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July 1, 2016
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Invitation à écrire

Dr. Victor-Laurent Tremblay

Professor Emeritus; French

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Academic Background


Ph. D. (Québec Literature), U.B.C., 1985
M. A. (French), University of British Columbia, 1980
B. A. (Pedagogy), Université de Sherbrooke, 1966

Professional Teaching Certificate No. 41276, B.C., 1984
Teaching Certificate No. A-1293-66, Québec, 1966


Research Interests:

Québec Literature and Culture, Mythanalysis, Masculinity in Québec Literature


Être ou ne pas être un homme: la masculinité dans le roman québécois, Ottawa, Éditions David, 2011, 527p.

Au commencement était le Mythe, Ottawa, Presses de l'Université d'Ottawa, 1991, 362 p.

Invitation à écrire , with Instructor’s Annoted Edition and CD, Toronto, Canadian Scholar’s Press Inc., 2005; co-authored with Catherine Black and Louise Chaput.

Chapters in Books:

Un dieu chasseur de Jean-Yves Soucy : rituel de virilité dans un monde féministe! >> in Isabelle Boisclair (ed.), Nouvelles masculinités? (Nota Bene, 2008), pp 49-69.

> in Annye Castonquay, Jean-François Kostas-Théfaine and Marianne Legault (eds), Amour, passion, volupté, tragédie : Le Sentiment amoureux du Moyen-Âge au XXIième siècle (Éditions Atlantica, 2007), pp 147-164

Selected Recent Articles:

« Hockey et masculinité dans le roman québécois » in The French Review, Vol. 78, No 6 (a special Quebec number), May 2005, pp. 1104-1116.

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Conference Papers:

La Représentation (1972) > de Michel Beaulieu >> at the Canadian Association of University and College Teacher of French (CAUCTF) during the congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences in Vancouver, May 29-June 6, 2008.

 > at the association of Canadian Studies in United States (ACSUS) in Toronto, November 2007.

Prochain Épisode d'Hubert Aquin >> at the Canadian Association of University and College Teachers of French (CAUCTF) during the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Saskatchewan, in Saskatoon, May-June, 2007.

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