Professor of Education at Campus St. Jean, University of Alberta for 30 years before retiring in June 2006.
Major research interests and writings in the area of the history of Francophone education in Western CanadaREAD MORE
Publications on Western Canadian Francophone education and the history of francophone education in Canada.
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Academic profile of one of Canada’s leading experts in the history of Francophone education, Yvette Mahé PhD.READ MORE
Conferences attended and presentations given by Dr. Mahé with a focus on the History of Education
Principles of knowledge and ideologies selected for transmission in schools in ethnic communities, and cultural conflicts.READ MORE
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Levasseur-Ouimet, France; Mahé, Yvette; McMahon, Frank, et Tardif, Claudette. (1999) L’éducation dans l’Ouest canadien. Francophonies minoritaires au Canada. L’état des lieux. Sous la direction de Joseph Yvon Thériault. Moncton, N.-B. : Les Éditions d’Acadie, Chap. 21, 475-493.
Sisters of Charity of Montreal Gray Nuns and Francophone Education. Teachers and women who taught in Alberta schools before 1940.