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    Joseph-Etienne-Emile CHARTIER, PhD

    Male 1876 -


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    • Name Joseph-Etienne-Emile CHARTIER 


      • Vice-Rector of l’Universite de Montreal and Dean of the Faculty of Arts.
        Mgr Chartier started his high-school studies a the College of St-Hyacinthe and completed them at Sherbrooke with added theological studies up to 1899.

        He was ordained as a priest on May 28, 1899.

        From Sep 1899 to Jun 1903, he was a teacher of Litterature at The College of St-Hyacinthe.

        From 1903 to 1905, he studied at Roma (Italy) where he received a degree of D..Ph. –Doctor in Philosophy (Roma 1904), and where he also became a “Doctor of The St-Thomas Academy" (Roma 1905). In 1905, he studied at Athena (Greece) and then in Paris (France) until September 1907.

        In Paris, Mgr Emile Chartier studied at “L’Institut Catholique", at The Sorbonne (University of Paris), at L Ecole Pratique des Hautes-Etudes, at College de France, and at Le College Libre des Sciences Sociales. He came back from France with a "Master in Litterature" (Paris 1906) and with a "Fellow in Greek studies" (Paris 1907). Mgr Chartier had already a M.A. (Quebec 1903) and became Doctor in Litterature (University of Montreal).

        At his return (1908), Mgr Chartier became a teacher of a Rhetoric class for about a year. Then he was appointed as a teacher of Litterature at L Universite de Montreal as well as Secretary of The Faculty of Arts. Soon he became General Secretary of The University, then Vice-Rector and Dean of the Faculty of Arts, still teaching French, Greek and Canadian Litteratures.

        Mgr Chartier left many works on Pedagogy and Litterature. From 1908 to 1923, he was Director of “La Revue Canadienne” and was one of the editors of "La Revue Trimestrielle Canadienne" and "L Eneignement Secondaire au Canada”.

        Mgr Chartier in fact wrote all the Canadian part of the famous illustrated book “History of the French Litterature” by J. Calvet. He also wrote “Pages de Combat" (1911); "L art de L Expression Litterature" (1916) and “La vie de L’Esprit" (1941).

        .Mgr Emile Chartier retired in 1944

      Suffix PhD 
      Born 18 Jun 1876  Sherbrooke, QC, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location 
      Gender Male 
      Person ID I18973  Chartier Family
      Last Modified 7 Jul 2016 

      Father Etienne CHARTIER,   b. 25 Nov 1846, La Presentation, QC, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 12 Sep 1924, Sherbrooke, QC, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 77 years) 
      Relationship Birth 
      Mother Henriette BLONDIN,   d. 13 Jul 1881, Sherbrooke, QC, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location 
      Relationship Birth 
      Married 06 Oct 1874  Sherbrooke, QC, Canada @ St.Michel Cathedral Find all individuals with events at this location 
      Family ID F9885  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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