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Robertine Barry Prize/Prix Robertine Barry

1984-
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Alternate Title/Autre Titre:
Prix Robertine Barry/Robertine Barry Prize

Awarded for the best feminist article, or column, published in a popular print media in the previous year. The prize is named in honour of Robertine Barry, a pioneering journalist in Quebec who, under the name Françoise, worked for the advancement of women at the turn of the century. The winner receives a laminated certificate.

Remis en l'honneur du meilleur article ou de la meilleure rubrique portant sur la condition féminine publié dans la presse écrite durant l'année précédente. Le prix rend hommage à Robertine Barry, journaliste pionnière du Québec qui, sous le nom de Françoise, a travaillé avec acharnement au développement de la cause féminine au début du siècle. Le gagnant reçoit un certificat laminé.

Sponsor/Organisme responsable:
Canadian Research Institute for the Advancement of Women/Institut canadien de recherches sur les femmes
Address/Adresse:
University of Ottawa/Université d'Ottawa
143 Seréphin-Marion
Ottawa, ON
K1N 6N5

Phone/Téléphone: 613-562-5800 X1849
Fax/Télécopieur:
E-mail/Courriel: info@criaw-icref.ca
URL:http://www.criaw-icref.ca
Jurisdiction/Champ d’application:
National/National




Genre/Genre: Body of Work / Oeuvre de toute une vie,Essay/Essai,

Year/Année Author/Auteur Winning work/Oeuvre primée
1984 Penney Kome (work in feminist journalism)
1985 Marni Jackson Bodily Rhythms (City Women, Holiday issue, 1984)
1986 Michele Landsberg (column in The Globe and Mail)
1987 Linda Goyette (Edmonton Journal articles)
1987 Dorothy Inglis Bread and Roses (column in St. John's Evening Telegram)
1988 Ann Rauhala Women Alarmed over Male Rights Activists (The Globe and Mail, 11 March 1988)
1989 Martha Muzychka (weekly column in St. John's Sunday Express)
1989 Judy Steed The Quiet Revolution (The Globe and Mail, 7 January 1989)
1990 Stevie Cameron Our Daughters, Ourselves (The Globe and Mail 9 December 1989)
1991 Pandora Collective of Halifax Pandora (January issue 1991)
1992 Laura Robinson Starving for the God (The Globe and Mail, April 1992)
1993 Agnes Grant Midwifery on Trial (Canadian Dimension, March-April 1993)
1994 No Winner N/A
1995 Linda Hossie September in Beijing (The Globe and Mail, 20 January 1995)
1996 Charlotte Gray Out of the closet and into the fire? (Chatelaine, October 1995)
1997 Penni Mitchell (column in Winnipeg Free Press)
1998 No Winner N/A
1999 Elaine Hémond Prisons pour femmes (La Gazette des femmes, janvier-février 1999)
Claire Gagnon
2000 Nicole Beaulieu Trou de mémoire (La Gazette des femmes, janvier-février 2000)
Mélanie Saint-Hilaire


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