John G. Reid, historian, native-imperial relations
St. Mary's University
John G. Reid is a member of the History department at Saint Mary’s University, where he teaches in the areas of North American history during the 17th and 18th centuries and the history of Atlantic Canada. He holds degrees from Oxford University, Memorial University, and the University of New Brunswick. His research areas include early modern northeastern North America and the history of higher education, and his most recent scholarly books are The ‘Conquest’ of Acadia, 1710: Imperial, Colonial, and Aboriginal Constructions (with five co-authors, 2004), New England and the Maritime Provinces: Connections and Comparisons (co-edited with Stephen Hornsby, 2005), Viola Florence Barnes, 1885-1979: A Historian’s Biography (2005), and Essays on Northeastern North America, Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries (2008). He has also published journal articles and two historical novels for teenage readers, and his current research focuses on Native-Imperial relations in eastern British North America during the Loyalist era.