Faculty

NameAreaContact
Professor and Undergraduate Adviser
History
Modern (post-1789) French history and 19th-Century European Political History.
Office: Cle B220
Assistant Professor
History in Art
Arts of the East Mediterranean from the Late Antique to the late Medieval periods
Office: FA 141
Associate Professor
History
Social and cultural history of early modern Europe (1400-1800) with a focus on Francophone Regions.
Office: CLE B205
Assistant Teaching Professor
Philosophy
History of Philosophy, Philosophy and Literature, 19th & 20th Century Continental Philosophy, Philosophy and Film.
Office: CLE B318
Associate Professor
Hispanic and Italian Studies
Twentieth-century Spanish and Italian literature; Women's studies; Gender studies; Critical theory; Translation theory
Office: CLE B436
Professor
History
Modern European political, military and social history.
Office: CLE B236
Professor
English
English Romanticism
Office: CLE C354
Associate Professor
Greek and Roman Studies
Greek archaeology; Aegean Prehistory; Anatolian archaeology; Art and Architecture of ancient Greece; Textile production and ancient economies.
Office: Clearihue B422
Associate Professor
Greek and Roman Studies
Greek literature (tragedy, Hellenistic literature, especially epigram); literature and gender; classical myth; reception studies; myth in popular culture
Office: Clearihue B420
Professor
School of Public Administration
Local government and politics; crossborder regions; comparative urban politics
Office: HSD A344
Professor
Art History & Visual Studies
Early Modern European Art and Architecture
Office: FIA 135
Associate Professor
Geography
Coastal resource management; the use of spatial technologies such as Geographic Information Systems (GIS); seascape visualization to support marine planning
Office: DTB A239
Professor
French
Early Modern French/European Literature, Humanism and Book Culture, History of Medicine and Gender, Republic of Letters
Office: CLE C254
Associate Professor
English
Victorian internationalism, poetry, mesmerism and spiritualism; Children's literature
Office: CLE D238
Sessional Lecturer
History
Foreign Policy of the Soviet Union and post-Soviet Russia, the Cold War, and European diplomacy before and during WWII
Office: CLE B214
Associate Fellow
Centre for Global Studies
Academic and foreign policy conferences
Office: SEDG C177
Associate Professor
English
Irish literature; Literary journalism; Language change; Mass literacy; Collective memory
Office: CLE C359
Associate Professor
Germanic and Slavic Studies
Literary theory; Contemporary literature; CALL; Film; Vampires
Office: CLE D242
Associate Professor
School of Public Administration
Historical-comparative sociology; Social inequality; Social movements, protest and activism
Office: HSD A366
Fine Arts Dean; Professor
School of Music
The madrigal; Music printing and publishing; Court culture; Music and urban life in early modern Europe
Office: MAC B116
Associate Professor
History in Art
Late medieval and early renaissnace art in Europe
Office: FIA 151
Assistant Professor, Honours Adviser
French
Early modern period, history of literary critic and history of press, theatre, cultural history
Office: CLE C257
Professor, & Honours Program Adviser
English
modern and contemporary literature; Polish literature of Britain and Ireland
Office: CLE C359
Associate Professor
English
Sixteenth- and seventeenth-century English drama; reformation religious discourse; history of the book; rhetoric and composition
Office: CLE D234
Professor
English
English Renaissance literature; religious poetry and prose; intellectual history; Shakespeare and religion; literary theory
Office: CLE C329
Assistant Professor
Philosophy
Kant, German Idealism, Early Modern, Analytic Kantianism, Epistemology, Philosophy of Mind, Action Theory.
On leave until June 2020
Office: CLE B326
Professor
History
The foreign policies of the Great Powers since 1815; 19th and 20th Century British foreign policy; and 19th and 20th Century American foreign policy.
Office: CLE B226
Professor
Law
Canadian and international taxation; Law of the European Union
Assistant Teaching Professor
Geography
Land use conflict and decision making; theories of place and sustainable cities
Office: DTB B210
EUS Program Director, and Assistant Professor
Germanic and Slavic Studies
Discourses about gender and culture during the 18th and early 19th century; Critical Theory; and the intersection of politics and art in the early 20th century
Office: CLE D256
Assistant Teaching Professor
Germanic and Slavic Studies
Heinrich von Kleist; Cultural and film studies; Expressionism; Leni Riefenstahl
Office: CLE D259A
Associate Professor
Hispanic and Italian Studies
17th century Spanish theatre and fiction; Post-Franco fiction; Contemporary Colombian fiction; Gender studies; Humour studies
Office: CLE B447
Associate Professor
English
Twentieth-Century Literature, global modernism, critical theory.
Office: CLE C357
Associate Professor
Germanic and Slavic Studies
Post 1945 German, Swiss and Austrian literature and film; Diasporic, postcolonial and transcultural writing; Theories of spatiality, multiculturalism and translation studies
Office: CLE D250
Director of Global Studies, Professor
Political Science
Citizenship and Immigration; Identity politics; Comparative politics; Xenophobia and racism; European integration
Office: SSM A345
Associate Professor
Economics
Financial intermediation, industrial organization, European economics
Office: BEC 336
Associate Professor
Philosophy
Early modern philosophy, philosophy of mind, metaphysics
Office: CLE B320
Associate Professor
Department of History
Modern European and German history, Nazi Germany and the Holocaust, World War II, public history
Office: CLE B204
Associate Professor
Germanic and Slavic Studies
20th century Russian literature, culture and art; Russian revolutionary culture; Soviet cultural policy under Lenin and Stalin; Putin’s Russia.
Office: CLE D246
Associate Professor
Germanic and Slavic Studies
Modernist German and Austrian literature, Scandinavian studies, gender studies, history of medicine, foreign language pedagogy, and Holocaust studies
Office: CLE D242
Professor
Political Science
European integration studies; Monetary integration; European integration theory; European comparative politics; International political economy; International relations
Office: SSM A337
Associate Professor
History
Communication & popular political culture in early modern France and Europe; the French Revolution, revolt and resistance.
Office: CLE B224
Professor
History
Intellectual history of early modern Europe; eighteenth-century Scotland
Office: CLE B227
Professor
Germanic and Slavic Studies
Culture and identities in Russia and Eastern Europe, Stalinism, 20th century Ukraine
Office: CLE D245