Will Greaves is Assistant Professor of International Relations at the University of Victoria. His research examines global security theory and politics with respect to climate change, resource extraction, and Indigenous peoples; Canadian foreign policy and Canada-US relations; and the politics of the circumpolar Arctic. Professor Greaves is the author of more than twenty peer-reviewed articles and book chapters and has co-edited two books: One Arctic: The Arctic Council and Circumpolar Governance and Breaking Through: Understanding Sovereignty and Security in the Circumpolar Arctic. His monograph on Arctic security and climate change is forthcoming from University of Toronto Press. He is a Coordinator of the North American and Arctic Defence and Security Network (www.naadsn.ca), and has received research funding from the Department of National Defence, Global Affairs Canada, UVic, and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council.
Professor Greaves holds a PhD in Political Science from the University of Toronto (2016), MA from the University of Calgary (2009), and BA from Bishop’s University (2006). He was previously Lecturer at the Trudeau Centre for Peace, Conflict and Justice and Visiting Scholar at the Centre for Sami Studies at the University of Tromsø, Norway. He teaches courses in international relations, Arctic politics, Canadian foreign policy, and global security.
- Securitization and Security Theory
- Climate Change
- Arctic Politics
Wilfrid Greaves and P. Whitney Lackenbauer, eds. 2021. Breaking Through: Understanding Sovereignty and Security in the Circumpolar Arctic. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
W. Greaves and P. W. Lackenbauer. 2019. “First Nations, LNG Canada, and the Politics of Anti-Pipeline Protests.” LNG Series. June. Calgary: Canadian Global Affairs Institute.
W. Greaves. 2018. “Damaging Environments: Land, Settler Colonialism, and Security for Indigenous Peoples.” Environment and Society 9, no. 1 (Special Issue on Indigenous Resurgence, Decolonization, and Movements for Environmental Justice): 107-124.
W. Greaves. 2016. “Arctic In/Security and Indigenous Peoples: Comparing Inuit in Canada and Sámi in Norway.” Security Dialogue 47 (6): 461-480.
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