Notes on Contributors
StÃ©phanie Cox teaches Languages, Literary and Cultural Studies on Francophone North America, including QuÃ©bec, Acadia, Louisiana in the French
and Francophone Studies Department and the Cross-Cultural Studies
Department at Carleton College.
College. She also teaches about France's relationship with its banlieues
Paris and Montreal. She has published articles on the works of Ying Chen
as comparative studies with other authors like Linda LÃª
Le whose works emphasize a transnational voice speaking from the border zones. She is embracing contemporary visual culture and collaborating on an interactive
and educational graphic novel for iPad.
Kathryn M. Droske is a doctoral student of French at the University of
Minnesota in the Twin Cities. She completed her M.A. in French at the
same institution in the spring of 2011. Kathryn spent the fall semester of
2011 in Montreal researching the archives and novels of Gabrielle Roy with
the support of a QuÃ©bec research grant from AIEQ,
AIEQ ACQS, and MRI.
Kathryn's current research engages with the epistolary tradition of QuÃ©bec,
including letters in fiction as well as historical correspondence.
Rosa Jung-Hwa Hong received her M.A. in French literature at the
UniversitÃ© de Tours, France, and Ph.D. in French literature at the University
of Toronto. She teaches French language, French and Francophone literaof
ture and culture courses at the University of Toronto Mississauga. Her current research focus on migrant writing in francophone literature, French as
aa second language pedagogy, and Experiential Learning. Her latest research
and publications are in the area of migrant writing in Aki Shimazaki and
Ook Chung's novels and Experiential Learning in French language teachOok
ing and learning such as Google Earth as a French learning tool.
Danielle JouÃ«t-PastrÃ© enseigne dans le dÃ©partement
dÃ©partement de langues, littÃ©ratures, et cultures de l'UniversitÃ© d'Albany. Elle dÃ©tient une maÃ®trise en histoire de l'UniversitÃ© de SÃ¢o Paulo au BrÃ©sil et un doctorat en Ã©tudes
franÃ§aises de l'UniversitÃ© d'Albany. Sa recherche porte sur les rÃ©cits de filiation et les discours sur l'appartenance dans la littÃ©rature quÃ©bÃ©coise contemporaine.
Denver Lewellen is the 2011-2012 Visiting Fulbright Research Chair in
Society and Culture in the Sociology and Social Anthropology Department
at Dalhousie University. A medical anthropologist, Dr. Lewellen has been
an investigator on studies related to the impact of health care restructuring
on persons with HIV in Canada and the United States, the health care experiences of World War II veterans, and brief interventions for the homeless
Babacar M'Baye is Associate
Associate Professor of English and Pan-African studies
at Kent State University. Babacar's
Babacar's research interests are varied and in-