MEMBERS PUBLICATIONS

RACHAD ANTONIUS

  • Labelle M., Rocher F. et Antonius R. (2009). Immigration, diversité et sécurité. Les associations arabo-musulmanes face à l’État au Canada et au Québec, Québec, Presses de l’Université du Québec, 192 p.
  • Antonius, R. (2008). «L’islam au Québec, les complexités d’un processus de racisation», Cahiers de recherche sociologique, no 46, p. 11-27.
  • Antonius, R. (2002). «Un racisme ‘‘respectable’’», dans J. Renaud, L. Pietrantonio et G. Bourgeault (dir.), Les relations ethniques en question, Ce qui a changé depuis le 11 septembre 2001, Montréal, Les Presses de l’Université de Montréal.
  • Oueslati, B., Labelle, M. et Antonius R. (2006). Incorporation citoyenne des Québécois d’origine arabe: conceptions, pratiques et défis, Montréal, Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM), Cahiers du Centre de recherche sur l’immigration, l’ethnicité et la citoyenneté, no 30, 170p.
  • Antonius, R. (1993). «Entre la mosaïque et la vague: l’ethnicité instrumentalisée dans le Machrek arabe», Montréal, Cahiers de recherche sociologique, no 20, p. 129-156.

WALID EL KHACHAB

  • SSHRC funded project: Towards an Aesthetics of Transnational Cinema: The Filmmakers of the Arab Diaspora (2011-2012).
  • 2010: Walid El Khachab, “Arab Video Music : Imagined Territories and The Liberation of Desire (or: Sex Lies in Video (Clip))” in Michael Frishkopf (ed) Music and Media in the Arab World, Cairo : American University in Cairo Press. pp.98-106.
  • 2009: Walid El Khachab, “The Other Europe: Veils, (In-)Visibility and Strangers in Western Culture”. In Savas Arslan, Volkan Aytar, Defne Karaosmanoglu & Suheyla Schroeder (eds) Media, Culture and Identity in Europe. Istanbul: Bahceshehir University Press. pp.87-94.
  • 2010: Walid El Khachab, “Sufis on Exile and Ghorba. Conceptualizing Displacement and Modern Subjectivity”, in May Telmissany (ed) Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East. Duke University Press. Vol. 30. No1. 2010. pp.58-68.
  • 2006: Walid El Khachab, “Travelling East: Spiritual Geography and the Writing of Sufi Journey” (in Arabic: Al Raheel Sharqan) Alif. Journal of Comparative Poetics, no 26, 2006, pp.179-192.

MAY TELMISSANY

  • SSHRC funded project: Towards an Aesthetics of Transnational Cinema: the Filmmakers of the Arab Diaspora (2011-2012).
  • Arab Diaspora: Arts in Displacement. Guest editor for a special issue of the Journal of Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East, Volume 30 (1), January 2010, Duke University Press.
  • Forthcoming: May Telmissany, “Bridging Deleuzian Nomadicism and Transnational Cinema” in Towards a Democratic Cosmopolis: Diaspora, Citizenship and Recognition, edited by Mauro Buccheri (York University, Toronto).
  • 2010: May Telmissany, “Difference and displacement: Three Egyptian writers of the Diaspora.” In Exile and the Narrative/Poetic Imagination. Edited by Agnieszka Gutthy. London: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Pp. 27-40.
  • 2010: May Telmissany, “The Canadian Journey” in Alif: Journal of Comparative Poetics, American University in Cairo Press, Pp. 230-246.
  • 2010: May Telmissany, “Diaspora and Displacement. Visual Narratives of al-shatat in Michel Khleifi’s Films”. In Arab Diaspora: Arts in Displacement. Special issue of the Journal of Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East, Volume 30 (1), January 2010, Duke University Press, Pp. 69-84.

GENERAL BIBLIOGRAPHY

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  • Bendriss, N. (2005). Représentations sociales, ethnicité et stratégies identitaires: le cas des femmes arabes du Québec, Université de Montréal, Département de sociologie, Thèse de doctorat, 511 p.
  • Day, R.J.F. (2000). Multiculturalism and the History of Canadian Diversity, Toronto, University of Toronto Press.
  • Dahab, F. Elizabeth (2009). Voices of Exile in Contemporary Canadian Francophone Literature, Lanham/New York, Lexington Books.
  • Eid, P. (2008). “Being Arab: Ethnic and Religious Identity Building among Second Generation Youth in Montreal” in The American Journal of Sociology Vol. 114, No. 3 (Nov., 2008), pp. 844-846. Published by The University of Chicago Press.
  • Encyclopaedia of Ethnic Groups in Canada: ARABS. See also: EGYPTIANS; IRAQIS; LEBANESE; PALESTINIANS; SOMALIS; SYRIANS.
  • Khouri, R. (2003). Arabs in Canada: Post 9/11, Toronto, University of Toronto Press.
  • Khouri, R. G. (2002). Arabs in Canada: Staunchly Canadian and Marginalized, Final report for the study Vision and Strategy Beyond 2000, Toronto, Canadian Arab Federation.
  • Lebnan, K. (2002). Itinéraires identitaires chez les immigrants libanais de Montréal: le cas de l’identité confessionnelle, Montréal, Université de Montréal, Mémoire présenté au Département d’histoire.
  • Lenoir-Achdjian, A. et al. (2007). «The Professional Insertion of Immigrants Born in the Maghreb: Challenges and Impediments for Intervention», Journal of International Migration and Integration, vol. 8, no 4, p. 391-409.
  • Lindsay, C. (2001a). « The Arab Community in Canada, 2001 », Profiles of Ethnic Communities, no. 009, Ottawa, Statistics Canada.
  • Lindsay, C. (2001b). « The Lebanese Community in Canada, 2001 », Profiles of Ethnic Communities, no. 009, Ottawa, Statistics Canada.
  • Portrait statistique de la population d’origine maghrébine recensée au Québec en 2006 réalisé par la Direction de la recherche et de l’analyse prospective du ministère de l’Immigration et des Communautés culturelles du Québec, Gouvernement du Québec 2010. (PDF doc. Publisher : www.statcan.qc.ca)