Les Allemands du Québec : culture et identité, entre nationalismes et multiculturalisme

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Les Allemands du Québec : culture et identité, entre nationalismes et multiculturalisme
Abstract
The author traces the cultural development and the quest for identity of German Quebecers. He believes that German culture in Quebec, poised between a community strongly anchored in its "Germanness" and the promise symbolized by Canadian society, does not seem able to develop in the direction of a specific community, capable of surviving in the North American context. German immigrants arriving in Quebec in the 1950s expected an English-speaking America, and were caught up in the turmoil of a Quebec undergoing a social and linguistic revolution. There are about 100,000 people in Quebec who are of German ethnic origin. Most live in the Montreal area.
Type
PhD dissertation
University
Université de Strasbourg 2
Place
Strasbourg
Date
1997
Language
fr
Citation
Meune, Manuel. “Les Allemands du Québec : culture et identité, entre nationalismes et multiculturalisme.” PhD dissertation, Université de Strasbourg 2, 1997.
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