Paige Glotzer’s book Receives Honorable Mention from the International Planning History Society

Paige Glotzer headshotCongratulations to Professor Paige Glotzer, whose 2020 book How the Suburbs Were Segregated: Developers and the Business of Exclusionary Housing, 1890-1960 (Columbia University Press) has received an honorable mention from the International Planning History Society for its First Book Prize. The First Book Prize is awarded to the most innovative book in planning history that is based on original new research and published between 2020-2021.

How The Suburbs Were Segregated has also received the Lewis Mumford Prize from the Society for American City and Reginal Planning, the 2021 Kenneth Jackson Award for Best Book in North American History, and was a finalist for the 2021 Hagley Prize in Business History.