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Published Tuesday November 26, 2019


2019-2020 Research Support Program: Names of Fellowship Recipients Announced

Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec (BAnQ) and the Fondation de BAnQ are proud to announce the names of the seven winners of the 2019-2020 Research Support Program contest. The fellowship recipients were honoured at a ceremony held on November 25 at BAnQ Vieux-Montréal, a BAnQ facility that preserves public and private archives. 

This year, the Research Support Program is offering research fellowships totaling $64,000. Fellowships are awarded both to graduate students enrolled in Québec universities and to scholars from outside Québec. 


Ph.D fellowships were awarded to:

  • Gabriel-Arnaud Berthold, law student at McGill University and the Institut d’études politiques de Paris, for his project “La construction du droit québécois de la consommation – Petite histoire d’une grande lutte politique”.
  • Élyse Guay, enrolled in the Literary Studies Department of the Université du Québec à Montréal, for her project “Recentrement et Résistance : le réseau transaméricain des revues francophones (1941-1948)”.
     

Master’s fellowships were awarded to:

  • Véronika Brandl-Mouton, enrolled in the history department of the Université du Québec à Montréal, for her project “‘Réformer plutôt que punir’ : la jeunesse devant la Cour des jeunes délinquants de la ville de Québec (1940-1951)”.
  • Marie-Laurence Raby, enrolled in the history department of Université Laval, for her project “Avortement, réseaux et clandestinité : les mutations dans l’organisation féministe de l’accès à l’avortement au Québec au regard de l’évolution des discours normatifs de l’État (1969-1988)”.
     

Félicité-Laflamme-Hoffmann visiting fellowships were awarded to:

  • Alexandre Couture Gagnon, professor in the Department of Public Affairs and Security Studies at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, United States, for her project “La diplomatie culturelle du Québec aux États-Unis depuis les années 1970 – Utilisation de la culture et de la langue françaises pour promouvoir les intérêts du Québec chez son voisin du Sud”.
  • Grzegorz Dulinski, assistant professor in the Modern Languages Department of the Pedagogical University of Cracow, Poland, for his project “La vie et l’œuvre de Roger Brien (1910-1999)”.
  • Sarah Miles, Ph.D. student in the history department of the University of North Carolina, for her project “Standing in Solidarity:  Intellectuals, Publishing, and the Postcolonial Left in the Francophone World, 1959-1980”.
     

Read the press release (in French)