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Martin Crevier

Darwin College
Cambridge
CB3 9EU

Biography:

Before arriving at Cambridge I completed an MSc in International History at the LSE and a B.A. (Joint Honours) at McGill University. 

Research Interests

My research focuses on the making and consolidation of modern states in Britain's empire of settlement. Under the supervision of Prof. Saul Dubow, I wish to contribute to our understanding of the ways in which civic institutions, art and science were mobilized to foster national consciousness in settler societies. Indigenous art, conceived as a form of resistance or as objects of official, anthropological and artistic inquiry are also of particular interest.

Other Professional Activities

Editor at large at the Toynbee Prize Fondation's Global History Blog

Keywords

  • International History
  • Imperial History

Collaborators

Other Publications

Crevier, Martin. "Le nationalisme écossais et la surimposition des unions," Historical Discourses 49 (2015), 64-94.