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What brought us to write this synthesis of the history of the women who have lived in Quebec during the past four centuries was our unwillingness to let the history of men and a few illustrious women be passed of as the collective history of a whole population. Women had also made history. We had to find them, to find out where and why they were overshadowed.""- The Clio Collective
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The Clio Collective comprises four historians who have tried to write history in a different way. Micheline Dumont has taught women's history at the University of Sherbrooke since 1970. Michèle Jean is a specialist in adult education and is presently an assistant deputy minister in Quebec's Ministère de la Main-d'oeuvre et de la Sécurité du revenu. Marie Lavigne is the director of the Regional Offices, Quebec Minstry of Cultural Affairs. Jennifer Stoddart was at the time of writing a research director for the Canadian Advisory Council on the Status of Women. She is currently the director of investigation for the Quebec Human Rights Commission.Language Notes:
Text: English (translation)
Original Language: French
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