Richard A. Hill, Ph.D., has been at Concordia since 1976, teaching Humanities, American literature, film, studies in the Hero, and courses on the Sixties and Peace Studies. He is particularly interested in interdisciplinary connections between literature, history, philosophy, psychology, and cultural studies. Dr. Hill believes that academic work is grounded in the search for truth, which is the impetus for our continuing attempts at social justice. He has completed a book on The Sixties that will address this period within the context of American identity and cultural transformation.
Professor of English and Humanities Humanities Department Chair Department of Humanities College of Theology, Arts, & Sciences
Office: George R. White Library & Learning Center 315F Phone: 503-493-6227
Ph.D., Emory University, 1976
B.A., Gonzaga University, 1968