Normand Dubé Education Papers - Finding Aid
The papers of an educator, poet, and major figure in the Franco-American revival of the 1970s. The collection includes his poetry, artwork, correspondence, scrapbooks, manuscripts, published works, research materials, and teaching materials. Also included are materials concerning bilingual education, human rights, and the St. John Valley Bilingual Project.
Normand Camille Dubé was born in 1932 in Van Buren, Maine. He graduated from St. Michael's College, Winoosy, VT in 1956 and received his Master's in English from SUNY Albany in 1958 and a PhD in foreign language teaching from Ohio State University in 1971. He developed curriculum items, taught over 20 courses, and was involved in children's T.V., bilingual education and programs, bilingual and French cultural and language organizations, and authored over 100 articles. He died in 1988. A complete biography is available in the Special Collections office file./n Provenance: Gift of Therese M. Dubé (widow of Normand), 2 February 1989.
The collection is divided into fourteen series: artwork, biographical materials, clubs and associations, correspondence, financial materials, human rights, literary productions, photographic material, printed material, Saint John Valley Bilingual Project, scrapbooks, teaching, student work, Dubé.
Information on literary rights available in the repository.
Normand Dubé Education Papers, SpC MS 0148, [Box No.], [Folder No.], Raymond H. Fogler Library Special Collections Department, University of Maine, Orono, Maine