Bachelor of Arts (Honours), Social History, McGill University
Master of Arts, Urban History, McGill University
Master of Science in Planning, University of Toronto
- Small-scale and Artisanal Manufacturing
- Adaptive Reuse and Heritage Preservation
- Planning Theory
My research focuses on new forms of urban manufacturing and their contributions to densification strategies.
- Nader, B. (April, 2019). Privately owned public spaces in Toronto and the dissonance of geographical imaginations. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Urban Affairs Association Conference, Los Angeles, CA.
- Vinodrai, T., & Nader, B. (April, 2019). Making spaces? Planning for new forms of urban production. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Washington, DC.
- Nader, B. (October, 2018). Evaluating the social inclusivity of Toronto’s privately-owned publicly accessible spaces. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Association of Geographers—Ontario Division, Toronto, ON.
Publications and Research Reports:
- Wynveen, A., Nader, B., Rowan, C., Hilbrecht, C., & Miller, K. (2014). Not zoned for dancing: A comprehensive review of entertainment in downtown Toronto. Toronto, ON: City Planning Division, City of Toronto.
- Member, Heritage and Planning Advisory Committee, Region of Waterloo
At the University of Waterloo
- Teaching Assistant for PLAN 362/674: Regional Planning and Economic Development, Fall 2018