Victorian-literature, Victorian-culture, visual-representation, illustration, gender-studies, religion, interdisciplinary-studies, textual-criticism, scholarly-editing, Thomas-Hardy, Charles-Dickens, George-Eliot
Art, Art History, European Art, Performance Art, Performance Studies, Art Theory, Aesthetics
Chinese linguistics, applied linguistics, sociolinguistics, Chinese language and culture, second language acquisition, language socialization, Chinese heritage language education, bilingualism and multilingualism
Property law, legal history, fisheries law, condominium law
Asian military; Asian migrations; Hong Kong; human rights; military; warfare
Biography, Modernism, James Joyce, Virginia Woolf, Ezra Pound, Leonard Cohen, Philip Roth, Oriental Modernism
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
Canadian History before Confederation, Quebec History, Liberalism and Nationalism in Canada and Quebec
Chinese: history, intellectual history, thought and institutions (traditional and modern), Taiwan
African-American history; labour history of U.S.; race and racism; political history of U.S.
Anthropological linguistics, languages of North America, sub-Arctic ethnography, ethno-history, gender
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
history of childhood; history of education, history of children’s medical treatment in Canada; history of women in Canada, history of gender and sexuality
Modern art; modernism; Canadian art and photography; American art and photography; nuclear art and photography; nuclear threat; Dr. Strangelove; nuclear postcards; art controversies; museums and collectors; Group of Seven; David Milne; James Wilson Morrice; Emily Carr; Henri Matisse; Barnett Newman; Roy Kiyooka; Greg Curnoe; Robert Del Tredici; Ishiuchi Miyako; Mark Ruwedel.
transnational social movements, international and comparative education, Japanese civil society, Islam in multicultural societies
Japanese Education, Cram Schools, History Education, History Textbooks, Reconciliation, Legal Education, Canada-Japan Relations, Organizational Structure, Contemporary Mongolia