Gregory Millard

B.A. McGill University, M.A. McGill University, Ph.D. (Queen’s University),
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Surrey Campus: Surrey office: Fir 244

Gregory Millard has taught political science at KPU since 2004, serving eight years as Chair of Political Science, as well as serving as Associate Dean of Arts, and Dean of Arts Pro Tem. His article 'Ambiguously Hip: The Tragically Hip and Canadian Nationalism' won the CSNE-RÉC 2022 Prize for Best Article Published in the Journal of Canadian Studies, and his book Secession and Self: Quebec in Canadian Thought was shortlisted for the 2009 Donald V. Smiley Prize. Originally from the Kanyen'kehà:ke territory of Montreal, Greg lives with his wife and dog on the unceded ancestral lands of the Kwikwitlem, Musqueam, Squamish, Stó:lō, Tsleil-Waututh peoples (Port Moody), an aficionado of - among other things - Bob Dylan, Star Wars and the Montreal Canadiens. 

Areas of Interest

  • National identity and nationalisms in Canada 
  • Canadian constitutionalism
  • Political rhetoric
  • Political ideology and ideologies
  • Political thought
  • The politics of popular culture 

Scholarly Work