Faculty of Arts

Dr. Rosanna Carver, PhD

Dr. Rosanna Carver, PhD

Postdoctoral Fellow

seabed mining, deep sea mining, blue economy, sovereignty, environment, extraction,

Delroy (Del) Paulhus

Delroy (Del) Paulhus

Professor

Academic dishonesty, faking on questionnaires, dark personalities

Réjean Beaudoin

Professor Emeritus

Quebec literature

Paul Bartha, PhD

Professor

Logic, probability, analogical reasoning

Dr. Don Baker, PhD

Dr. Don Baker, PhD

Professor

Korean history, religion in Korea, the Kwangju (Gwangju) Democratization Movement of 1980,

Paul Burns

Professor Emeritus & Sessional Lecturer

Post-biblical Christianity to 6th century, religious tolerance, religion and literature, Augustine of Hippo, multidisciplinary approaches to the study of the Humanities

Dr. Michael Blake, PhD

Dr. Michael Blake, PhD

Professor Emeritus

Archaeology of Mexico and Central America, Origins and spread of agriculture–especially maize (corn) and cacao (chocolate), Archaeology of the First Nations peoples of British Columbia (especially in the Salish Sea and Fraser River regions)

Dr. Mary Chapman, PhD, MA, BA Hon. English

Dr. Mary Chapman, PhD, MA, BA Hon. English

Professor, Dept. of English

Academic Director, Public Humanities Hub

US literature, 19th-century women writers, suffrage, women in politics, public humanities, humanities education, Sui Sin Far, Onoto Watanna, Chinese Canadian history, literary canon, Chinese Canadian writers, modernism, poetry,

Richard Cavell, PhD

Richard Cavell, PhD

Professor

Co-Founder, Bachelor in Media Studies Program

Marshall McLuhan, media theory, Canadian cultural production, media studies, Canadian cultural studies, politics and aesthetics

Max Cameron, PhD University of California, Berkeley (1989)

Max Cameron, PhD University of California, Berkeley (1989)

Professor of Political Science

Politics, democracy, constitutions, separation of powers, electoral reform, Latin America, Canadian foreign policy, development, training politicians

Robert Cousland

Associate Professor

Classical Greek mythology

John Xiros Cooper, PhD

Professor

Contemporary culture, modernism, T.S. Eliot, contemporary Europe, the Balkans, Sylvia Plath

Kyle Frackman, PhD

Kyle Frackman, PhD

Associate Professor

German, Germany, Austria, Scandinavia, Sweden, Finland, literature, film, cinema, theory, cultural studies, gender, sexuality, social justice, teaching, East Germany

Dr. Ken Denike, BSc, MSc, PhD

Dr. Ken Denike, BSc, MSc, PhD

Assistant Professor Emeritus

Transportation Planning, Medical Geography, Trade-off between equity and efficiency of delivery of public and private economic activity in transportation and education, Using spatial data analysis to plan public infrastructure, Distribution of COVID-19 vaccination, Efficient routes and tracing vaccination of at-home patients,

Rose-Marie Déchaine

Associate Professor

Native American languages, Algonquian language family, Cree, Blackfoot, Ojibwe, French / English bilingualism policy, formal linguistics, generative grammar (Chomsky), West African languages (Niger-Congo, Yoruba, Igbo, Edo), Nigerian languages, literacy vs. oralcy, language planning re: French, Indigenous languages

Anthony Dawson

Professor Emeritus

Theatre, Shakespeare, history of Shakespearean performance, Shakespeare in contemporary culture, Elizabethan drama

Henry Davis, PhD

Professor

First Nations languages, Salish languages, language survival, language education, Wakashan languages

Pamela Dalziel

Associate Professor

Victorian literature, Victorian culture, visual representation, illustration, gender studies, religion, interdisciplinary studies, textual criticism, scholarly editing, Thomas Hardy, Charles Dickens, George Eliot

Kenneth Craig, OC, PhD, LLD (Hon)

Kenneth Craig, OC, PhD, LLD (Hon)

Professor Emeritus

Pain, pain measurement, psychology of pain, social influences on pain, pain in children, pain in people with cognitive impairment

David Edgington, PhD

David Edgington, PhD

Professor

Japanese economy, Japan-Canada trade and investment links, Pacific Rim trade and investment patterns, Japanese cities and regions, multiculturalism and local government in Vancouver, Australia