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Transatlantic Passages Literary and Cultural Relations between Quebec and Francophone Europe by Paula Ruth Gilbert, Milena Santoro
  

Transatlantic Passages Literary and Cultural Relations between Quebec and Francophone Europe

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Transatlantic Passages Literary and Cultural Relations between Quebec and Francophone Europe by Paula Ruth Gilbert, Milena Santoro

Despite a burgeoning interest in transatlantic and regional studies, the long-standing cultural connections between francophone communities on both sides of the Atlantic have received little critical attention. Transatlantic Passages presents essays, interviews, and images that address the often-neglected cultural commerce integral to understanding historical and contemporary identities in Quebec and francophone Europe.

About the Author

Paula Ruth Gilbert is a professor of French, Canadian, and women and gender studies at George Mason University and is the author of Violence and the Female Imagination: Quebec's Women Writers Re-frame Gender in North American Cultures. Milena Santoro is an associate professor of French at Georgetown University and the author of Mothers of Invention: Feminist Authors and Experimental Fiction in France and Quebec.

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Publication date

20th October 2010

Author

Paula Ruth Gilbert, Milena Santoro

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Publisher

McGill-Queen's University Press

Format

Paperback
360 pages

Categories

Literary studies: general

ISBN

9780773537903

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