Quebec Studies

Contributors

Quebec Studies (1993), 17, (1), 213–214.

Abstract

Quebec Studies, No. 17, 1994 CONTRIBUTORS ROBERT A. CLARK is Assistant Professor of Finance in the School of Business Administration at the University of Vermont. His fields of research include securities market microstructure and emerging capital markets in Asia and Africa. MARIE COUILLARD is Associate Professor of French at the University of Ottawa. She has authored a number of articles on women’s writing in Quebec and is currently working on a study of the critical reception of Marie-Claire Blais’ work. ROBERT DlON is a professor at I’Universite du Quebec Rimouski. His previous publications include Le Structuralisme littkraire (1993) and Le Droit du sol. Carnet de Berlin (1993). His current research focuses on critical discourse. KARIN EGLOFF is Assistant Professor of French at Western Kentucky University. Her writings include essays on Nelligan and Langevin, as well as a forthcoming book, Reflexions sur le theme du regard dans I’oeuure d’Andre Langeuin. B. N. FORESTELL is Director General, James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement, in the Federal Environmental Assessment Review Office, Government of Canada. ANNE-MARIE GRONHOVD is Assistant Professor of French at Gustavus Adolphus College. She has published on Marguerite Duras, Madeleine Monette, and Anne Hebert and is currently working on a book on narrative structures and the emergence of a new ethic in Proust, Hebert, and Monette. ALEXANDRA J A R Q U E is a doctoral s t u d e n t in French Studies at l’universite de Montreal currently working on a dissertation on “La figure du lecteur dans les romans quebecois contemporains.” She is part of a research group, directed by Lise Gauvin, which focuses on “L’ecrivain et la langue au Q u ebec .” PETER KARL KRESL is Professor of Economics at Bucknell University. He has published in the areas of trade and urban development, including The Urban Economy and Regional Tr& Liberalization (Praeger, 1992), Seen from the South (ed.) (Brigham Young University, 1989); he is currently completing papers on “Canada-U.S. Border Cities and the Free Trade Agreement” (forthcoming in Canadian-American Public Policy) and “Sub-national Governments and Trade Liberalization: Europe and North America” (forthcoming in Journal of European Integration).

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