Upcoming Events

  1. Kierkegaard’s Politics? An Ongoing Enigma

    April 7, 7:15 pm - 10:00 pm
 

Calls for applications, proposals, submissions

 

Faculty Bookshelf

bookshelf2
 
 

Faculty

 
  • Sanskrit in the News

    Sanskrit in the News

    Prof. Libbie Mills and her Sanskrit courses were recently profile in Toronto’s Desi News. She describes some of the texts her course: It’s beautiful, beautiful stuff, the true beauty of […]

     
  • Photo: York Minster, https://flic.kr/p/9dfAAP

    Prof. Kyle Smith Publishes New Book

    Prof. Kyle Smith has just published a new book Constantine and the Captive Christians of Persia: Martyrdom and Religious Identity in Late Antiquity with University of California Press. Using Greek, […]

     
  •  
  • Prof. Walid Saleh’s Teaching Praised

    Prof. Walid Saleh’s Teaching Praised

    Recently, UofT News wrote about faculty evaluations. In the article, Undergraduate Edwin White Chacon wrote very highly of Walid Saleh. Read his note below: Read More

     
  • Prof. Valentina Napolitano Publishes New Book

    Prof. Valentina Napolitano Publishes New Book

    Professor Valentina Napolitano‘s new book Migrant Hearts and the Atlantic Return has just been published by Fordham Press. Read a recent review of Napolitano’s book published in Marginalia. Description from […]

     
  •  
  • Kyle Smith Profiled for Teaching Award

    Kyle Smith Profiled for Teaching Award

    Professor Kyle Smith was recently interviewed by UofT News for receiving the university’s Early Career Teaching Award. Smith describes his teaching: No matter what course I am teaching, I make […]

     
  • James DiCenso becomes Acting Chair.

    James DiCenso becomes Acting Chair.

    Professor James DiCenso began a one-year term as Acting Chair of the department on July 1st, while Professor John Kloppenborg is on research leave. James served as acting chair from […]

     
  •