Quebec Studies

Notes on Contributors

Quebec Studies (2017), 63, (1), 183–184.

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Notes on Contributors Notes on Contributors Notes on Contributors Mercédès Baillargeon is Assistant Professor of French and Francophone Studies at the University of Maryland, where she is also affiliated with the departments of Women’s Studies and Film Studies. In 2011, she co-edited Remous, ressacs et dérivations autour de la troisième vague féministe (Editions de Remue-Ménage, 2011), a collection of essays on third-wave feminism in Québec. She has also published on contemporary Québécois cinema in Québec Studies, and in Women in French Studies about the work of Christine Angot. Her forthcoming book, Le personnel est politique: médias, esthétique et politique dans les œuvres de Christine Angot, Chloé Delaume et Nelly Arcan, will be published by Purdue University Press. Kirsty Bell est professeure agrégée à l’Université Mount Allison au Nouveau-Brunswick. Ses recherches portent sur la littérature québécoise et sur les rapports entre la littérature et l’art visuel. Elle est l’auteure de Coprésences et entrecroisements. Le pictural et le narratif chez Marie-Claire Blais et Sergio Kokis (Rodopi, 2014). Elle a également publié des articles sur Nicolas Dickner, Louise Warren, et Gabrielle Roy, entre autres. Grant W. Grams has degrees from the University of Saskatchewan (B.A., 1989), Albert Ludwigs University, Freiburg, Germany (M.A., 1995), and Phillips University, Marburg, Germany (Ph.D., 2000). He is currently an online history tutor at Athabasca University. Catherine Khordoc is Associate Professor of French at Carleton University in Ottawa, where she teaches Québécois and francophone literatures. She is the author of Tours et détours: Le mythe de Babel dans la littérature contemporaine (Presses de l’Université d’Ottawa, 2012), and co-editor, with Marie Carrière, of Migrance comparée: Les littératures du Canada et du Québec / Comparing Migration: The Literatures of Canada and Québec (Peter Lang, 2008). Her most recently published article on écriture migrante appears in the Oxford Handbook of Canadian Literature (Oxford University Press, 2015). Québec Studies, 63 https://doi.org/10.3828/qs.2017.11

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