|Janes||AS 391||637-6200 ext firstname.lastname@example.org|
B.A., M.A. (Memorial). PhD London; Chair of Humanities
20th and 21st century literature, second language pedagogy, learning communities, reader response theory, and subjectivity. Professor Janes wrote his PhD thesis on Annie Ernaux.
|Wills||AS 332E||(709) 637-6200 ext. email@example.com|
Visiting Assistant Professor, BA University King’s College, M.A. Dalhousie, P.H.D MacMaster
Dr. Wills’ research area is Plato and the History of Platonism particularly in Augustine and the Medieval and Early Modern Augustinians. He is more broadly concerned with the tradition of philosophical theology in general and its relation to the symbolic, poetic and erotic dimensions of experience. Dr. Wills is currently working on the role of myth and imagery in Plato’s Phaedo and is writing on the role of imaginative representation in religious belief.