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History of Acadians at Mount Allison: Faculty Publications

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Faculty Publications

The following list contains publications from Mount Allison University professors that deal with Acadian literature, culture, and history. The articles are available through the University Archives, and some of the books are available in the open stacks of the Ralph Pickard Bell Library and are searchable in the online catalogue.


"The Scots crow and the restitution of Port Royal, 1629-1632" by John G. Reid. Acadiensis, vol. VI, no. 2, Spring 1977.



"'The beginnings of the maritimes': a reappraisal" by John G. Reid. The American Review of Canadian Studies 9, Spring 1979, pp. 38-51.



Folk tradition and change in recent Acadian housing by Peter Ennals

Acadia, Maine and New Scotland: marginal colonies in the seventeenth century by John G. Reid. University of Toronto Press, 1981.



The folk legacy in Acadian domestic architecture: a study in mislaid self images by Peter Ennals.



French-speaking minorities in Canada by John G. Reid.



Acadie: the lights around the shore by Alexander Fancy.



Acadians in Maritime Canada by Peter Ennals.



The Atlantic region to Confederation : a history by John G. Reid and Phillip A. Buckner. University of Toronto Press and Acadiensis Press, 1994.



"The development of elite in Acadian New Brunswick, 1861-1881" [review] by William G. Godfrey

The socio-economic vitality of official language communities by Maurice Beaudin, René Boudreau and George J. De Benedetti



Une comparaison du parler acadien traditionnel avec le parler populaire dans l'oeuvre de Molière by Wendy Burnett



Auteures acadiennes : création et critique Monika Boehringer.



“The people in between”: Phips, Eddy and Acadie, Nova Scotia by William G. Godfrey

“En guise de roman, une auto/biographie acadienne: Les confessions de Jeanne de Valois par Antonine Maillet” by Monika Boehringer.



“Le hasard fait bien les choses: Entretien avec France Daigle” by Monika Boehringer.

The “conquest” of Acadia, 1710: imperial, colonial, and aboriginal constructions by John G. Reid, co-authored with Maurice Basque, Elizabeth Mancke, Barry Moddy, Geoffrey Plank, and William C. Wicken. University of Toronto Press, 2004.



“Sexual/Textual Politics in ‘Chronicles of a Death and a Birth Foretold’: 1953 by France Daigle” by Monika Boehringer

“Entre errance et appartenance: Dyane Léger’s Coming to Writing” by Monika Boehringer



“‘Il était une fois une petite fille qui aimait beaucoup écrire’: Entretien collectif avec Dyane Léger” by Monika Boehringer

"‘A Private Open Space’: Crossing Boundaries and Constructing Identities in France Daigle’s Auto/Fictions” by Monika Boehringer



“Au seuil du texte daiglien, la couverture: simple illustration ou porteuse de sens?” by Monika Boehringer



Critical edition of France Daigle's Sans jamais parler du vent: roman de crainte et d'espoir que la mort arrive à temps by Monika Boehringer.  Moncton: Institut d'études acadiennes, coll. Bibliothèque acadienne, 2012.



Anthologie de la poésie des femmes en Acadie by Monika Boehringer. Éditions Perce-Neige, 2014.