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A group of Jewish refugees from Egypt at Notre-Dame-de-l'Osier, Isère, France, 1957. In the picture, I am wearing a hat and am kneeling beside Father Margan's dog (right). I was 11 years old. We had left Alexandria a few months earlier, in December 1956. - Victor Teboul 

By Aimée Israel-Pelletier, Department of Modern Languages, University of Texas at Arlington

Victor Teboul was born in Alexandria, Egypt on May 9, 1945. He was expelled from Egypt and arrived in France with his family on December 25, 1956. The family had seven days to leave Egypt. The reason they were given for the expulsion was their possession of a French passport. In France, the family lived under the auspices of the French government at the convent of Notre-Dame-de-l’Osier in the Isère from January 1957 to May 1957.  Lire la suite

 


Francophone Canadian writer and educator Victor Teboul, Ph.D., was born in Alexandria, Egypt. A longtime resident of Montreal, his work focuses on Jewish and Quebecois identity, the Egyptian Jewish community, and his own experiences as a Jewish individual exiled from Arab lands. He is the founding editor of the Tolerance.ca webzine, which he created in 2002 to promote a critical approach to issues of tolerance and diversity. He has also been a tireless promoter of Québécois-Jewish relations. Lire la suite


In the semiautobiographical novel, La lente découverte de l’etrangeté, published in Quebec in 2002, Victor Teboul, a Francophone Canadian writer born in Alexandria, describes himself as a “Jew from Egypt” and recalls a childhood experience that occurred after visiting a department store, writes Amr Tawfik Kamal in his doctoral thesis submitted in 2013 at the University of Michigan. Lire la suite 


Mr. Gordon Ross in the following excerpt of his thesis, ''The Historiographical Debate on the Charges of Anti-Semitism Made Against Lionel Groulx'', (M.A. Thesis History, University of Ottawa, 1996, 141p), also deals with a few of the topics which I examined in my essays.

Here is the excerpt as it appears in the Marianopolis college web site (Full link below).

P.S. Contrary to the information below, I hold a PH.D. in French Literature and not in Communications.  Lire la suite 


Rachel Marlene Barda discusses La Lente découverte de l'étrangeté in her doctoral thesis submitted at the University of Sydney, in Australia. Lire la suite


By Ronald Sutherland, professor in Comparative Literature at l'Université du Québec à Montréal

Full PDF copy HERE.

Victor Teboul's candid analysis of Myths and images of the Jew in Quebec, published in 1977, created quite a stir. His latest book (Le Jour. Émergence du libéralisme moderne au Québec), a study of the weekly newspaper called Le Jour, which was founded by Jean-Charles Harvey in 1937, deals with an equally controversial subject and is equally thorough and candid.(…) Lire la suite


 


For a list of articles, books, studies which discuss my works, as well as references to my own publications, please link to Google ScholarLire la suite 


In les Juifs du Québec : In Canada We Trust, Réflexion sur l'identité québécoise (L'ABC de l'Édition, $24. 95), Victor Teboul (BA'69) tackles the controversial issue  of Jews and other minorities absence from La Belle Province's memory. While they certainly played a role in Quebec history, he contends these groups are not considered by media and in history books as participants in the building of Lire la suite

 


par Victor Teboul
Ph.D. (Université de Montréal), Directeur, Tolerance.ca®

Victor Teboul explores the suppression of critical thinking in Quebec and Canada in his new French-language book Libérons-nous de la mentalité d'assiégé (Accent Grave, $ 19.95). Highlighting the debate around Quebec's proposed Charter of Values, Teboul believes... Lire la suite


Author Victor Teboul, editor of the Canadian web magazine Tolerance.ca, has published his third novel in France. ''Bienvenue chez Monsieur B. !'', which could be translated as '' Welcome into the World of Mister B. ! '' is a work of fiction which depicts the world of power and finance within Montreal's Jewish Community. - For articles in French on my work, please follow this link.  

 

 

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