School of Humanities

The following members of the faculty at Brescia University College are available to provide comment on today’s stories and topics of interest. Please contact the Department of Communications, Marketing & External Relations to schedule interviews and to visit Brescia.


Dr. Brian Diemertbrian_diemert
Professor, Department of English
Tel: (519) 432-8353, Ext: 28387
E-mail: bdiemert@uwo.ca
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(bilingual faculty)

Research Areas: British and Irish and/or American literature (especially twentieth century), Graham Greene, Crime/Detective Fiction.


Dr. Dennis Hudeckidennis_hudecki
Associate Professor, Department of Religious Studies and Philosophy
Tel: (519) 432-8353 Ext: 28245
E-mail: dhudecki@uwo.ca
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(bilingual faculty)

Research Areas: Philosophy of Religion, Kierkegaard, Ethics, Existentialism, Wittgenstein, History of Philosophy, Liberal Political Philosophy, Evolution, Philosophy of Art.
Area of Expertise: Catholicism, Feminism, Evolution, Philosophy, Rock Music, Informal Logic, Abortion, Euthanasia, Sexual Ethics, Freedom of Speech, Political issues regarding liberal human rights.


Dr. Dominick Gracedom_grace
Associate Professor, Department of English
Tel: (519) 432-8353, Ext: 28244
E-mail: dgrace2@uwo.ca
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Research Areas: Science Fiction, Children’s Literature, Genre Fiction, Shakespeare, Medieval Literature, Popular Culture, Canadian Literature, Theatre, Member of Science Fiction Research Association, Popular Culture Association.
Area of Expertise: Religion in Literature, Women and Literature.


Dr. James Doelmanjames_doelman
Associate Professor, Department of English
Tel: (519) 432-8353 Ext: 28248
E-mail: jdoelman@uwo.ca
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(bilingual faculty)

Research Areas: Renaissance Epigrams, Renaissance epitaphs, Renaissance satire, King James I, English Church History, 1558-1660, Religious Poetry


Nadine de Morasjames_doelman
Associate Professor, Department of French
Tel: (519) 432-8353 Ext: 28277
E-mail: ndemora@uwo.ca
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(bilingual faculty)

Research Areas: Acquisition and teaching of French pronunciation for non native speakers (for Anglophones) I am presently working on my PhD dissertation: Anglophones’ acquisition of French liaisons (linking), The critical age hypothesis, L2 acquisition and teaching, Designing teaching material.
Area of Expertise: Teaching writing, Currently in the process of publishing a writing guide for high intermediate students Acquisition and teaching of sociophonetics and language variation, Colloquial language


Dr. Theresa O’Donovan
Associate Professor, Department of Religious Studies and Philosophy
Tel: (519) 432-8353 Ext: 28243
E-mail: todonova@uwo.ca
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(bilingual faculty)

Research Areas: Women and the Bible, The Montreal Massacre, Feminist Spirituality.
Area of Expertise: Women’s issues