Pap Ndiaye Visiting Professor

Pap Ndiaye is Roberta Buffett Visiting Professor of International Studies at Northwestern University for the Fall Quarter. His permanent position is at Sciences Po in Paris, France. He has recently published books on the history and social conditition of French Blacks (La condition noire, Gallimard 2009), on the history of Chicago (Histoire de Chicago, Fayard 2013), and in 2018 will be publishing a Global History of the Civil Rights Movement. Ndiaye writes regularly for French newspapers including Le Monde and Libération.

Publications

  • Du nylon et des bombes. Du Pont, l'État et le marché, 1900-1970, Paris, Belin, 2001, 400 p. published in English by Johns Hopkins University Press (Nylon and Bombs. DuPont and the March of Modern America, 2007).
  • La Condition noire. Essai sur une minorité française, Paris, Calmann-Lévy, 2008 and Folio Gallimard 2009, 436 p.
  • Les Noirs américains. En marche pour l'égalité, Paris, Gallimard, collection "Découvertes", 2009, 252 p. Translated in Japanese.
  • Histoire de Chicago, Paris, Fayard, 2013, 516 p. (with Andrew Diamond).
  • Histoire des droits civiques au 20e siècle (Gallimard, to be published in 2018).