School of Humanities

Dr. James Doelman

Chair, School of Humanities
Associate Professor, English
Tel: 519.432.8353 ext. 28248

Research Areas: Renaissance funeral elegies, Renaissance epigrams, Renaissance satire, seventeenth-century manuscripts
Areas of Expertise: King James I; English Church History, 1558-1660; Religious Poetry; Renaissance attitudes towards death,

Dr. Dennis Hudecki

Associate Professor, Department of Religious Studies and Philosophy
Tel: 519.432.8353 ext. 28245
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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 Grace

Associate Professor, Department of English
Tel: 519.432.8353 ext. 28244

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.

Nadine de Moras

Associate Professor, Department of French
Tel: 519.432.8353 ext: 28277
(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. Sara Morrison

Associate Professor, History, School of Humanities
Telephone: 519-432-8353 ext. 28271

Research Interests: English Royal Forests, especially Seventeenth Century, Forest Law, Deer Parks, Pre-modern Woodland Conservation, Historical Maps, Early Modern Farming, Landscape History, European Environmental History and Historical Geography

Dr. Brian Diemert

Professor, Department of English
Tel: 519.432-8353 ext. 28387
(bilingual faculty)

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