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Michel Bock

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Name  Michel Bock

Role  Historian

Books  A Nation Beyond Borders: Lionel Groulx on French-Canadian Minorities
Education  Laurentian University, University of Ottawa

Michel Bock (born 1971) is a Canadian historian, who specializes in the history of Franco-Ontarian communities and cultures. His book Quand la nation débordait les frontières: les minorités françaises dans la pensée de Lionel Groulx was the winner of the 2005 Governor General's Award in the French language non-fiction category.

He graduated with a Master's degree in history in 1996 from Laurentian University, and earned his PhD at the University of Ottawa, where he is now a professor of History.

Works

  • Bâtir sur le roc: De l'ACFEO à l'ACFO du Grand Sudbury, 1910-1987 (Prise de parole, 1994, ISBN 978-2-89423-050-3)
  • Comment un peuple oublie son nom: La crise identitaire franco-ontarienne et la presse française de Sudbury, 1960-1975 (Prise de parole, 2001)
  • L'Ontario français: des Pays-d'en-haut à nos jours (CFORP, 2004)
  • Quand la nation débordait les frontières: les minorités françaises dans la pensée de Lionel Groulx (2004)
  • References

    Michel Bock Wikipedia


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