Prof. Nicole Benbow

Adjunct Lecturer in History


Office: 221-2

Programs: History


M.A. (2011) History, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON.
Thesis: “Commemoration, German Ethnicity and National Identity: Remembrance Day in Kitchener, 1919 – 2009″

B.A. (2010) History, Minor in Theatre. Redeemer University, Ancaster, ON.


  • Canadian History: Pre-Confederation (HIS-221)
  • Canadian History: Post-Confederation (HIS-222)


Nicole Benbow teaches Canadian history at Redeemer, covering both the pre-confederation and post-confederation survey courses for the history department. She is interested in many aspects of Canadian history, especially anything related to social, environmental, or medical history Currently, Nicole serves as the Research Officer at Redeemer, where she assists faculty in applying for government and external grants, facilitates the distribution and management of internal and external grants, and provides administrative assistance to several academic committees. Nicole has taught courses at Conestoga College and Emmanual Bible College, and also has experience working in program development in the public library system. She loves spending time at her home in Plattsville with her husband, three children and dog.