Wilfrid Greaves is Assistant Professor of International Relations at the University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. His research examines the intersections between security theory and environmental politics with focuses on climate change, energy extraction, Indigenous peoples, and the circumpolar Arctic. He has published more than a dozen peer-reviewed articles and book chapters, and his first monograph, Indigenizing Arctic Security: Polar Peoples and Environmental Change in Canada and Norway, is forthcoming from University of Toronto Press. He holds a PhD in Political Science from the University of Toronto, and was previously Lecturer at the Trudeau Centre for Peace, Conflict and Justice.
Arctic StudiesHuman SecurityEnvironmental SecurityClimate ChangeIndigenous PeoplesForeign and Security PolicySecuritization Theory
Wilfrid Greaves and Daniel Pomerants, “‘Soft’ Securitization and the Arctic Council,” Politik: Special Issue on Arctic International Relations in a Widened Security Perspective 20, no. 3 (2017): 31-46.
Wilfrid Greaves, “Arctic In/Security and Indigenous Peoples: Comparing Inuit in Canada and Sámi in Norway,” Security Dialogue 47, no. 6 (2016): 461-480.
Wilfrid Greaves, “Securing Sustainability: The Case for Critical Environmental Security in the Arctic.” Polar Record 52, no. 6 (2016): 660-671.