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Fernand Dumont OQ MSRC (24 June 1927 – 1 May 1997) was a Canadian sociologist, philosopher, theologian, and poet from Quebec.[1] A longtime professor at Université Laval, he won the Governor General's Award for French-language non-fiction at the 1968 Governor General's Awards for Le lieu de l'homme.

Fernand Dumont

Born(1927-06-24)24 June 1927
Died1 May 1997(1997-05-01) (aged 69)
Quebec, Canada
Academic background
Alma mater
Academic work
DisciplineSociology
InstitutionsUniversité Laval
InfluencedGérard Bouchard

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Awards
Preceded by
Robert-Lionel Séguin [fr]
Governor General's Award
for French-language non-fiction

1968
Succeeded by
Michel Brunet
Preceded by
Rina Lasnier
Prix Athanase-David
1975
Succeeded by
Pierre Vadeboncœur [fr]
Preceded by
Larkin Kerwin
Jacques Rousseau Award
1984
Succeeded by
Gérard Bouchard
Preceded by
Gérard Bergeron [fr]
Prix Léon-Gérin
1990
Succeeded by
Bruce Trigger
Preceded by
Denys Arcand
Molson Prize
1992
With: Douglas Cardinal
Succeeded by
Juliet McMaster
Preceded by
Charles Taylor
Succeeded by
R. Murray Schafer