Associate Professor of Philosophy


Lisa Kretz is a public philosopher and activist with multiple publications, and nearly 100 presentations on topics such as: Hope and Climate Change, Bridging the Theory-Action Gap, Environmental Ethics, Oppression Theory, Philosophy of Emotion, Pedagogical Activism, and the Ethics of Non-Human Animal Treatment.


Ph.D, Philosophy, Dalhousie University; M.A, Philosophy, University of Alberta; B.Ed University of Western Ontario; B.A, Philosophy and Visual Art, The University of Western Ontario.