Networks & Projects

The Gregg Centre has a number of ongoing research projects and teams, as well as shorter term projects.

New Brunswick Military Heritage Project

The New Brunswick Military Heritage Project seeks to educate the general public about the military heritage of New Brunswick. We publish two volumes a year on aspects of New Brunswick’s military tradition. As well, we maintain a searchable database of all currently known military sites, monuments, and events in New Brunswick. This public outreach project has been in operation since 2000.

Network for the Study of Civilians, Soldiers, and Society

Increasingly, scholars recognize the interconnectedness of civilian experiences and military operations. Civilian encounters with military personnel rarely end when the fighting stops. The Network for the Study of Civilians, Soldiers, and Society is a collaborative project amongst faculty members at the University of New Brunswick and St. Thomas University. NSCSS supports public outreach on these enduring conflicts through the delivery of public lectures and disseminating relevant research.

Teachers Network for the Study of War and the Canadian Experience

The Teachers’ Network for the Study of War and the Canadian Experience exists to share resources, build community, and provide professional development to teachers all across Canada who are engaged in teaching Canada’s experience of war. The Network promotes discussion and dialogue amongst teachers and provides access to classroom and professional resources.

Find out how we can support your project on a war and society topic by contacting us.