Examples of Our Faculty's Teaching and Classes

Please click on the links below to access samples of our faculty members' teaching and classes.

Free Will II: Three Arguments for Free Will - Sample lecture (YouTube video)
From the course PHIL 1820: Introduction to Philosophy–Epistemology and Metaphysics
With Dr. Michael Hymers, Department of  Philosophy

What is Computer Ethics? (And why study it?) - Sample lecture (YouTube video)
From the course PHIL 2490 & CSCI 3101: Social, Ethical, and Professional Issues in Computer Science
With Dr. Trystan S. Goetze, Department of Philosophy

The Normalization of Deviance - Sample lecture (YouTube video)
From the course PHIL 1050: Ethics in Science
With Dr. Letitia Meynell, Department of Philosophy

Violence and Protest - Sample mini lecture (YouTube video)
Presented by Dr. Ajay Parasram, Departments of International Development Studies and History

The Global Development Primer - Podcast
From the course INTD 2001: The Global Development Primer
With Dr. Robert Huish, Department of International Development Studies

Performance and Storytelling - Podcast
From the course PERF 1000: Writing About Performance
With Dr. Jacqueline Warwick, Fountain School of Performing Arts

Study Classics at Dalhousie University - Introduction to Department (YouTube video)
Dr. Jack Mitchell, Associate Professor of Classics at Dalhousie University, describes what Classics is and what it offers, how he got into it, and what he likes best about it.

Anarchy of the 3rd Century - Fall term course lecture posted on November 16, 2020 (YouTube video) 
From the course CLAS 2233/ HIST 2023: Roman Legions and the Barbarians
With Dr. Jack Mitchell, Department of Classics

Pandemic! The Class CTV News interview
From the course (cross-listed as) PUAD 6940, INTD 4002 and INTD 5001: Pandemic - A Real Life Simulation in Pandemic Management 
With Dr. Robert Huish, Department of International Development Studies
See also the Dal News story

Pandemic Politics: Course Explores the Implications of Our Moment - Dal News story
From the course POLI 3510: The Politics of Pandemics
With Instructor  Larissa Atkison, Department of Political Science