The faculty who teach in the Human Sciences are all interdisciplinary in their research and teaching. They originate from fields as diverse as English literature, philosophy, religious studies, and sociology.
- Contemporary and classic theory and methodology - esp., Phenomenology, Ethnomethodology, Hermeneutics, Analysis (Kieran Bonner)
- The culture of cities: Dublin, Montreal, Toronto (Kieran Bonner)
- The grey zone of health and illness - alcohol consumption and addiction (Kieran Bonner)
- Theorizing community and the urban-rural discourse (Kieran Bonner)
- Sociology of the family - parent/child relations (Kieran Bonner)
- Ancient Athens - Homer, Sophocles, Socrates, Plato, Aristotle (Kieran Bonner)
- The sociology of the family (Kieran Bonner)
- The philosophy of human nature (Nikolaj Zunic)
- The metaphysics of freedom (Nikolaj Zunic)
- The foundation of morality (Nikolaj Zunic)
- The nature of truth (Nikolaj Zunic)
- The works of Shakespeare (John Greenwood)
- The value of a liberal arts education (John Greenwood)
RECENT RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS
John Greenwood: Reading the Humanities: How I Lost My Modernity. Rock’s Mills Press, 2016.