History

Dr. Don Baker, PhD

Dr. Don Baker, PhD

Professor

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

George Bluman, PhD

George Bluman, PhD

Professor Emeritus

Math in schools, university math courses, symmetries, differential equations, conservation laws, Chiune Sugihara (Japanese rescuer of Jews in WWII)

Robert Cousland

Associate Professor

Classical Greek mythology

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

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

Dr. Tiffany Potter, PhD

Professor of Teaching

eighteenth-century British literature and theatre (1660-1820), television, popular culture, women and popular culture (current and historical), eighteenth-century captivity narratives, “The Wire,” “Battlestar Galactica,” teaching, research on university teaching,

Paul Krause, PhD

Associate Professor

African-American history, labour history of U.S., race and racism, political history of U.S.

Prof. Diana Lary, PhD

Professor Emerita

Modern Chinese History, War and Society, Regionalism, Migration, Canada/China Relations – history, Roles of grandmothers

Prof. John O’Brian, PhD

Prof. John O’Brian, PhD

Professor Emeritus

visual art, photography, Canadian art, modern art, atomic imagery, nuclear photography, the bomb, art and violence,

Hector Williams, BA Hons, MA, PhD

Hector Williams, BA Hons, MA, PhD

Professor Emeritus, Classics and Classical Archaeology

Fifty years of experience in maritime archaeology in Mediterranean and Arctic; classical archaeology in Greece and Turkey. Maritime history of Canada. Maritime museums (on board of Vancouver Maritime Museum for 30 years). Vampire archaeology (National Geographic tv special). Atlantis (once regular on CBC radio and tv on Atlantis stories).

W. Peter Ward

Professor

History of health

Rhodri Windsor-Liscombe, PhD

Rhodri Windsor-Liscombe, PhD

Professor Emeritus

Art and architectural (and cultural) history, especially 18th-20th-century North American and British

Michel Ducharme

Associate Professor

Canadian history before Confederation, Quebec history, liberalism and nationalism in Canada and Quebec

Douglas Harris, BA History, LL.B, LL.M, PhD

Douglas Harris, BA History, LL.B, LL.M, PhD

Associate Professor; Nathan T. Nemetz Chair in Legal History

Property law, legal history, fisheries law, condominium law

Robert Daum

Faculty Associate

Dialogue, public engagement, community engagement, conflict management,diversity, religion, Jewish law, Jewish ethics, gender, sexuality, rhetoric, equity, inclusion, religious authority, history of Judaism, Talmud, Bible, biblical interpretation, translation, cultural studies, ancient and medieval Hebrew literature, critical theory, creativity, innovation, racism

 

 

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,

Paul G. Stanwood

Professor Emeritus

English Renaissance and 17th century literature, English Reformation and church history, Edmund Spenser, Richard Hooker, John Donne, The Metaphysical Poets, John Milton, early modern devotional poetry and prose, T.S. Eliot, opera

Josephine Chiu-Duke, PhD in Asian Studies (Chinese Intellectual History)

Associate Professor

Chinese history, intellectual history, thought and institutions (traditional and modern), Taiwan

Jennifer Chan

Associate Professor

Transnational social movements, international and comparative education, Japanese civil society, Islam in multicultural societies

Jessica Stites Mor, PhD

Jessica Stites Mor, PhD

Associate Professor

Latin American history, international solidarity