Quebec Studies

Note on the Authors

Quebec Studies (2000), 29, (1), 150–151.

Abstract

150 Note on the Authors Léon Bernier, sociologue, est professeur-chercheur à l'Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique, rattaché à l'Université du Québec. Il a aussi été chercheur à l'Institut Québécois de Recherche sur la Culture de 1980 à 1994. Parmi ses publications récentes: "Le public artistique, une oeuvre de création," Possibles 23, 4 (1999); et "Les effets structurants des interventions publiques en matière d'art et de culture," dans G. Bellavance (dir), Démocratisation de la culture et démocratie culturelle. Deux logiques d'action publique (Québec: PU Laval, 2000) Luc Bonenfant a récemment soutenu une thèse de doctorat intitulée "Jumeaux génériques? Nouvelle, poème en prose et avatars du genre dans l'oeuvre d'Aloysius Bertrand" à l'Université de Wolverhampton, Grande-Bretagne. Son mémoire de maîtrise portait sur "Kamouraska: roman du nom." Il a publié des articles sur Anne Hébert et Aloysius Bertrand. Il est présentement chercheur postdoctoral au Centre de recherche en littérature québécoise (CRELIQ) at Université Laval, où son projet porte sur le champ générique québécois et la constitution du récit contemporain. Jean-Pierre Boucher is a Professor in the Department of French language and literature at McGill University. Since the publication of Jacques Ferron au pays des amélanchiers (1973) and Les "Contes" de Jacques Ferron (1974), he has been recognized as a specialist on the work of Jacques Ferron. His interest in short story collections led to a study entitled Le recueil de nouvelles: études sur un genre littéraire dit mineur (1992) and his recent work on Albert Laberge. He has also written on Madeleine Ferron, Madeleine Monette, and Gaétan Brulotte. His creative works include novels, short stories, memoirs, and a play. James Csipak and Lise Héroux are Associate Professors of Marketing at the School of Business and Economics at Plattsburgh State University. Their articles on tourism marketing in the U.S. and Canada have appeared in the Proceedings of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada and the Journal of Interactive Marketing, and Professor Héroux has co-authored two books on the subject. Donald Cuccioletta is an historian and Professor of Canadian Studies at Plattsburgh State University. He is the author of New Mythologies for Canada: Modernism and the Nation-State (Presses de l'Université de Valenciennes) and his current research project focuses on the dissemination of liberalism and liberal thought throughout the Americas, 1800-1860. Albert Desbiens is Professor of American History (retired) at the Université du Québec à Montréal. His publications include "Les Etats-Unis: un regard contemporain," Bulletin d'Histoire Politique (Quebec). Paula Ruth Gilbert is Professor of French, Canadian, and Women's Studies at George Mason University. She has published three books and numerous articles on Quebec women writers and nineteenth-century French Symbolist poetry. She is the co-editor of the forthcoming Doing Gender: Franco-Canadian Women Writers of the 1990s and the co-author and co-editor of the forthcoming Violence and

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