Studies in Comparative Literatures and Arts

Faculty of Humanities




Studies in Comparative Literatures and Arts

SCLA Faculty

*Graduate supervision of theses and of major research papers is determined in conjunction with the Graduate Program Director over the course of the program. Please contact David Fancy, the Interim Graduate Program Director, for more information. The individuals below are regular supervisors for the program.

 

Natalie Alvarez, Dramatic Arts and Great Books/Liberal Studies

Michael Berman, Philosophy

Gregory Betts, English Language and Literature

Leslie Boldt, Modern Languages Literatures and Cultures (French Studies)

Leah Bradshaw, Political Science

Renée-Claude Bretenstein, Modern Languages Literatures and Cultures (French Studies)

Athena Colman, Philosophy

Tim Conley, English Language and Literature

Christine Daigle, Philosophy

Stefan Dolgert, Political Science

Tamara El-Hoss, Modern Languages Literatures and Cultures (French Studies)

David Fancy, Dramatic Arts

Corrado Federici, Modern Languages Literatures and Cultures (Italian Sudies)

Derek Knight, Visual Arts

Mathew Martin, English Language and Literature

Catherine Parayre, Modern Languages Literatures and Cultures (French Studies)

Brian Power, Music

Cristina Santos, Modern Languages Literatures and Cultures (Iberian and Latin American Studies); Women's Studies

Maria del Carmen Suescun Pozas, History

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Departmental Events

French instructor Paul Savoie is Director of the Salon du livre de Toronto
December 3, 2014 - 9:00am - December 6, 2014 - 6:00pm
November in French at Brock/Novembre en français à l’Université Brock
November 7, 2014 - 10:00am - November 28, 2014 - 11:00am