ARCHIVES OF ONTARIO, Travels with Elizabeth Simcoe - A Visual Journey Through Upper and Lower Canada URL:

  • Jim Burant

Author Biography

Jim Burant

Jim Burant completed his Honours B.A. (History and Art History) in 1974, and his M.A. (Canadian Studies) in 1979 at Carleton University. He has been with the National Archives of Canada in various capacities since 1972, and is currently the Director of Art and Photography Archives in the Canadian Archives Branch. He has written on archives and archival issues in Archivaria, The Archivist, Provenance, and Off the Record; on aspects of Canadian art history in the Journal of Canadian Art History, Urban History Review, Imprint, Muse, and the Bulletin of the National Gallery of Canada; and on Canadian photography, including an article in the British Museum’s Imaging the Arctic, among other publications. He has also organized numerous art or archival exhibitions for the National Archives of Canada, the National Gallery of Canada, the London Regional Art Gallery, and the Ottawa Art Gallery. He has also been an active member of a number of archival associations. He recently completed a five-month research fellowship at the National Gallery of Canada, and was awarded a Queen’s Jubilee Medal in recognition of his work for the National Archives.

How to Cite
Burant, Jim. 2002. “ARCHIVES OF ONTARIO, Travels With Elizabeth Simcoe - A Visual Journey Through Upper and Lower Canada URL:”. Archivaria 54 (January), 178-81.
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