Max Holleran is a multidisciplinary urbanist, historian, and sociologist. He received his BA from Gallatin and his PhD in Sociology from NYU. His work focuses on the evolution of the European Union, urban planning policy, and the global tourism industry. His articles on post-socialist urban development have appeared in the British Journal of Sociology and City & Society. He has also written about design, European politics, and architecture for Avery Review, Boston Review, Contexts, Dissent, New Republic, OpenDemocracy, Public Books, and Slate.
Teaching and Research Interests
urban history and theory; European history, particularly the EU and nationalist politics, post-socialism, and Spain; urban design and city planning
B.A. Individualized Study, New York University, 2007 M.A. Sociology, New York University, 2012