School of Business & Social Sciences
Professor Kealy joined the Colby-Sawyer College faculty in 2000 teaching world literature and composition. His scholarship focuses on early modern representations of science and nature in literature, literary cultures of Islamic Spain, and ecocriticism.
Comparative literatures of the early modern period (approximately 1500-1700), with a focus on natural history texts and emblem poetry written in Latin, English, Spanish and Arabic.
Writing 105: College Composition
World Literature I: Early texts of global cultures
World Literature II: Postcolonial and Postmodern literature
Voices of Islam: An exploration of the history and future of Islamic cultures
Understanding Islam: A survey of the arts and sciences of Islam
Judgment and Belief: Philosophy of the "Way"
Literature and Science: A Comparison of the Two Cultures
Thinking About Literature
Senior Capstone Seminar
Department of Humanities, Colby-Sawyer College
The Community and Environmental Studies Program at Colby-Sawyer College
The Women Writers Project at Brown University