Peter Price is a historian specializing in Canadian intellectual and political history.
Peter completed his PhD in History at Queen's University in 2014. His SSHRC-funded dissertation examines how Confederation influenced new understandings of political association in English Canada. He has written articles on topics including Canadian constitutional history, British imperialism, and the Canadian flag. Peter has taught courses in Canadian and World history at Queen’s and at the Royal Military College of Canada. He is the 2014-15 R. Roy McMurtry Fellow with the Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History.