Quebec Studies


Quebec Studies (1990), 10, (1), 191–193.


CONTRIBUTORS RICHARD CHADBOURNE is Professor of French at the University of Alberta. His publications include two books on Ernest Renan (1957, 1968), a book on Charles-Augustin Sainte-Beuve (Twayne, 1977) and a number of articles on nine­ teenth century French writers, Gabrielle Roy, and Quebec theatre. He is curren­ tly studying the French essay a>a literary form and theology in the selected works of Quebec writers. GEORGIANA COLVILE is Associate Professor of French and Comparative Literature at the University of Colorado. She has published Vers un langage des arts autour des années vingt (Klincksieck, 1977), a book on Thomas Pynchon (Rodopi, 1988), and several articles on modem French, American, and Canadian litera­ tures, film, and the plastic arts. She is researching the subject of children in French film, contemporary Quebec women's fiction, and Blaise Cendrars. MARIE COUILLARD is Assistant Professor of French at the Université d'Ottawa. She is the author of a number of articles on women's writing in Quebec and nineteenth century French literature. She is working on a study of the critical reception of Marie-Claire Blais's work. LUISE VON FLOTOW is a graduate assistant at the University of Michigan. She has co-edited a translation collection, Ink and Strawberries: An Anthology of Quebec Women's Fiction (Aya Press, 1988) and completed a translation of Madeleine Ouellette-Michalska's La Femme de sable (The Sandwoman) that will appear in 1990. She is also the author of an essay on East German literature. Her dissertation focuses on Quebec feminisms as a literary and political avant-garde. SYLVIE GUILLAUME chairs the History Department and is Professor of Con­ temporary History at the Université de Bordeaux III. Her published works include Antoine Ρίηα^ ou ία confiance en politique (Presse de la Fondation nationale de science politique, 1984), Paris, Québec, Ottawa: Un ménage-à-trois, co-edited with Pierre Guillaume (Entente, 1987), and Chronologie commentée de la France, 1946-1990 (Librairie Académique Perrin, 1990). She is currently collaborating on Une histoire des droites en France to be published by Gallimard. DAVID KEYPOUR is Professor of French at Huron College, University of Western Ontario. Author of André Gide: écriture et réversibilité dans "Les FauxMonnayeurs" (PUM and Didier, 1980), he is at work on a critical edition of Les Faux-Monnayeurs. PAULA GILBERT LEWIS is Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and Professor of French at George Mason University in Virginia. Her publications

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