Director, Bill Graham Centre for Contemporary International History, University of Toronto

Greg Donaghy is Director of the Bill Graham Centre for Contemporary International History at Trinity College, University of Toronto.
For many years, he was head of the Historical Section in Global Affairs Canada, where he was general editor of its series, Documents on Canadian External Relations. In addition to editing six volumes in this series covering 1950 to 1957, his publications include the monograph Tolerant Allies: Canada and the United States, 1963—1968 (MQUP, 2001, 2008); the biography Grit: The Life and Politics of Paul Martin Sr.(UBC Press, 2015); and (with John Hilliker and Mary Halloran), Canada’s Department of External Affairs, Vol. 3, Innovation and Adaptation, 1968-84 (UTP, 2017).
Greg Donaghy is the editor of ten collections of essays on Canadian political and international history, and the author of more than 50 scholarly articles on Canadian foreign policy. His most recent publication (with David Webster) is the collection A Samaritan State Revisited: Historical Perspectives on Canadian Foreign Aid (UCP, 2019). He divides his time between Ottawa and Toronto.

Experience

  • –present
    Director, Bill Graham Centre for Contemporary International History, University of Toronto

Education

  • 1998 
    Phd, History