Greg Marquis, historian, aboriginal history, Loyalist tradition
University of New Brunswick at Saint John
Greg Marquis is a professor of History at the University of New Brunswick Saint John where he teaches Canadian and North American history. He received his BA from St. Francis Xavier University, his MA from the University of New Brunswick and his PhD from Queen's University. His most recent book is In Armageddon's Shadow: The Civil War and Canada's Maritime Provinces (Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2000). He has researched and published in the areas of criminal justice, urban and cultural history and the history of alcohol control and was a participant in the UNBSJ Community-University Research Alliance project "Saint John: The Industrial City in Transition." He is also involved with contemporary policy research on urban policy and immigration. Current research interests that connect with Loyalist studies include First Nations New Brunswick and historical commemoration and public history in New Brunswick. He is particularly interested in how New Brunswick intellectuals, antiquarians, heritage activists and institutions have dealt with aboriginal issues and the Loyalist tradition.