Quebec Studies

Notes on Contributors

Quebec Studies (2018), 66, (1), 193–194.

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Notes on Contributors Notes on Contributors Notes on Contributors Nancy M. Arenberg is an Associate Professor of French at the University of Arkansas. She specializes in seventeenth- and eighteenth-century epistolary literature and theory. Her monograph entitled Textual Transvestism: Revisions of Heloise (17th–18th-Centuries) was published with Brill in 2015. Over the years, she has also published numerous articles and book chapters on Francophone women writers, mainly from North Africa and Québec. Professor Arenberg is presently working on Jewish transnational authors, focusing on absence, suffering, and memory. She is also one of the core faculty members of the new Jewish Studies Program at the University of Arkansas. Philippe Gauthier teaches cinema and media at Queen’s University, Canada. He recently completed a two-year SSHRC postdoctoral fellowship at Harvard University. Gauthier is currently working on a research project on the plurality of cultures and languages found in French-Canadian cinema. His books include Le montage alterné avant Griffith (L’Harmattan, 2008) and The Image in Early Cinema. Form and Material (Indiana University Press, 2018). His work on cinema, animation, television, and comics has appeared in a number of edited collections and journals such as Animation, Cinema & Cie, Cinémas, Film History, International Journal of Comic Art, New Review of Film and Television Studies, and Studies in French Cinema. Jonathan Gosnell teaches French language at all levels and topics in contemporary French society and culture at Smith College. His research examines articulations of French identity outside of metropolitan France, as constructed in the colonial and postcolonial worlds. It explores notably French designs of empire, Europe, and the Americas, from the seventeenth century to today. Professor Gosnell is the author of The Politics of Frenchness in Colonial Algeria, 1930–1954 (University of Rochester Press, 2002) and Franco-America in the Making: The Creole Nation Within (University of Nebraska Press, 2018). Simone Grossman est professeure de littérature française et québécoise à l’université Bar Ilan. La littérature contemporaine du Québec est son Québec Studies, 66 https://doi.org/10.3828/qs.2018.22

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