QuÃ©bec Studies, No. 15, 1992/93
BERNARD ANDRES is Professor of French and QuÃ©bec literatures at the
University of QuÃ©bec in Montreal. He is the author of Ã‰crire ie QuÃ©bec: de Î™Î±
contrainte Ã Î¯Î± contrariÃ©tÃ©. Essai sur Î™Î± constitution des Lettres (1990), ProÃŸs du
personnage chez Claude Simon ( 1993), and is currently engaged in research on the
emergence of QuÃ©bec letters from 1764 to 1815.
NICOLE AAS-ROUXPARIS is Assistant Professor of French at Lewis and Clark
College in Portland, Oregon. Her publications include L'Espace fictionnel dans la mise
en scÃ¨ne de Claude Ollier ( 1990) and a number of articles on Pierre Nepveu, Madeleine
Monette, and Marie-Claire Biais as well as on Oilier. She is working on the topic of
Caribbean voices in QuÃ©bec and on Caribbean women writers. Professor AasRouxparis serves as Secretary of the American Council for QuÃ©bec Studies.
FRANK CAUCCI is Assistant Professor of French and Canadian Studies at
Indiana University Northwest. He is the author of Les Voix d'Ã©ros: la poÃ©sie
amoureuse de Paul Eluard et de Pabh Neruda ( 1989) and translator of Pier Giorgio
Di Cicco's Les Amours difficiles (1990). His research interests include ItalianCanadian writing and poetry translation.
FRÃ‰DÃ‰RIQUE CHÃ‰VILLOT is Assistant Professor of French at the University of
Denver. She has published a number of essays on contemporary French and
QuÃ©bÃ©coise writers and is the author of a forthcoming book, La RÃ©ouverture du texte,
which deals with texts by Balzac, Beckett, Robbe-Grillet, HÃ©bert, Aragon, Roussel,
Calvino, and BÃ©nabou.
CHARLES-PHILIPPE DAVID is Professor of Strategic Studies at the Royal
Military College of Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu in QuÃ©bec. He is the author of several books, including a forthcoming study, Foreign Policy Failure in the White House:
Reappraising the Fall of the Shah and the han-Contra Affair. At present, he is
completing a textbook on decision-making in American foreign policy. From 1990
to 1992, he was a visiting professor and Fulbright Scholar at the Center for
International Relations at UCLA.
LOUISE DUPRÃ‰ is a writer, critic, and professor of QuÃ©bec literature at the University of QuÃ©bec in Montreal. She has published two poetic texts, Chambres ( 1986)
and Bonheur (1988), as well as StratÃ©gies du vertige: Trois poÃ¨tes: Nicole Brossard,
Madeleine Gagnon, France ThÃ©oret (1989), and numerous essays on contemporary
women's writing. She also collaborated on the collective project La ThÃ©orie, un
dimanche (1988). Professor DuprÃ© serves on the editorial board of Voix et images.
LUISE VON FLOTOW teaches French and translation in Germany. She has
published several essays on contemporary women's writing in QuÃ©bec, is co-editor
of a translation collection, Ink and Strawberries: An Anthology of Quebec Women's
Fiction (1988), and is the translator of Madeleine Ouellette-Michalska's The
Sandwoman (1990) and France ThÃ©oret's The Man Who Painted Stahn ( 1991 ).