Maude-Emmanuelle Lambert

Maude -Emmanuelle Lambert is the Senior Subject Editor for Communities at The Canadian Encyclopedia. She holds a PhD (Université de Montréal, 2014) and an MA in Canadian History (Université Laval , 2005). She is interested in social and cultural history, the history of women and gender, as well as the environmental history of Canada. Her most recent work has focused on how the growth of the personal automobile contributed to the creation of tourist areas in Québec and Ontario (1920-1967). She is the author of numerous articles (including in Revue d’histoire de l’Amérique française) and chapters in collective works. In 2011, she was the recipient of the Hilda Neatby Prize presented by the Canadian Historical Association for the best article in French on the history of women and gender.

Articles by Maude-Emmanuelle Lambert

Founding members of the Canadian Women's Press Club (1904)
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Anne-Marie Huguenin (Madeleine)
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The Lucie and André Chagnon Foundation
Marie Gérin-Lajoie and her mother Marie Gérin-Lajoie (née Lacoste)
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Marie Gérin-Lajoie
Sir Wilfrid Laurier
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John Wesley Dafoe
De Gaulle Monument, Québec City
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Gilles Lamontagne (politician)
Pierre Bourgault
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Pierre Bourgault
Henry Morgentaler
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National Action Committee on the Status of Women
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Lise Payette
Sir John A. Macdonald
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Battle of the Windmill
Sir John A. Macdonald, ca. 1883-1884.
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New Brunswick Schools Question
Expo 67 opening ceremonies
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Daniel Johnson, Jr.
Camille Laurin
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Parti Québécois
Léa Roback (1903-2000)
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Léa Roback
Joseph Adélard Godbout
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Adélard Godbout
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Marie-Thérèse Lefebvre
Sir George-Étienne Cartier
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Fête nationale du Québec (Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day)
 Opening day at Expo 67
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Pierre Marc Johnson
Alphonse Desjardins House, Lévis (Québec)
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Alphonse Desjardins
Montreal Chinatown
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Montréal's Chinatown
Arcade Fire
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Malajube
Vietnamese boat people, 1978
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Kim Thúy
Michelle Tisseyre
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Michelle Tisseyre
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Lucie Pagé
Strike at Victoriaville
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2012 Québec Student Strike
Nincheri, Guido
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Montréal's Little Italy
Amir Khadir
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Amir Khadir
Françoise David
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Françoise David
François Legault
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François Legault
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​The École Polytechnique Tragedy: Beyond the Duty of Remembrance
Le Bonhomme
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The Québec Winter Carnival
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Sault-au-Cochon Tragedy
Alphonse Desjardins House, Lévis (Québec)
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Dorimène Desjardins
The Great Antonio
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​Antonio Barichievich (the Great Antonio)
Rose Ouellette
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Rose Ouellette
Elsie Gibbons, Warden of Pontiac County from 1959 to 1961.
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Elsie Gibbons
Luce Cuvillier
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Luce Cuvillier
Louisbourg
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Ernest Adolphe Côté
Soldiers of the No. 2 Construction Battalion
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Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia
Jean Drapeau and Pacifique Plante in 1954
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Pacifique Plante
Sir George William University (today Concordia)
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Sir George Williams Affair
United Nations Symbol
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Ottawa Treaty
Tu Nguyen's group in front of their house in the village.
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Canadian Response to the "Boat People" Refugee Crisis
Governor General of Canada Jeanne Sauvé accepting the Nansen Award, 1986
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Laotian Canadians
Le Canadien
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Hector Fabre
Place des Arts, Montreal
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Colette Beauchamp