism, Recreation, and Heritage. Weinzweig was previously the playwright in residence at the Tarragon Theatre in Toronto during 1984. During her year at UNB, Weinzweig lived in a student dormitory “to resolve an unfulfilled ambition to go to college.”
 
Helen Weinzweig was UNB’s eighth writer-in-residence for the 1988-1989 academic year. Her appointment was funded by the university, the Canada Council, and the New Brunswick Department of Tourism, Recreation, and Heritage. Weinzweig was previously the playwright in residence at the Tarragon Theatre in Toronto during 1984. During her year at UNB, Weinzweig lived in a student dormitory “to resolve an unfulfilled ambition to go to college.”

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Helen Weinzweig in front of Carleton Hall. UA PR; Series 2, Sub-series 4; File 1021, Item 16

Helen Weinzweig was UNB’s eighth writer-in-residence for the 1988-1989 academic year. Her appointment was funded by the university, the Canada Council, and the New Brunswick Department of Tourism, Recreation, and Heritage. Weinzweig was previously the playwright in residence at the Tarragon Theatre in Toronto during 1984. During her year at UNB, Weinzweig lived in a student dormitory “to resolve an unfulfilled ambition to go to college.”

Helen Weinzweig was proceeded by Douglas Glover, and succeeded by Nancy Bauer

 

Sources:

UA Case 191; Section 2; Helen Weinzweig

Panofsky, Ruth. "A 'Sense of Loss': A Profile of Helen Weinzweig." Atlantis Vol. 22.1, Fall/Winter 1997. Web.