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GUHP Board of Directors

Carl Nightingale, University at Buffalo, State University of New York, Project Coordinator
Tracy Neumann, Wayne State University, Treasurer, Blog Editor
Emma Hart, St. Andrews University, Project Archivist
Michael Goebel, Geneva Graduate Institute, Blog Editor-in-Chief
Joseph Ben Prestel, Freie Universität Berlin, Blog Editor
Mariana Dantas, Ohio University, Director of GUHP Bibliography Project
Nancy Kwak, University of California San Diego
Carola Hein, Technical University Delft
Kristin Stapleton, University at Buffalo SUNY
Su Lin Lewis, University of Bristol
Rosemary Wakeman, Fordham University
Li Hou, Tongji University


International Advisory Council (IAC)

Ademide Adelusi-Adeluyi, University of California Riverside
Pascale Ghazale, American University in Cairo
Yunus Ugur, Istanbul Sehir University
João Júlio Gomes dos Santos Júnior, State University of Ceará
Cyrus Shayegh, The Graduate Institute Geneva
Gergely Baics, Columbia University
Stefan Couperus, Reiksuniversiteit Groningen
Rasmus Elling, University of Copenhagen
Bronwen Everill, University of Cambridge
Anindita Ghosh, University of Manchester
Prashant Kidambi, University of Leicester
Eliana Hamdie Murchie, Massachusetts Institute of Technology,
   Global Architectural History Teaching Collaborative
Eric Beverley, University at Stony Brook SUNY
Christian Schmid, ETH Zürich
Isabella Jackson, Trinity College Dublin
Seamus O’Hanlon, Monash University
Anna Ross, Warwick University
Michael Smith, University of Arizona
Carl Abbott, Portland State University
Coll Thrush, University of British Columbia
Richard Harris, McMaster University
Joseph Heathcott, New School
Toby Lincoln, Leicester University
Gary McDonogh, Bryn Mawr College
Margaret O’Mara, University of Washington
Eric Ross, Al Akhawayn University
Emiliano De Antuñano Villareal, University of California San Diego
Andrew Sandoval-Strausz, Penn State University
Thomas J. Sugrue, New York University


Interested in working with a dynamic team of fellow scholars to develop the Project?

If so, GUHP is interested in you! The Board and the IAC are both works in progress. We invite
all scholars with a passionate interest in the field to send ideas to Carl Nightingale at cn6@buffalo.edu. The Board has a special interest in recruiting leadership from scholars who work in universities in Asia, Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean, and the Pacific.


Financial Support for the Global Urban History Project


GUHP is a project of the Rowboat Family Foundation which has generously supported its start-up costs and early organizational development.

In addition, GUHP thanks Dean Robin Schulze of the University at Buffalo College of Arts and Sciences for making the services of our Graduate Assistant and Editor of "Noteworthy in Global Urban History," Guangzhi Huang, available to the Project during 2017-18.

The Latin American Studies Program of Ohio University has also supported a Research Assistant to help us compile GUHP's Bibliography Project.