As the ego cogito, subjectivity is the consciousness that
represents something, relates this representation back to itself and so gathers with itself.
Martin Heidegger (from "Hegel and the Greeks", Conference of the
Academy of Sciences at Heidelberg, July 26, 1958)
Maureen McIntyre completed degrees from Concordia University and the University of New Brunswick and undertook studies in Studio Art at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. An Art Historian, her professional experience includes her association with the David Stewart Museum, The MacDonald Stewart Foundation, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and the Quebec Ministère des affaires culturelles in their architecture division. Maureen was involved in the creation of a Museum for the Grey Nuns of Montreal and has participated in mural restoration work for the Canadian Pacific Railway's Great Canadian Parks series now housed in Vancouver. She has exhibited her artwork in the Maritimes and in Quebec. Her most recent research work has been on going into the Montreal connections in Maritime architecture. Maureen has been teaching at Dawson since 1977.
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