Nathan Smith is a historian working as a consultant and educator in the Greater Toronto area.
Nathan earned his PhD in History from the University of Toronto in 2012, and served a term position as Assistant Professor at the University of Northern British Columbia, in 2012-2013. Since then he has taught history and interdisciplinary courses at Brock University, the University of Toronto, Ryerson University, and Seneca College, as well as online for SUNY Empire State College.
As a consultant, Nathan has worked on public history projects for non-profit and public sector organizations, conducted research for Ottawa-based firms, and produced a historical report for the government of Ontario.
Nathan’s published book chapter, “Fighting the Alien Problem in a British Country,” draws on his historical research on returned soldiers in First World War Toronto. In 2014, Nathan and his fellow co-editors and launched the “Canada’s First World War” series on ActiveHistory.ca. The series is ongoing, and continues to seek contributions.
Write Nathan at: firstname.lastname@example.org.