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Contributed by leading scholars of Quebec Studies, both emerging and established, the 30 essays of this comprehensive collection offer a multidisciplinary survey of the study of diversity in Quebec over space and time. The volume is organized around a variety of themes through which Quebec's plural reality is expressed, including conceptual, historical and contemporary approaches, covering a wide range of social and economic cleavages, identity markers, political contestation and, broadly, the lived experiences of Quebecers negotiating difference over time. In an environment increasingly…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
Contributed by leading scholars of Quebec Studies, both emerging and established, the 30 essays of this comprehensive collection offer a multidisciplinary survey of the study of diversity in Quebec over space and time. The volume is organized around a variety of themes through which Quebec's plural reality is expressed, including conceptual, historical and contemporary approaches, covering a wide range of social and economic cleavages, identity markers, political contestation and, broadly, the lived experiences of Quebecers negotiating difference over time. In an environment increasingly demarcated by conflicts around values and cultural and social practices, this collection hopes to contribute to broadening the spectrum of voices to the current debate, adding an inclusive reflection to a conversation that has only intensified over the last decade. Quebec as a pluri-national and multi-ethnic society has been and remains a great laboratory to study and to test public policies on ethnic diversity. It allows us to identify the tensions and to evaluate the balance between the majority and the minority; and between settler society and indigenous nations, in conceptualizing and finding a normative consensus around the configuration of collective rights. In short, the contributions in this volume seek to illustrate how pluralism has and continues to constitute the lifeblood of belonging in Quebec.
  • Produktdetails
  • Diversitas .23
  • Verlag: Peter Lang Ltd. International Academic Publishers
  • Artikelnr. des Verlages: 5740766
  • Neuausg.
  • Seitenzahl: 560
  • Erscheinungstermin: 15. August 2018
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 210mm x 148mm x 30mm
  • Gewicht: 720g
  • ISBN-13: 9782807607668
  • ISBN-10: 2807607667
  • Artikelnr.: 53190773
Autorenporträt
Stéphan Gervais is scientific coordinator of the Quebec Studies Program and the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on Montreal [CIRM] at McGill University. He is the co-editor, with C. Kirkey and J. Rudy, of Quebec Questions: Quebec Studies for the Twenty-First Century (2016).Raffaele Iacovino is associate professor in the Department of Political Science at Carleton University. He is the co-author, with Alain-G. Gagnon, of Federalism, Citizenship and Quebec: Debating Multinationalism (2007).Mary Anne Poutanen teaches in the Quebec Studies Program and McGill Institute for the Study of Canada at McGill University and in the Department of History at Concordia University. Her book, Beyond Brutal Passions won the Prix Lionel-Groulx in 2016.
Inhaltsangabe
Contents: Stéphan Gervais, Raffaele Iacovino, and Mary Anne Poutanen: Engaging with Diversity: Multidisciplinary Reflections on Plurality from Québec - Stéphan Gervais, Raffaele Iacovino, and Mary Anne Poutanen: An Introduction - Danielle Juteau: Approaches to the Study of Ethnicity and Diversity: Introduction - Sylvie Taschereau: Beyond the Historiographical Enclave? Studying Migration and Ethnicity in Quebec - Sirma Bilge: Why do critical ethnic studies matter? And why they should matter to sociology - Deidre Meintel: Anthropology and the Study of Ethnicity in Quebec - Denys Delâge: Indigenous Peoples in Quebec: Introduction - Alain Beaulieu: Métissage, Interethnic Marriages and Identity Debates: The case of the Indigenous Communities of the St. Lawrence Valley in the Nineteenth Century - John Bishop and Kevin Brousseau: I Speak Cree, Not Innu: Ethnically United, Ethnonymically Divided? - Isabelle St-Amand: Land, Resistance and Indigenous Filmmaking in Quebec - Denyse Baillargeon: Work and Family: Introduction - Sherry Olson: Moving into the world of work: Youth today and a century ago - Yukari Takai: "That Woman Worked Hard": The Unpaid Work of French-Canadian Women in Textile Cities in Early-Twentieth-Century New England - Paul Eid: "Sorry, you don't fit the profile": Underemployment for Skilled Immigrants and Closed Borders for Asylum Seekers - Jill Hanley, Martha Steigman, Kezia Speirs, and Valérie Lavigne: "Foreigners" on the Quebec Farm: An employment relationship with family on both sides - Bruce Curtis: Challenging Citizenship: Introduction - Bettina Bradbury and Jarett Henderson: "A difference of race"? Racializing, difference, and governance in British debates about the colony of Lower Canada, 1828-1837 - Dan Horner: Forging Community through the Flames: Tracing Alfred Perry's Life Long Engagement with Montreal's Politics of Ethnic Confrontation - Roderick MacLeod and Mary Anne Poutanen: Young Militant Children for Jewish Dignity: Anti-Semitism and Resistance at Montreal's Aberdeen School, 1913 - Raffaele Iacovino, Marc-André Ethier, and David Lefrançois: The Challenges of Citizenship Education in a Minority Nation - Marie-Odile Magnan: Under the Microscope: English-speaking Youth in Quebec since 1980 - Sherry Simon: Cultural Expressions: Introduction - Charmaine Nelson: Remembering Canadian Slavery: Black Subjects in Historical Quebec Art - Sonia Cancian: "My Love, how different life is here in America..." A Young Italian Woman's Intimate Impressions on Life in Postwar Montreal - Gillian Lane-Mercier: From English into French: Literary Translation as a Measure of the (Inter)Cultural Vitality of Québec's Anglophone Communities - Georges Leroux: Religion: Introduction - Ollivier Hubert: Impracticable Secularism: Considerations on Religious Freedom in Quebec from the Seventeenth to the Nineteenth Century, based on the case of Franco-Protestants - Steven Lapidus: Love Thy Neighbour: Hasidic Social Relations in Quebec - Michel Seymour: Secularism and the National Question - Annick Germain: The Changing Landscape of Montreal Religious Diversity