BA (University of Guelph), MA (University of Guelph), PhD (York University)
Business, Community Social Services, Early Childhood Studies, Electives, Justice Studies, Media and Communication Studies
Gregory Klages has taught at the University of Guelph-Humber since 2009. His research focuses on 20th-century Canadian cultural and political history. Klages’ research on Canadian cultural policy has appeared in the anthology Mapping Nations, Locating Citizens (Humber, 2017), the Asian Journal of Canadian Studies, Canadian Historical Review, and Saskatchewan History. Klages is also the author of The Many Deaths of Tom Thomson: Separating Fact from Fiction (Dundurn, 2016), which has appeared on the National Post bestseller list for Canadian non-fiction, and the Writers’ Trust of Canada’s list of Best Books of 2016. His work on Tom Thomson has also appeared in the anthology Archives & Canadian Narratives (Fernwood, 2011), and in the American Journal of Canadian Studies. In 2007-8, Klages served as Research Director for “Death On A Painted Lake: The Tom Thomson Tragedy,” a book-length web site produced by the international award-winning Great Unsolved Mysteries in Canadian History project.