Dustin Galer is an award-winning writer, biographer, and historian.
He is known for his exceptional contributions to the world of disability history and labour. He earned his doctorate in History from the University of Toronto and has solidified his reputation as a prominent figure in the field.
Dustin draws on his wealth of experience from a diverse range of sectors including policing, social services, research, policy development, and private practice where he helps clients develop and execute personal and corporate history projects.
In a world where the past often feels distant, Dustin's writing compels readers to feel the pulse of history in the present. His commitment to meticulous research and captivating storytelling has earned him numerous accolades, and the admiration of scholarly and general audiences.
For more about Dustin, check out his past publications or write to him here.
"History never repeats itself, but it does often rhyme."
- Mark Twain