Abstract

Cet article étudie, à partir d’archives institutionnelles et de revues médicales, les relations qu’ont entretenues les psychiatres francophones et anglophones dans le Montréal des années 1950. Il montre la multiplicité ainsi que la multiplication des échanges et des collaborations entre les deux communautés au cours de la période allant de 1948 à 1961. Il entend ainsi contribuer à la déconstruction d’une historiographie traditionnelle qui distingue et oppose les psychiatries québécoises anglophone et francophone comme deux systèmes parallèles, comme deux solitudes.

This paper draws upon archives of institutions and medical journals to examine the relations between Francophone and Anglophone psychiatrists in Montreal during the 1950s. It shows both the diversity and also the increase of exchanges and collaborations between these two communities from 1948 to 1961. It contributes to the deconstruction of a traditional historiography that distinguishes and opposes Francophone and Anglophone psychiatry in Quebec as two parallel systems, or even as two solitudes.

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Additional Information

ISSN
2371-0179
Print ISSN
0823-2105
Pages
pp. 393-418
Launched on MUSE
2017-10-04
Open Access
No
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