The Guises of Canadian Diversity / Les masques de la diversité canadienne

New European Perspectives / Nouvelles perspectives européennes

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The essays collected here illustrate aspects of recent research conducted by graduate students in Canadian studies at various European universities. The methodological diversity displayed points to the very essence of the culture the contributors explore - what has been commonly termed the Canadian mosaic or, more recently, the Canadian kaleidoscope (Janice Kulyk-Keefer). In analysing the many facets of this mosaic, the numerous images of this kaleidoscope, the contributors offer fresh and youthful reappraisals of traditional visions of Canadianness.

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Acknowledgements/Remerciements. Illustrations. INTRODUCTIONS. Serge JAUMAIN: Les Etudes canadiennes en Europe: un nouveau souffle? Marc MAUFORT: The Guises of Canadian Diversity. Lucette NOBELL: Canadian Studies Abroad in the Last Twenty Years. AROUND POSTMODERNISM/AUTOUR DU POSTMODERNISME. Maria J. LARENA ASCANIO: Michael Ondaatje's Use of History. Raphaël INGELBIEN: A Novelist's Caravaggism: Michael Ondaatje's In the Skin of a Lion. Annette LÖNNECKE: Postmodern Canadian Autobiography: Daphne Marlatt's How Hug a Stone and Michael Ondaatje's Running in the Family. Carine DEMOUSSELLE: Antifascism as a Mode of Characterization in Findley's Not Wanted on the Voyage. Gianna STEFANUTTO: Representations of History in English-Canadian Drama. Susan CAROLAN-BROZY: Indian Autobiography and the Question of Authorship: Wilfred Pelletier and Ted Poole's No Foreign Land: The Autobiography of a North American Indian (1973). Jean-Marie LHOEST: L'Image de l'Amérindien et de Métis dans quelques romans québécois contemporains. CANADIAN WOMEN WRITERS/ECRIVAINES CANADIENNES. Michela MENGOLI-BERTI: La Relation de 1654 de Marie de l'Incarnation: Une autobiographie spirituelle. Karyn HUENEMANN: Sara Jeannette Duncan's Women: Power through Relationships. Kirstie MCALPINE: Narratives of Silence: Marlene Nourbese Philip and Joy Kogawa. Eva DARIAS BEAUTELL: Memory, Experience, and Difference in the Works of Some Contemporary Canadian Women Writers. Kit STEAD: The Twinkling of an 'I': Alice Munro's Friend of My Youth. Gabrielle HEINEN-DIMMER: The Whole Idea of Empathy: Prairie Realism and Female Narrative Structure in Sandra Birdsell's Agassiz Stories. CULTURAL STUDIES/CIVILISATION. Yannick MEUNIER: Que révèle le harpon esquimau? Eddy LOUCHEZ: Les Rapports du Christianisme avec la quête d'identité culturelle et politique des premières nations du grand nord canadien. Pierre van den DUNGEN: Essai d'étude comparée en histoire sociale: La naissance des Cercles de Fermières en Belgique et au Québec. Lee ROTHERHAM: Pandora's Inheritance: André Laurandeau and the Nationalism of a Generation. Joachim SÖRENSEN & Swantje PLAGEMANN: Aspects of Traditional Land Use and Modern Ecological Development in the Southern Great Slave Lake Region. Sandrine FERRÉ: L'Edition au Canada atlantique ou le défi de publier une région. Marie-Laure GELY: Le Rôle centralisateur de la Cour suprême dans la répartition des pouvoirs au Canada. Notes on Contributors/Notices biographiques.