Jackson, Gregory Richard
Title:
Lecturer of Integrated Studies and History
Office:
LI 507a
Phone:
801-863-5580
Last Updated: 10/22/14 -

Degrees

Ph.D., Modern European History, minor fields in Middle East History and Francophone Litterature, University of Utah, 2014

M.A., French Studies, Brigham Young University, 2010

B.A., History and minor in French, Brigham Young University, 2008

Research Interests

European Colonialism, French-Algeria, Immigration, Islam in France

Classes taught

Upper-Division: French North Africa; Middle East, 1914 to Present

Lower-Divison: World History to 1500; World History, 1500 to Present; Western Civilization, 1500 to Present; U.S. History, Colonies to Present

Select Publications

“The Complications of State-Building: Reevaluating the Role of Britain in the Creation of Iraq” (In press, Utah Historical Review).

Hudson and Jackson. “Challenging Gallicism: The Role of Hircan’s Anti-feminist Rhetoric in Marguerite’s Heptaméron (VII & XLIX).” Utah Foreign Language Review Vol. XVIII (2010): 41-53.

Review of Murder in Salonika, 1876: A Tale of Apostasy and International Crisis, by Berke Torunoğlu, Journal of American Studies of Turkey, no. 37 (Spring 2013): 131-132.

Membership in Organizations

The Society for French Historical Studies (SFHS), 2013 to present

Phi Alpha Theta (PAT), 2006 to present