Europe

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

Anthony Dawson

Professor Emeritus

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

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

Ernest Mathijs, PhD

Ernest Mathijs, PhD

Professor

Cult cinema, film audiences, censorship, horror movies, controversies and aesthetically provocative films,

Hugh Neary, PhD

Hugh Neary, PhD

Professor and Associate Director

Economic systems, economy

Peter Petro, PhD

Professor

Russian, Czech, Slovak literature, Dostoevsky, Tolstoy

Thomas Salumets, PhD

Associate Professor

German and Estonian, theory, figurational sociology and Norbert Elias

Alan Jacobs

Professor

European politics, European public policy, German politics, British politics, U.S. politics, U.S. public policy, European and U.S. welfare state, pensions, health care

Artem Cherkasov, PhD

Associate Professor

Drug design, bioinformatics, molecular modeling, proteomics, artificial intelligence, machine learning, antibiotics

Dr. Julian Dierkes, PhD

Dr. Julian Dierkes, PhD

Associate Professor

Keidanren Chair in Japanese Research

Japanese education, cram schools, history education, history textbooks, reconciliation, legal education, Canada-Japan relations, contemporary Mongolia,

Alex Fisher, PhD

Alex Fisher, PhD

Associate Professor

Music, religion, identity, ritual, medieval, renaissance, baroque, Germany, reformation, counter-reformation, Lutheranism, catholicism, sound

Catherine Soussloff

Professor and Department Head

Art, art history, European art, performance art, performance studies, art theory, aesthetics

Roger Wilson

Professor Emeritus

Archaeology of the Roman world, especially Sicily, Britain and north Africa

Dr. Robert Rouse, PhD

Associate Professor

medieval, middle ages, anglo-saxon, romance, geography, sexuality, medievalism, fantasy literature, game of thrones, colonialism, spatiality, spatial studies, eco-criticism, environmental humanities,

Gunnar Hansson

Associate Professor

Phonetics (speech sounds), phonology (sound patterns, sound systems), language change, linguistic relationships (language families), reconstruction of proto-languages, language contact, Scandinavian languages (esp. Icelandic, Faroese, Swedish), Athabaskan (Dene) languages, Saami (Lapp) languages, Russian

Jon Beasley-Murray, PhD in Literature (Duke)

Jon Beasley-Murray, PhD in Literature (Duke)

Associate Professor, Hispanic Studies; Chair, Latin American Studies Program

Latin America, Argentina, Chile, Peru, Venezuela, Central America, Mexico, politics, political theory, cultural studies, literature, culture, film, history, the Left, revolution, revolutionary movements, populism, civil society, affect, habit, multitude, posthegemony, educational technology, blogs, Wikipedia

Prof. Yves Tiberghien, PhD

Prof. Yves Tiberghien, PhD

Professor, Department of Political Science

Konwakai Chair in Japanese Research, Institute of Asian Research

Director, Center for Japanese Research

Director, UBC Sciences Po Dual Degree program

Global Economic governance, COVID politics, G20, WTO, RCEP, CPTPP, Global environment, climate change, biodiversity governance, GMO, Japan, Chinese political economy, China and global order, China global, EU, France, COVID-19 politics, WHO, EU-China relations, Japan-China relations,

Reinhard Michael Krausz, MD, PhD, FRCPC

Professor

UBC PHC Leadership Chair for Addiction Research

Mental health, E mental health, psychiatry, vulnerable urban, addiction psychiatry, addiction treatment

Dr. Lisa Sundstrom, PhD

Dr. Lisa Sundstrom, PhD

Professor

Non-governmental organizations (NGOs), global activism, civil society, human rights, women’s rights, feminism, Russian politics,