Quebec Studies


Quebec Studies (1990), 11, (1), 155–156.


155 CONTRIBUTORS FRANCINE COUTURE is Professor of Art History at the Université du Québec à Montréal. She has published articles on art and technology, and on public art education in Quebec. She is editing a volume on the visual arts in Quebec (19631970). MONIQUE CROCHET is Professor of French at the University of Southern Maine. She is the author of Les Mythes dans l'oeuvre de Camus (1973) and Le Français des professions médicales et sociales: textes et controverses ( 1986). Her current research is on Gabrielle Roy. ROSEANNA LEWIS DUFAULT is Assistant Professor of French at Ohio Northern University. She is the author of a forthcoming study, Metaphors of Childhood: Personal and Political Identity in Québécois Novels and is researching the fiction of Marie-Claire Biais. LOUISE FORSYTH is Professor of French at the University of Western Ontario. She is widely published in the areas of contemporary Quebec poetry and theatre, with particular emphasis on the writing of Nicole Brassard. She is currently President of the Association of Canadian Theatre History. LISE GAUVIN is Professor of French and Québec literatures at the Université de Montréal. She is also a well-known literary critic, essayist, and the author of the popular fiction-essay, Lettres d'une autre (1984, 1987). She recently collaborated with Gaston Miron on an anthology of contemporary Québécois writing, Ecrivains contemporains du Québec depuis 1950 (1989). PAULINE JULIEN is one of Quebec's most celebrated popular singers. Winner of numerous musical awards, she has developed a unique chansionnière style with a social conscience and nationalist themes. She appeared in the recent NFB Radio Canada documentary, Québec: unpeu, beaucoup, passionnément. This fall she starred in Voix parallèles, a retrospective of Quebec poetry performed at the Théâtre du Café de la Place in Montreal. JANE KOUSTAS is Assistant Professor of French at Redeemer College in Ontario. She has published articles on translating Michel Tremblay and on the theatre of Jean-Claude Germain. She is preparing a study of thirty years of translated Quebec theatre in Toronto.

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