Scott Murray

Scott W. Murray, PhD
Associate Professor
Department Chair


Office: EA3145
Phone: 403.440.6098

PhD - University of Calgary (1997)
MA - University of British Columbia (1990)
BA (Hons) - University of Calgary (1988)


Main areas of scholarly interest and/or expertise:
The historical, pedagogical and ethical implications arising from the use of digital technologies in the collection and dissemination of Holocaust survivor testimony; the efficacy of Holocaust education; nineteenth-century British commercial diplomacy; European liberal nationalism and internationalism.

Select Publications:
Understanding Atrocities: Remembering, Representing and Teaching Genocide. Scott W. Murray, ed. Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 2016

Scott W Murray, Diplomacy and German Unification: The Early Career of Sir Robert Morier. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 2000.

Main areas of instruction at MRU:
HIST 1103: Introduction to History - Europe since 1500
HIST 2202: The Historian's Craft
HIST 2237: Modern European Intellectual History
HIST 2239: European Nationalism in the Age of the Nation-State
HIST 2241: Britain in the Nineteenth Century
HIST 2243: Europe in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
HIST 2291: The Holocaust on Film
HIST 3361: The Holocaust
HIST 4461: Limits of Representation: Holocaust and Memory
HIST 4486: The Industrial Revolution