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Interviews by Victor Teboul
By Victor Teboul
Ph.D., Université de Montréal, Editor, Tolerance.ca®
Victor Teboul is a writer and the publisher of Tolerance.ca ®, The Tolerance Webzine, which he founded in 2002 to promote a critical discourse on tolerance and diversity. Dr. Teboul is the author of several books and numerous articles. He was a member of the Jury of Canada’s Governor General’s Literary Awards, for non-fiction.

(Photo : Laforest et Sabourin, photographie)

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Teboul's new novel, Bienvenue chez Monsieur B.! has just been published in Paris and is now available in Canada.  
 
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Dr. Teboul has also written and hosted several radio series broadcast on Radio-Canada's cultural network. Dr. Teboul has taught literature at a college, north of Montreal, (Quebec, Canada), and history at l'Université du Québec à Montréal. He was a member of the Conseil supérieur de l'éducation and the Quebec Press Council.

Victor Teboul holds several diplomas and a Ph.D. from Université de Montréal. 

He is the president of Tolerance.ca® Inc which publishes the Tolerance.ca® Webzine.

Please click on image to see second photograph - Victor Teboul at the International Montreal Writer's Exhibition, "Je lis Montréal", Montréal Book Capital of the World, summer 2005. Photo © L. Labissonnière.
Articles in this column

Other articles from the same contributor are also available on our French-language site.
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By Victor Teboul, Ph.D., Université de Montréal, Editor, Tolerance.ca®
Non-native lawyers and consultants defend aboriginal causes for their own financial gain, argue Frances Widdowson and Albert Howard in their controversial book, Disrobing the Aboriginal Industry: The Deception Behind Indigenous Cultural Preservation. The billions of tax dollars spent on aboriginal programs serve to enrich white consultants and a native elite, instead of improving the condition of the aboriginal population, according to the authors. (Full Story)
By Victor Teboul, Ph.D., Université de Montréal, Editor, Tolerance.ca®
To many observers, the Jewish community in Quebec is highly integrated into Quebec society, yet to others it appears insular. How can this apparent contradiction be explained? How do religious groups, including Jews, deal with the trend towards secularization in Quebec? We raised these questions and others with Dr. Morton Weinfeld. Professor of Sociology at McGill University in Montréal, Dr Weinfeld holds the Chair in Canadian Ethnic Studies. He is the author of Like Everyone Else, but Different: The Paradoxical Success of Canadian Jews (McClelland & Stewart, 2001), a study of the Jewish community in Canada. Dr. Weinfeld is also a recognized authority on Quebec’s Jewish community. (Full Story)
By Victor Teboul, Ph.D., Université de Montréal, Editor, Tolerance.ca®
In his new book about the contested histories of Israelis and Palestinians, author Neil Caplan claims that the main obstacle to resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict lies in each party’s strongly-held view of itself as the victim of the other. What role does history play in the current conflict? What does the future hold? We asked Neil Caplan these and other questions. (Full Story)

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