BA (Vind), MA, PhD (York)
Susan Dodd is a political theorist who focuses on modern philosophy, literature and social thought. She has been a full-time faculty member in the Foundation Year Program since 1998.
Each Book A Drum: Ten Years of Halifax Humanities, Halifax: The Halifax Humanities Society, 2015. Editors: Dodd (Chair), Dobbin, Clarke and Redden.
The Ocean Ranger: Remaking the Promise of Oil, Halifax: Fernwood, 2012. Winner of the inaugural Atlantic Book Award for Scholarly Writing.
Unity of Opposites: Hegel and Canadian Political Thought, Toronto: University of Toronto Press, co-edited with Neil Roberston.
Engineering in Canada: Results, Risks, and Responsibilities, Toronto: Oxford University Press, co-authored with Mélanie Frappier.
History of Western culture, politics of memory, critical theory (literary and political), technology and culture.