Quebec Studies


Quebec Studies (1994), 19, (1), 183


Qu6bec Studies, No. 19,195'5 CONTRIBUTORS DENIS BACHAND is Professeur agrigi in the Departement de communication at the University of Ottawa. GARY COLLISON is Associate Professor of English at Pennsylvania State - University York; his areas of research include American Unitarianism, Transcendentalism, and abolitionism. ROBERT DION is a graduate student in political science at Indiana University. His is completing a monograph for the Indiana Center on Global Change and World Peace that examines the effects of living in majorityFrench political settings on the voting behavior and political attitudes of people in Quebec. ALAN F. FARRELL is Professor of French at Hampden-Sydney College, Virginia. SAMUEL H. FISHER 111 is Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice of the University of South Alabama; he is coauthor of Disconnected: Public Opinion and Politics in Alabama (Vision Press, 1994). LUCIE LEQUIN holds a joint appointment as Assistant Professor at the Simone de Beauvoir Institute and in the French Department of Concordia University. Author of numerous articles on contemporary women's writings, she is currently working on a study of immigrant women's writings and is completing a manuscript on Quebec women's novels published between 1945 and 1951. ROBERT LETOVSKY is Assistant Professor in the Department of Business Administration and Accounting, Saint Michael's College, Colchester, Vermont. His research interests include export finance, export assistance programs, and corporate case studies. MAX NEMNI is Professor of Political Science at Universite Laval. He has published widely on Quebec nationalism and ethnic issues. AXEL VAN DEN BERG is Associate Professor of Sociology at McGill University; his fields of research include Marxist theory and critical theory. RICHARD VENGROFF is Professor of Political Science and Dean at the Universityof Connecticut; he has published widely on francophone Africa. His current research focusses on decentralization and governance in Canada.

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