Greg T. Smith

Associate Professor and Associate Dean of Arts

Office: 411 Fletcher Argue
e-mail: Greg.Smith@umanitoba.ca
Phone: (204) 474-7216
personal webpage

 EDUCATION

Ph.D., University of Toronto
M.A., University of Toronto
B.A.(Hons), University of British Columbia
RESEARCH INTERESTS

Early Modern Britain; social history of crime; violence; London 1600-1850; legal history; adolesence and youth culture

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

“Long-Term Trends in Female and Male Involvement in Crime” in The Oxford Handbook of Gender, Sex, and Crime  eds. Rosemary Gartner and Bill McCarthy, Oxford University Press, 2014.

Summary Justice in the City: A Selection of Cases Heard at the Guildhall Justice Room, 1752-1781 ed. Greg T. Smith. Boydell & Brewer, 2013.

City Limits: Perspectives on the Historical European City eds. Glenn Clark, Judith Owens, and Greg T. Smith. McGill-Queens University Press, 2010.

"Violent Crime and the Public Weal in England, 1700-1900." In Crime, Law and Popular Culture in Europe 1500-1900 ed. R. McMahon. Willan Publishing, 2008.
"Renwick Williams" "Elizabeth Broadingham" "Elizabeth Butchill" "John Williams" in Oxford Dictionary of National Biography ed. B. Harrison, (Oxford: Oxford University Press), Oxford University Press, 2004.
"'I Could Hang Anything You can Bring Before Me': England's Willing Executioners in 1883" in Penal Practice and Culture, 1500-1900: Punishing the English ed. Simon Devereaux and Paul Griffiths, 285-308. (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004).
with A. N. May and S. Devereaux, Criminal Justice in the Old World and the New: Essays in Honour of J. M. Beattie, (Toronto: Centre of Criminology, University of Toronto,1998).

COURSES TAUGHT

2017-2018
HIST 2360 Europe, 1870 to the Present

2016-2017
No teaching

2015-2016
HIST 3550 Crime and Punishment in England, 1550-1850

2014-2015
HIST 4000/7772 Topics: Youth in Early Modern Europe

2013-2014
HIST 2210 History of Britain, 1485-Present (Winter Term)

2012-2013
HIST 3550 Crime and Punishment in England, 1550-1850

2011-2012
HIST 3430 Britain, 1714-1815
HIST 4960/7520 Age of Enlightenment