The Bachelor of Humanities is taught by a rich variety of Professors

Bachelor of Humanities professors are experts in many different academic disciplines, cooperating to deliver a diverse, stimulating program.

Core Course Professors

HUMS 1000 — Myth & Symbol

Kimberly Stratton — Western religions

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Noel Salmond — Eastern religions

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HUMS 2000 — Reason & Revelation

Erik Stephenson — Medieval and Early Modern philosophy

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D. Gregory MacIsaac — Ancient Greek philosophy.

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HUMS 3000 — Culture & Imagination

Micheline White — Renaissance and Early Modern literature

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Geoffrey Kellow — Enlightenment History and Political Theory.

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HUMS 4000 — Politics, Modernity & the Common Good

Farhang Rajaee — Political theory and non-Western traditions, especially Modern Islamic political thought

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Waller Newell — Philosophy and political theory in the Ancient world; German Idealism; Contemporary Phenomenology.

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First-Year Complementary Courses

HUMS 1200 — Humanities & Classical Civilisation

D. Gregory MacIsaac — Ancient Greek philosophy.

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RELI 1731 — Varieties of Religious Experience

Tim Pettipiece — Ancient Religions

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Second-Year Complementary Courses

RELI 2710 — Maccabees to Muhammad

Kimberly Stratton — Western religions

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Tim Pettipiece — Ancient Religions

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HUMS 2101 — Art from Antiquity to the Medieval World & HUMS 2102 — Modern European Art 1527—2000

Randi Klebanoff — Renaissance Art

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Third-Year Complementary Courses

HUMS 3102 — Western Music 1000—1850 & HUMS 3103 — Western Music 1850—2000

Alexis Luko — Renaissance Music

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HUMS 3200 — European Literature

Ian Cameron — Shakespeare and 15-17th Century English Literature

Ian Cameron

Fourth-Year Complementary Courses

HUMS 4104 — Modern Intellectual History

Geoffrey Kellow — Enlightenment History and Political Theory.

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HUMS 4103 — Science in the Modern World

James J. Cheetham — Biology

James Cheetham

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