Index of Quebec Studies Volumes 22-33

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Index of Quebec Studies Volumes 22-33


Index of Articles

Articles by Name of Author(s)

Articles by Subject

     Arts
            Film
            Music
            Painting
            Performing Arts
            Popular Culture
            Television
     Comparative Literary Studies
     Economics
            Economic Policy
            Globalization
            Labor Relations
            NAFTA
     Education
     Francophones outside Quebec
     Gender Studies
     Geography
     Healthcare
     History
            19th Century
            20th Century
            French Regime
     Language
     Literature in English
     Literature in French
            Autobiographical texts
            Correspondence
            Criticism
            Drama
            Essay
            Fantastic tale
            Novel
            Poetry
            Short fiction
     Multiculturalism
            Ethnicity
            Identity
     Politics
            Constitutional Issues
            Elections
            Political Parties
            Political Theory
            Referendum of 1995
            Social Policy
            Sovereignty
     Regional Studies
     Relations with Rest of Canada
     Religion
     Social Theory
     Translation
     US-Quebec Relations

Index of Book Reviews

Book Reviews by Title

Book Reviews by Name of Author(s)

Book Reviews by Name of Reviewer

Book Reviews by Subject

     Art
     Cinema
     Cultural Studies
     Economics and Business History
     Francophones outside Quebec
     History
     International Relations
     Language
     Literature and Literary Theory
     Media
     Political Science
     Politics
     Sociology
     Theater
     Translation
     Urban Studies

Women's Studies

Index of Articles

Articles by Name of Author(s)

The articles are numbered according to the alphabetical order of authors. For coauthored articles, the number is assigned to the first author and placed after the citation for second authors.

Abramson, Bram, see Greg Elmer. "Excavating Ethnicity in Quebecois." Vol. 23 (1997): 13-28. [37]

[1] Adamson, Ginette. "Autogeneration du langage, mode d'emploi de l'ecriture narrative de Madeleine Monette." Vol. 23 (1997): 54-61.

[2] Aguiar, Luis LM. "Against the Odds: Gender, Ethnicity and the Attempt to Unionize a Garment Factory in Montreal." Vol. 28 (1999/ 2000): 56-80.

[3] Allen, Luther. "Thinking as a Quebec Canadian: Charles Taylor and the 1995 Referendum." Vol. 24 (1997): 55-73.

[4] Anderson, Michele. "Female Subjects in the Films of Paule Baillargeon." Vol. 26 (1998/1999): 79-87.

[5] Andrew, Caroline. "Where is Decentralization in Post-Referendum Quebec?" Vol. 24 (1997): 133-42.

Beauchemin, Jacques, see Charles Bellerose. "Communaute nationale et definition du sujet politique: analyse de deux grandes consultations populaires au Quebec 1967-1995." Vol. 28 (1999/2000): 27-55. [7]

Bedard, Guy, see Leon Bernier. "Americanite-Americanisation des Quebecois: quelques eclairages empiriques." Vol. 29 (2000): 15-25. [9]

[6] Belanger, Damien-Claude. "L'abbe Lionel Groulx et les consequences de l'emigration canadienne-francaise aux Etats-Unis." Vol. 33 (2002): 53-72.

[7] Bellerose, Charles and Jacques Beauchemin. "Communaute nationale et definition du sujet politique: analyse de deux grandes consultations populaires au Quebec 1967-1995." Vol. 28 (1999/2000): 27-55.

[8] Benalil, Mounia. "Gerard Etienne et le carnaval: pour une esthetique de la revolte au feminin." Vol. 27 (1999): 24-45.

[9] Bernier, Leon and Guy Bedard. "Americanite-Americanisation des Quebecois: quelques eclairages empiriques." Vol. 29 (2000): 15-25.

[10] Boisclair, Isabelle. "Claire Martin, tous genres confondus." Vol. 26 (1998/1999): 52-61.

[11] Bonenfant, Luc. "Loi du nom, loi du genre dans Kamouraska. …

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