Our Faculty

Cross-Appointed LJSO Faculty by Department

History

Ruth Bleasdale
Assistant Professor
Steering Committee
  LJSO Core Courses:
HIST 3226 Law and Justice in Canadian Society to 1890
HIST 3227 Criminal Law, Crime and Punishment in Canada, 1890 to Present
Krista Kesselring
Professor
  LJSO Electives:
HIST 3101: Punishment, Crime and the Courts in Early Modern England
HIST 4004: Crime and Society in Post-Conquest England
Gary Kynoch
Associate Professor
  LJSO Electives:
HIST 4401: State Violence, Communal Conflict and Criminality in Modern South Africa
HIST 4404 Crime and Punishment in Modern Africa

Philosophy

Stephanie Kapusta
Assistant Professor
Interim Coordinator
  LJSO Electives:
PHIL 2475 Justice in a Global Perspective
PHIL 3211 Philosophy of Law
Greg Scherkoske
Associate Professor
Steering Committee
  LJSO Core Course:
PHIL 2020 Legal Thinking

Political Science

David Black
Chair
Steering Committee
  LJSO Elective:
POLI 4403 Human Rights: Philosophical Issues
Margaret Denike
Associate Professor
(on sabbatical: July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2019)
  LJSO Core Course 3000: The Processes of Justice
LJSO 4000: Honours Seminar in Law, Justice and Society
LJSO Electives:
POLI 3426.03: Sex and the State
POLI 3440: The Politics of Fear
POLI 4390: Practicum in Public Policy: NGOs and Government Services
POLI 4481: Theories of Violence, Persecution and Genocide
Kristin Good
Associate Professor
  LJSO Elective:
POLI 3206 Constitutional Issues in Canadian Politics

Sociology & Social Anthropology

Lindsay DuBois
Associate Professor, Chair
Steering Committee
   
Laura Eramian
Assistant Professor
  SOSA 3225  
Fiona Martin
Assistant Professor
  SOSA 3148  
Brian Noble
Associate Professor
  SOSA 3185 Issues in the Study of Indigenous Peoples of North America


Other Teaching Faculty by Department

Classics

Eli Diamond
Associate Professor
  LJSO Elective:
CLAS 2365: Plato and the Case of Socrates: Philosophy on Trial

Environmental Science Program

Peter Mushkat   LJSO Elective:
ENVS 3200 Introduction to Environmental Law

History

John Bingham
Chair
  LJSO Electives:
HIST 3051X/Y Fascist and National Socialist Movements in Europe - John Bingham
HIST 3056 The Holocaust
Cynthia Neville
Professor
  LJSO Elective:
HIST 4004 Crime and Society in Post-Conquest England
Justin Roberts
Associate Professor
  LJSO Electives:
HIST 2006 The Atlantic World, 1450-1650
HIST 2007 The Atlantic World, 1650-1800

Humanities, University of King's College

Daniel Brandes
Assistant Professor
  LJSO Elective:
CTMP 4125: Hannah Arendt: Terror, Politics, Thought
Dorota Glowacka
Professor
  LJSO Electives:
CTMP 3121 Genocide: Comparative Perspectives
CTMP 3321 Representations of the Holocaust: remembrance
CTMP 3322 Representations of the Holocaust: bearing witness

Law

Nayha Acharya
Instructor
  LJSO Core Course:
LAWS 2510 Introduction to Law I & LAWS 2520 Introduction to Law II
Dale Darling
Instructor
  LJSO Core Course:
LAWS 2510 Introduction to Law I & LAWS 2520 Introduction to Law II

Philosophy

Darren Abramson
Associate Professor
  LJSO Elective:
PHIL 2490 Social, Ethical and Professional Issues in Computer Science
Chike Jeffers
Associate Professor
  LJSO Elective:
PHIL 2450 Democracy, Difference and Citizenship

Political Science

Louise Carbert
Associate Professor
  LJSO Elective:
POLI 2210: Unity and Diversity: Dynamics of Canadian Federalism
Marcella Firmini
Assistant Professor
  LJSO Electives:
POLI 2215 Canadian Aboriginal Politics: An Institutional Perspective
POLI 2220 Political Power and Partisan Politics
Anders Hayden
Associate Professor
  LJSO Elective:
POLI 3208.03: Canadian Provincial Policies
David Morgan
Instructor
  LJSO Elective:
POLI 2520 World Politics
Kandace Terris   LJSO Core Course
LJSO 3000 Processes of Justice

School of Public Administration

Kevin Quigley
  LJSO Elective:
POLI 4240 Policy Formation in Canada