Hunting, John

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John Hunting (BA Trent University, BFA Concordia University, MA University of Ottawa, PhD McGill University) is a Humanities teacher at Dawson College. He received a PhD in Communications from McGill. His dissertation Affect, Melodrama and Cinema: an Essay on Embodied Passivity explored the relevance of the philosophy of Emmanuel Levinas for melodrama and cinema. His research interests include the philosophy of Emmanuel Levinas, phenomenology and the phenomenology of cinema and photography.