I grew up on the Gulf coast of Florida and held full-time faculty positions at colleges in Kansas and Alabama before arriving at Jacksonville University in 2002. I teach courses that cover a range of topics relating to American and Western European humanities from the seventeenth century to the present. My research and teaching interests include film and the humanities, multiculturalism, and service-learning. I have traveled abroad to a number of European countries and taught study abroad classes in England, and I enjoy bringing these experiences back into my teaching. I recently developed a new summer course (“Culture of New York”) which culminated in a one week trip to New York City with my students. I am always happy to meet with new students who may be interested in the Humanities program.
Joana Owens (Associate Professor) B.A., School of the Ozarks; M.A., Ph.D., Florida State UniversityOffice: Council 129Phone: 256-7942email: email@example.com