Leacock, Rm 828
Department of History 855 Sherbrooke West
Specialization: Early Canada and Colonial North America
Allan Greer’s teaching and research interests centre on the history of early Canada in the context of colonial North America and the Early Modern Atlantic World. He has supervised graduate work on a wide range of theme and topics. Among his publications are La Nouvelle-France et le Monde (2009), Mohawk Saint: Catherine Tekakwitha and the Jesuits (2005), The People of New France (1997), The Patriots and the People (1993) and Peasant, Lord and Merchant (1985); books that have won a number of national and international prizes. He is currently at work on two projects: an overview of the history of New France and a comparative study of the clash of indigenous and European forms of land tenure in New Spain, New France and New England.