Quebec Studies


Quebec Studies (1991), 12, (1), 191–192.


191 CONTRIBUTORS PIERRE ANCTIL is Assistant Professor of Jewish Studies and Director of the French-Canadian Studies Program at McGill University. He is the author of Le Rendez-vous manqué. Les Juifs de Montréal face au Québec de l'entre-deux-guerres (1988) and Un homme grand, Jack Kerouac at the Crossroads of Many Cultures (1990). His current work focuses on the works of Jewish immigrants in Montreal in the early twentieth century. ANNE BROWN is Assistant Professor of French at the University of New Brunswick. She has published several essays on Quebec women writers and is working on two projects: a book on Quebec women writers of the sixties and a collaborative essay collection on identity in international women's writing. JOHN A. DICKINSON is Chair of the History Department at the Université de Montréal. Widely published on a variety of topics in early French-Canadian history, he is also the author ofJustice et justiciables. Laprocédure civile à la Prévôté de Québec, 1667-1759 (1982) and is co-author of A Short History of Quebec: A Socio-Economie Perspective (1988). KATHARINE GINGRASS is a doctoral student in French and a Teaching Fellow at the University of Pennsylvania. She has published an essay on Robert Desnos and is completing a dissertation on the representation of women in surrealist literature. ANNETTE HAYWARD is an Associate Professor in the Department of French Studies at Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario. She has published articles on literary criticism and history in Quebec at the beginning of the twentieth century, as well as essays on the fiction of Laure Conan, Marie-Claire Biais, and Gérard Bessette. She is presently preparing a book on Marcel Dugas, the principal spokesperson of the "exotics." JEAN-GUY HUDON is Professor of French and Québécois Literatures and Director of the French Masters Program at the Université du Québec à Chicoutimi. He has published several bibliographies and critical assessments of Robert de Roquebrune and has contributed to La Presse québécoise, des origines à nos jours and Dictionnaire des oeuvres littéraires du Québec. ANDRÉE LEVESQUE is Associate Professor of History at McGill University. She is the author of Virage à gauche interdit. Les communistes, les socialistes et leurs ennemis auQuébec, 1929-1939 (1984) and La Norme etles déviantes. Des femmes au Québec pendant l'entre-deux-guerres (1989). Her current research includes a biography of a communist militant, Jeanne Corbin, and a study of the autobiographical writings of prostitutes. ALAIN-NAPOLÉON MOFFAT is a graduate student in Art History at the Université de Montréal. He has written several articles on contemporary Quebec and American cinema and is preparing a study of gays and the national question.

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