Denis Blondin

Denis Blondin (born 1947 in Plessisville, Quebec) is a Canadian (Quebec) anthropologist and writer. Blondin received a Master of Arts from Université Laval in 1975, during which he worked on ethnographic research on the lower north shore of the Saint Lawrence river, in Quebec, Canada. He was a professor of anthropology at the Collège François-Xavier-Garneau from 1975 until 2006. Blondin has worked on issues of racism and the fisheries of Costa Rica. As part of his research he examined the transmission of racism through educational texts in Quebec elementary and secondary education.



  1. ^ a b "Profil". Blogue d'anthropologie naïve - Blondin's website. Retrieved 30 December 2010.
  2. ^ a b Breton, Yvan; Tremblay, Marc-Adélard; Trudel, François; Charest, Paul (1995). La construction de l'anthropologie québécoise: mélanges offerts à Marc-Adélard Tremblay. Sainte-Foy : Presses de l'Université Laval. p. 463. ISBN 2-7637-7413-X.
  3. ^ Jean Marc Éla; Anne-Sidonie Zoa (2006). Fécondité et migrations africaines: les nouveaux enjeux. Editions L'Harmattan. pp. 171–2. ISBN 978-2-296-00354-5.