Nathan Stewart, Human Geography PhD Student


Home Campus:
U of T St. George

Economic Geography

Other Degrees:
B.A International Development - University of Guelph
MScPl Urban Planning - University of Toronto

Cross Appointments:
The Global Production Networks Research Lab (Hosted in the Richard Charles Lee Asian Pathways Research Lab)

Honours & Awards:
Edward Sorbara-Building Industry and Land Development Association (BILD) Ontario Graduate Scholarship in Planning

Royal Bank Fellowship in Public and Economic Policy

Joseph Armand Bombardier Canadian Graduate Scholarship

Richard DiFrancesco
John Miron

Contact Information:


Research Interests:

  • Globalization and regional development in the knowledge economy
  • Global production networks, governance, and dependency theory
  • New economic geography and evolutionary economic geography
  • Industrial organization, Fordism, and Post-Fordism
  • State theory

Teaching This Academic Year:

Teaching Assistant (2017-2019):

  1. Urban Dynamics
  2. Advanced Geographic Information Systems
  3. Canadian Cities and Planning
  4. Real Estate and the City
  5. The Economy of Cities
  6. Regional Dynamics
  7. Planning Decision Methods II: Quantitative Methods
  8. Math Help Centre (Dept. of Geography and Planning)

Selected Publications:

Stewart, N. & Kearns, M. (2016). Security and planning. The Ontario Planning Journal.

Stewart, N. (2014). Geographies of displacement: Zones of exclusion and the neo-liberal degradation of urban competitiveness”. The Undercurrent 10(3):6-10.