Quebec Studies


Quebec Studies (1995), 20, (1), 113–114.


Ill QS Contributors Roseanna Lewis Duffault, an Associate Professor at Ohio Northern University, is the author of The Metaphors of Identity: The Treatment of Childhood in Selected Québécois Novels ( 1991 ). She is currently preparing an anthology on women writers in Québec. Kevin Elstob is Assistant Professor in the Department of Modern Languages at Cleveland State University and the author of Political Theatre in France: Michel Vinaver (1992). He is currently working on representations of capitalism on the French stage as well as on the "Headscarf Affair" in France. Jean Fouchereaux is Associate Professor of French and Chair of the Department of Foreign Languages and Classics at the University of Southern Maine. He has published a number of essays on the Quebec novel and on Franco-Ontarian and FrancoManitoban literatures as well as on the preservation of the French heritage of Louisiana. Henry Garrity is Professor and Chair of Romance Languages at Bowling Green State University. He is the author of Film in the French Classroom (1988) and numerous articles on seventeenth-century French theater and French and Québec cinema Lise Gauvin is Professor and Directrice du Programme en Études Québécoises at the Université de Montréal. Her numerous books include the anthology Ecrivains contemporains du Québec (1989), Lettres d'une autre (1984), and Fugitives, nouvelles (1991). She is currently editor ofEtudes françaises. Paula Ruth Gilbert is Professor of French, Canadian, and Women's Studies at George Mason University. In addition to her book, The Literary Vision of Gabrielle Roy, she has published numerous articles on Gabrielle Roy, Marie-Claire Biais, Michèle Mailhot, And Emile Nelligan. She is also the editor of Traditionalism, Feminism, and Nationalism: Women Writers of Québec and co-author (with Lorna Irvine) of articles on teaching comparative Canadian and Québécois fiction. Susan Ireland, an Associate Professor at Grinnell College, has published articles on Jacques Roubaud, Monique LaRue, and le roman beur. She is currently working on a book on North African women immigrants in France. Peter G. Klaus is Professor at the Institut für Romanische Philologie of the Freie Universität Berlin. His publications include many articles on the writing of NéoQuébécois and on teaching Québec literature and civilization. Pierre Nepveu is Professor of French at l'Université de Montréal. His many publications include an anthology entidedL» poésie québécoise, the literary essays of L'ecoloßie du réel, several volumes of poetry, and two novels entided L'Hiver de Mira Christophe and Des mondes peu habités. He is currendy working on a new essay collection to be called Intérieurs du Nouveau Monde. Marvin N. Richards is Assistant Professor of French at John Carroll University in Cleveland, Ohio. He has published on Aloysius Bertrand and is currently preparing a study of the development of the prose poem in France.

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