In this Issue
- Automne 2004 Numéro 18
The international learned journal Francophonies d'Amérique publishes articles produced by academics working on North America's francophone minority populations throughout the continent. As stated clearly by Jules Tessier from the University of Ottawa in the foreword of the first issue published in 1991, the journal serves as "a meeting place for sharing the results of research and studies dealing with different aspects of French life in North America outside of Québec, and looked at from multiple perspectives offered under the umbrella of the Humanities and Social Sciences' academic disciplines. The journal also provides information concerning research and publication projects in the field, along with a list of the latest publications and related events of academic life".
published byUniversity of Toronto Press
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Table of Contents
Partie II: Mémoire et fragmentation. L'évolution de la problématique identitaire en Ontario français
Actes du colloque annuel 2004 du Centre de recherche en civilisation canadienne-fraçaise (CRCCF), tenu à l'Université d'Ottawa, le 5 mars 2004
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