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Martin Greig

Martin Greig

EducationBA in History, University College, University of Toronto. MA in History, Queen’s University, Kingston. PhD in History, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
OfficeJOR 514
Phone416-979-5000 Ext. 556134
Areas of ExpertiseEurope: Great Britain; British Empire; Intellectual History

Dr. Martin Greig, Associate Professor in the Department of History, has been a permanent faculty member at Toronto Metropolitan University since 2003. Before that he worked as a lecturer at both TMU and the University of Toronto. He has taught courses in a wide variety of fields, including: early modern Britain, the British Empire, medieval Europe, Europe from 1350 to the present, ideas that changed the world, history through film, and the Cold War.  His area of research interest and expertise is England and Scotland between 1660 and 1715. Dr. Greig has published numerous articles in academic journals such as The Historical JournalThe Journal of Ecclesiastical HistoryArchives; Church History and The Canadian Journal of History. At present he is writing a biography of the 17th-century Scottish-born cleric and author, Gilbert Burnet. Dr. Greig is the treasurer of the Midwest Conference on British Studies and is also a member of the graduate faculty.