Profile
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Title: 
Asst. Prof. Dr.
Surname: 
GREAVES
Status: 
Full-Time Academic Staff
Program: 
Political Science and International Relations
Telephone: 
3435
E-mail: 
nigel@metu.edu.tr
Room: 
TZ-44
Educational Background: 
  • B.S., University of Plymouth; M.A., University of York; Ph.D., University of Northampton.
Research Interests: 
  • Political theory/philosophy; the history of ideas and political change; historical materialism and dialectics; epistemology in the social sciences, etc.
Courses Taught: 
  • PSIR 212 Comparative Politics
  • PSIR 401 Contemporary Political Theory
  • PSIR 501 Social and Political Theory
Selected Publications: 
  • Greaves, NM. (2011) Resisting Abstraction: Gramsci’s Historiological Method, International Gramsci Society Journal, no. 3, University of Wollongong, ISSN:1836-6554.
  • Greaves, NM. (2009) Gramsci’s Marxism: Reclaiming a Philosophy of History and Politics, Leicester: Matador, ISBN: 9781848761278.
  • Greaves, NM. (2011) Resisting Abstraction: Gramsci’s Historiological Method, International Gramsci Society Journal, no. 3. University of Wollongong, International Gramsci Society Journal, no. 3, ISSN:1836-6554.
  • Greaves, NM. (2013) Modernity and Islamic Immigration: Examining the Historical Roots of Identity and Difference, in Citizenship in Transition: New Perspectives on Transnational Migration between the Middle East and Europe, Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Greaves, NM. (2007) Gramsci’s ‘Anti-Croce’ and Post-Marxism: A Case of Déjà Vu?, British Political Studies Association Journal: Studies in Marxism. no. 12.