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Forsyth presidente, FSHSC BOURASSA ANDRE G



Bonjour,
Une de nos membres, Louise Forsyth, vient d'etre elue presidente de la
Federation des sciences humaines et sociales du Canada, un important
organisme subventionnaire du theatrte en ce qui concerne la recherche et
sa diffusion, Nos plus sinceres felicitations a Louise, professeure de
francais a l'Universite de Saskatchewan et ex-doyenne de la recherche a
cette universite. Sa specialite: le theatre quebecois, specialement le
theatre des femmes. Souhaitons qu'elle puisse contribuer a trouver une
issue au bras-de-fer qui se joue depuis quelques jours entre les instances
subventionnaires a la recherche canadienne et quebecoise. Pour celles et
ceux qui voudraient la feliciter personnellement, son adresse electronique
est <louise.forsyth@usask.ca>.
Andre G. Bourassa.
P.S.: Merci a Richard Plant, membre du conseil de la FSHSC et lui aussi
membre de Queatre,, d'avoir communique la nouvelle.

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Richard Plant <rplant@CHASS.UTORONTO.CA>
Hello all:

As the ACTR/ARTC representative to the Humanities and Social Sciences
Federation of Canada for the next two years, I'll be receiving various
pieces of information which I shall send on to you. This announcement
is good news from HSSFC, which accompanies earlier good news that the
President-Elect of HSSFC is Professor Louise Forsyth. For those of you who
do not know her, I'll provide this brief comment: Louise is a
distinguished scholar whose publications include ground-breaking work
in francophone theatre in Quebec and in women's studies. She is a
long-standing, very active member of the Association for Canadian
Theatre Research/Association de la Recherche Theatrale au Canada and 
La Societe Quebecoise d'etudes theatrales and former Dean
of Research at the University of Saskatchewan where she teaches in the
Department of French.

As the saying might go: we're in better hands than All State.

Richard Plant
Dept of Drama, Queen's University
and
Graduate Centre for Study of Drama, 
University of Toronto
rplant@epas.utoronto.ca