Canadian Studies

Series editor: Pierre Anctil

The Canadian Studies collection touches upon all aspects of Canadian society in all disciplines with a special focus on the situation of Canadian women, cultural and religious minorities, and First Nations. The collection is also devoted to regional studies, local communities, and the unique characteristics of Canadian society. Among the topics privileged in this collection are all contemporary issues, especially in the domain of the environment, with regards to large urban centres and new forms of art and communications.

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  • Notre histoire - Nta’tugwaqanminen

    Nta’tugwaqanminen was written through an alliance between the Mi’gmaq of Northern Gespe’gewa’gi, their Elders and a group of eminent researchers in the field with the aim of reclaiming their history, both oral and written, in the context of what is referred to as knowledge re-appropriation. Learn More
  • Jacob Isaac Segal

    Bien connu dans le monde yiddish, l’écrivain montréalais Jacob Isaac Segal (1896-1954) a ouvert la voie à l’émergence d’un mouvement littéraire yiddish nord-américain. Ce livre primé, en traçant la trajectoire littéraire du poète, montre que celle-ci reflète l’histoire des immigrants juifs du début du XXe siècle. Learn More
  • The Blue Shirts

    “Fascism, states Jean-Frédéric Légaré Tremblay, is a kind of spectre that comes back to haunt us in many forms.” Fifty years after Adrien Arcand’s death, his legacy continues to challenge us. How could such ideas threatening to minorities have flourished in our presumably inclusive society? Learn More

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