A Variety of Interdisciplinary Approaches

Carleton’s return to campus has begun in anticipation of the hybrid learning model being used for the Fall 2021 term. This return to campus will be gradual and able to evolve to meet recommendations from Ottawa Public Health, Ontario Public Health, and Health Canada guidelines.
Please continue to refer to Carleton University COVID-19 website  for accessing campus protocols and latest updates.

The College of the Humanities main office in 300 Paterson Hall will be open. Hours of operation will be 8:30am to 4:30pm, Monday to Friday and closed between noon and 1:00.

To help ensure safe physical distancing, administrative staff will be adopting a hybrid work schedule for the fall, being present in the office some days and working remotely on others. Administrative staff members’ on-campus hours will be listed here each week.

Students are encouraged to continue accessing services remotely whenever possible.

For the month of November,

Andrea McIntyre will be in 300 Paterson Hall every Wednesday, as well as Friday the 5th, Thursday the 11th, Friday the 19th and Thursday the 25th.

Judy Donaldson will be in 300 Paterson Hall every Monday and Tuesday.

Karina Auclair will be in 2A39 (Religion) every Tuesday, as well as Thursday the 4th, Friday the 12th, Thursday the 18th, and Friday the 26th.

Greek and Roman Studies: GreekAndRomanStudies@cunet.carleton.ca
Humanities:  CollegeOfHumanities@cunet.carleton.ca
Religion:  Religion@cunet.carleton.ca
Digital Humanities:  DigitalHumanities@cunet.carleton.ca

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.