Michael Michie

Department of History

Professor Emeritus

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Emailmmichie@yorku.ca
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Michael Michie is associate professor of history in the School of Arts & Letters. He wrote "An Enlightenment Tory in Victorian Scotland. The Career of Sir Archibald Alison" McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal & Kingston (1997).

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Michael Michie is an associate professor of history in the School of Arts & Letters. He wrote "An Enlightenment Tory in Victorian Scotland. The Career of Sir Archibald Alison" McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal & Kingston (1997). Professor Michie's publications in refereed journals include: * "'Buried in the Antipodes': an Enlightenment Scot in Colonial New Zealand," Scottish Tradition, Vol. 21 September 1996. * "'Mr. Wordy' and the Blackwoods: Author and Publisher in Victorian Scotland," The Bibliotheck Vol. 21 (1997). He was Associate Dean of Atkinson Faculty 2002-2007.

Research Interests

British History, especially 19th and 20th centuries; British Empire; Australasian colonies; political theory, periodicals; history of print culture; popular culture

Current Research Projects


Project Type: Funded
Funders: 
Minor Research Grant (York University)


Michael Michie is associate professor of history in the School of Arts & Letters. He wrote "An Enlightenment Tory in Victorian Scotland. The Career of Sir Archibald Alison" McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal & Kingston (1997).


Michael Michie is an associate professor of history in the School of Arts & Letters. He wrote "An Enlightenment Tory in Victorian Scotland. The Career of Sir Archibald Alison" McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal & Kingston (1997). Professor Michie's publications in refereed journals include: * "'Buried in the Antipodes': an Enlightenment Scot in Colonial New Zealand," Scottish Tradition, Vol. 21 September 1996. * "'Mr. Wordy' and the Blackwoods: Author and Publisher in Victorian Scotland," The Bibliotheck Vol. 21 (1997). He was Associate Dean of Atkinson Faculty 2002-2007.

Research Interests:

British History, especially 19th and 20th centuries; British Empire; Australasian colonies; political theory, periodicals; history of print culture; popular culture

Current Research Projects


Project Type: Funded
Funders: 
Minor Research Grant (York University)