QuÃ©bec Studies, No. 14, 1992
WILLIAM F. AVERYT is Director of Canada-U.S. Business Studies and Associate
Professor of Business Administration at the University of Vermont. He is the
author of three books, including Canada-U.S. Tehcommunications in a Global
Context (1987), and editor of three additional volumes, including The CanadaU.S. Free Trade Agreement: Implications, Opportunities, and Challenges (1990), as
well as numerous articles on business, energy, and economic issues concerning
Canada and QuÃ©bec. He received the Canadian Studies Senior Fellowship Award,
1990-1991, for research on Canada-U.S. hydroelectricity trade.
ROBERT BERROUÃ‹T-ORIOL is a linguist by training and Director of educational
programs, HAITI/PNUD/UNESCO, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. He has published
a number of essays on francophone literature and culture. His work in preparation
includes a study of francophone and crÃ©olophone cultural and linguistic affiliations.
ROBERT FOURNIER is Professor French Linguistics in the French department of
Carleton University in Ottawa. He has edited the Revue quÃ©bÃ©coise de linguistique
thÃ©orique et appliquÃ©e since 1981 and is the author of several publications on French
Creole, French in the Americas, and regional French. He is working with Robert
BerrouÃ«t-Oriol on francophone and crÃ©olophone cultural and linguistic affiliations;
other work in progress includes an anthology on French Creole.
SIMON HAREL is Professor of Literary Studies at the UniversitÃ© du QuÃ©bec Ã
MontrÃ©al. He has published several books and essays, including his highly praised
Voleur de parcours (1989) and Vies et morts d'Artaud (1990). He has also edited
L'Ã‰tranger dans tous ses Ã©tats. Enjeux culturels et littÃ©raires (in press).
MICHAEL KLEMENTOWICZ is Associate Professor of French at Huron College
of the University of Western Ontario. He has published an essay on the feminine
monologue in the work of Michel Garneau and continues research on Garneau's
drama and poetry.
JOZEF KWATERKO is Associate Professor of French at the University of Warsaw
in Poland. His publications include several articles on Ferron, Bessette, Godbout,
and Ducharme, and a book, Le Roman quÃ©bÃ©cois de I960 Ã 1975: idÃ©ologie et
reprÃ©sentation littÃ©raire (1989). He is currently writing about the images and
function of the intellectual in Quebec culture and literature.
DAVID LEAHY is a doctoral student in the humanities program at Concordia
University. He has received a three-year research assistantship from SSHRC for
a project on "L'identitaire and l'hÃ©tÃ©rogÃ¨ne dans la prose romanesque quÃ©bÃ©coise
depuis 1940." He is currently completing an interdisciplinary, cultural studies
thesis on the social discourses of ethnicity, gender, and class in Anglo-Canadian
and QuÃ©bÃ©cois fiction, 1939-59.