A Variety of Interdisciplinary Approaches

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the College of Humanities continues to operate remotely during our regular business hours (8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday).

In-person service is not being provided at our campus location. The best way to connect with each unit is by email: 
Greek and Roman Studies: GreekAndRomanStudies@cunet.carleton.ca
Humanities:  CollegeOfHumanities@cunet.carleton.ca
Religion:  Religion@cunet.carleton.ca
Digital Humanities:  DigitalHumanities@cunet.carleton.ca
For the most up to date campus information, please visit Carleton’s COVID-19 information website.

The College of the Humanities was founded in 1996 in order to provide an undergraduate education for students drawing on all the traditional Arts subjects through the Bachelor of Humanities degree program. The interdisciplinary character of the College has since been enhanced by the addition of two further degree programs, a Bachelor of Arts in Greek and Roman Studies and a Bachelor of Arts in Religion. As well as the Master in Religion and Public Life, a collaborative Master in Digital Humanities and several minors.

Each program housed within the College has its own interdisciplinary approach. Together, our programs allow faculty and students within the College of the Humanities to benefit from each other’s study of the various Arts disciplines.