Carl Nightingale

Carl NightingaleCarl Nightingale is Professor of Urban History, World History, and American Studies in the Department of Transnational Studies at the University at Buffalo, State University of New York. His recent book, Segregation: a Global History of Divided Cities (Chicago University Press) was co-winner of the Jerry Bentley Award for best book in world history in 2012 from the World History Association and the American History Association. Nightingale has published widely on issues relating to the world history of cities and race in journals such as the American Historical Review, the Journal of Urban History and the Journal of Social History among other publications. He is an active contributor to discussions on the “transnational turn” in urban history and curates the website “Global Segregation.”

Staff Profile (Transnational Studies, University at Buffalo)
Book Information (Segregation: A Global History of Divided Cities)
Blog (Global Segregation)

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