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Human Sciences Research

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Human Sciences Research

The faculty who teach in the Human Sciences are all interdisciplinary in their research and teaching. They originate from fields as diverse as English literature, philosophy, religious studies, and sociology.

 

  • Contemporary and classic theory and methodology - esp., Phenomenology, Ethnomethodology, Hermeneutics, Analysis (Kieran Bonner)
  • The culture of cities: Dublin, Montreal, Toronto (Kieran Bonner)
  • The grey zone of health and illness - alcohol consumption and addiction (Kieran Bonner)
  • Theorizing community and the urban-rural discourse (Kieran Bonner)
  • Sociology of the family - parent/child relations (Kieran Bonner)
  • Ancient Athens - Homer, Sophocles, Socrates, Plato, Aristotle (Kieran Bonner)
  • The sociology of the family (Kieran Bonner)
  • The philosophy of human nature (Nikolaj Zunic)
  • The metaphysics of freedom (Nikolaj Zunic)
  • The foundation of morality (Nikolaj Zunic)
  • The nature of truth (Nikolaj Zunic)
  • The works of Shakespeare (John Greenwood)
  • The value of a liberal arts education (John Greenwood)

 

RECENT RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS

John Greenwood: Reading the Humanities: How I Lost My Modernity. Rock’s Mills Press, 2016.