Interdisciplinary Research in Canada’s Capital
Carleton University is located in Ottawa, Canada — the nation’s capital. This means our researchers, across all disciplines, have close connections to Canada’s national labs and museums, Library and Archives Canada, and federal government departments and agencies.
The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences’ internationally distinguished researchers cover diverse areas of inquiry ranging from the geography of the Arctic to the great religions of Asia and from the individuality of the human personality to the universality of expression in the arts and literature.
Such research activity spans individual scholarship, collaborations with colleagues and students all across the university and in participation with dynamic FASS research centres.
|Dr. Wallace Clement||Sociology||1991|
|Dr. Bruce Curtis||Sociology||2012|
|Dr. D. R. Fraser Taylor||Geography||2008|
|Dr. Donald Beecher||Literature||2016|
|Dr. Naomi Griffiths||History||1990|
|Dr. Norman Hillmer||History||2019|
|A. Brian McKillop||History||2001|
|Diana Nemiroff||Art History||2011|
|Dr. Mark Phillips||History||2007|
|Dr. Ruth Phillips||Art History||2007|
|Dr. Roseann Runte||Literature||1998|
|Dr. John Shepherd||Musicology||2000|
|Dr. Patricia Smart||Literature||1991|
To find out more, visit Carleton University’s Research website.
FASS Support for Research and Teaching Initiatives
The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences recognizes excellence in the research and teaching initiatives of its faculty. To support these endeavours, the Faculty offers a number of opportunities designed to support and recognizes faculty achievements through various awards and other programs. For more, see the achievements of faculty members.