Chantal Ringuet: Les révolutions de Leonard Cohen
Publisher: Presses de l'Université du Québec
Chantal Ringuet is a Canadian (Quebec) writer, translator and Research Associate (Concordia's Institute for Canadian Jewish Studies). The new book, co-authored by Gérard Rabinovitch, will be published on April 1.
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From http://www.chantalringuet.com/#!bio/c66t (Google translation):
Born in Quebec, Chantal Ringuet is a writer, researcher and translator Quebec.
Doctor of letters, she specializes in the following research areas: Literary and Cultural Studies, Quebec and Canadian literature, women's literature (Women's Studies), Jewish literature (Jewish Studies), Yiddish Montreal, literary translation, poetry and essay (literary creation ), psychoanalytic theories.
She has published two collections of poetry, including and a cultural essay on Yiddish Montreal. She co-edited an anthology of Yiddish literature in Canada in French translation (Yiddish Montreal Voice) and is currently working on an essay addressing the literary and artistic life in Israel. With Gérard Rabinovitch, she co-directed a collective work entitled The revolutions of Leonard Cohen (forthcoming in 2016 to PUQ). She sign chronic "test" in the magazine Québec Letters.
In 2015-16, she is working on a new research project devoted to two Yiddish women poets in North America, Rachel (Rokhl) Korn and Kadia Molodowsky. Initially this research takes place in the archives of the YIVO (Institute for Jewish Research, New York, 2015), where the fund Kadia Molodowsky located; Second will continue at Hadassah-Brandeis Institute (Winter 2016).