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Caroline R. Nagel

Director of Graduate Studies
Associate Professor
Ph.D., University Colorado-Boulder, 1998

Department of Geography
Callcott, Room 106
Columbia, SC 29208
Phone: (803) 777-4970   Fax: (803) 777-4972
email: cnagel@mailbox.sc.edu
Personal Web Site

Areas of Interest

Migration and transnationalism
Citizen and identity
Islam and religion
Urban geography

Recent Publications
Nagel, C. and Staeheli, L. (2010).  ICT and geographies of British Arab and Arab American activism, Global Networks.

Nagel, C. (2009).  Rethinking geographies of assimilation (commentary), The Professional Geographer, 61(3): 400-407.

Staeheli, L., Mitchell, D., and Nagel, C. (2009).  Making publics:  immigrants, regimes of publicity and entry to ‘the public’, Environment and Planning D, 27: 633-648

Nagel, C. and Staeheli, L. (2008).  Integration and the negotiation of ‘here’ and ‘there’: the case of British Arab activists, Social and Cultural Geography.

Staeheli, L. and Nagel, C. (2008).  Re-thinking security: perspectives from Arab American and British Arab activists, Antipode.

Nagel, C. and Staeheli, L. (2008).  To be or not to be ‘British Muslim’:  British Arab perspectives on religion, politics, and ‘the public’, in P. Hopkins and R. Gale

not to be ‘British Muslim’:  British Arab perspectives on religion, politics, and ‘the public’, in P. Hopkins and R. Gale 197-210,
(eds.), Muslims in Britain: Race, Place, Identities, Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh Press.

Nagel, C. and Staeheli, L. (2008).  Being visible and invisible: integration from the perspective of British Arab activists, in C. Dwyer and C. Bressey (eds.), New Geographies of Race and Racism, Ashgate.

Staeheli, L. and Nagel, C. (2006).  Topographies of home and citizenship:  Arab American activists, Environment and Planning A, 38(9): 1599-1614

Nagel, C. and Staeheli, L. (2005)  ‘We’re just like the Irish’: narratives of Studies, 9(5): 485-498.

Nagel, C. (2005).  Skilled migration in global cities from ‘other’ perspectives: British Arabs, identity politics, and local embeddedness, Geoforum , 36 (Spring)

Falah, G. and Nagel, C. (eds.) (2005), Geographies of Muslim Women: Gender, Religion, and Space, New York: Guilford Press.

Teaching

Geography of Europe
City Spaces, Local Places
Migration and Globalization
Graduate Seminar in Political Geography
Global Geopolitics (starting Spring 2010)

Current Grad Students:

John Lauermann, Master's Candidate
Byron Smith, Master's Candidate
Andrew Cockram, Master's Candidate

 

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