Research FellowsAcademic year 2021-2022
Aara SuksiDirector, SASAH/Dept. of Classical Studies
Research Interests / Specializations: Greek literature and culture, ancient Greek language, ancient Greek myth, gender in ancient Greece, materiality and ancient Greek bodies, receptions of the ancient Greek literary tradition.
Teaching: ArtHum 4410E
Michael ArntfieldAssociate Professor/Dept. of English and Writing Studies
Research Interests / Specializations: Literary criminology & the criminal humanities; forensic writing & forensic linguistics; true crime as social history; vernacular cultures of the criminal justice system; narrative psychology; investigative journalism; Gothic fiction; the medical humanities
Teaching: ArtHum 2220F
Henri BoyiProfessor/Dept. of French Studies
Research Interests / Specializations: L’enseignement du français et de l’anglais langues secondes et étrangères; Littératures et théories postcoloniales
Teaching: ArtHum 3392G: Rwanda: Culture, Society and Reconstruction
Ivan CoyoteAlice Munro Chair in Creativity/Dept. of English and Writing Studies
Teaching: ArtHum 3393G:
Laurence de LoozeProfessor/Dept. of Languages and Cultures
Research Interests / Specializations: Medieval and Renaissance Culture (French, Icelandic, English, Spanish, Latin, Italian), theories of Textuality, history of the Book/Writing, literary Theory, Comparative Literature
Teaching: ArtHum 1020E - fall term/ArtHum 2200E - fall term
Helen FieldingAssociate Professor/Dept. of GSWS and Philosophy
Research Interests / Specializations: My research is primarily in feminist phenomenology though my background, my teaching and writing are interdisciplinary in scope. I often write on artworks in order to think about certain questions from an embodied perspective. Thematically, I explore questions about the intersections of technology, art, embodiment, dwelling, sexuality and subjectivity.
Teaching: ArtHum 1020E - winter term
Randall PogorzelskiChair/Dept. of Classical Studies
Research Interests / Specializations: Roman literature, especially Augustan and early imperial poetry; literary theory; classical reception.
Teaching: ArtHum 3391G: Classical Reception Studies
Alena RobinChair/Dept. of Visual Arts
Research Interests / Specializations: Latin American Art: Baroque, Nineteenth and Twentieth centuries; Latin American Art in Canada;Theories of Art and Artistic Literature in Spain and Latin America
Teaching: ArtHum 2200E - winter term
Kate StanleyAssociate Professor/Dept. of English and Writing Studies
Research Interests / Specializations: My research and teaching focuses on nineteenth- and twentieth-century American literature, philosophy, and culture, with an emphasis on the modernist period.
Teaching: ArtHum 3392F: Reading American Now
Christopher VigerAssociate Professor/Dept. of Philosophy
Research Interests / Specializations: Philosophy of Mind, Philosophy of Psychology, Philosophical Issues in Cognitive Science
Teaching: ArtHum 3393F: Philosophy of Psychology