Quebec Studies

Note on Contributors

Quebec Studies (1986), 4, (1), 337–338.


NOTE ON CONTRIBUTORS Math6 Allain, a native of Morocco, is Assistant Professor of French in the Department of Foreign Languages at the University of Southwestern Louisiana. She is an Associate of the Center for Louisiana Studies and is c u m n t l y serving as President of the Louisiana I Iistoriwl Association. Her articles on Louisiana topics have appeaxvd in French Review, Louisiana History, Southern Eqosure, Rmue d'Histoire de I ' M i q u e Frunpise, Revue de 1'Universite' de Moncton, University of Denver Occasional Papers, Bulletin de la SPFFA. She has coedited an anthology of Louisiana literature and two books of readings on the history of Frcnch Louisiana. Bernard Aresu teaches French and Comparative Literatun! at Rice University, has published articles and translations on comparative and hncophone literatures,and is completing a book on Kateb Yacine. Maurice Cagnon is Professor of French and Quebec literatures at Montclair State College. He is the editor of Etbique et estMtique dpns la littkruttre frnnpise du X X h siecle (Stanford University), the author of The Quebec Navel (Twayne Publishers) and co-author of l d h principale / Style VariP, Stylistique, Gmrnmuire, Traduction (Newbury House Publishers). He has written many studies on contemporary Fn!nch and francophone prose and poetry. Melvin Gallant is Professor of French and Acadian Literatures at the University of Moncton, New Brunswick His ten books include a novel, a collection of poems, children's tales and essays. H e is also a founding member and former pmsident of the Editions d'Acadieand the review EgulitL Eva-Mane Kriiller is an Assistant Professor in the English Department and the Programme of Comparative Litcratulr at the university of British Columbia. Her publications include articles in the Canadian J7eview of Comparatiw Literature, Canadian Literature and Revue de 1'Unimsitkd 'Ottawa. Janis L Pallister is University Professor of Romance Languages at Bowling Green State University. She is the author of eightecn scholarly and creative books, including an English edition of P a s s On Monsters and Mamls (University of Chicago, 1982). She is also the author of some forty learncd articles. Hans R. Runte, Professor of medieval French and contemporary Acadian literature at Dalhousie University, has published Li Ystoire de la mule mnrashe (Nicmeyer, 1974), The Sewn Sages of Rome: An Analytical Bibliography (Garland, 1984), articles on Mane d e France et Chktien d e Troyes, and numerous articles on Acadian writers. He is Associate Editor of Dalhousie French Review.

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