Dr. Charles Carroll teaches philosophy, history, writing, and literature at University Canada West. He has a B.A. in philosophy from Vassar College, an MFA in poetry from Emerson College, an MBA in marketing from Boston University and a Ph.D. in English/Comparative Literature from the CUNY Graduate Centre.
He has published poetry and literary criticism in American and Canadian journals, critical work on Jane Austen, and given conference presentations on his dissertation topic—the role of apologies and other forms of persuasive rhetoric in literature.
His research interests are in how literary works represent and evaluate the figure of the entrepreneur and the businessperson. He is interested in working with and learning from faculty at the intersection of business and the humanities.