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Emily Holloway

Associate Managing Editor
Urban Affairs Review

Emily Holloway is the Associate Managing Editor of Urban Affairs Review. She is also a PhD candidate in Urban Geography at Clark University. Her dissertation, “Domino in the Longue Durée (1791-1883): Racial Capitalism and the Urban Question,” reconstructs the prehistory of the Domino Sugar Refinery in Williamsburg, Brooklyn through the site’s connections to the Caribbean plantation complex. She has a master’s degree in Urban Policy and Planning from Hunter College and a bachelor’s degree in Government from Smith College. She worked for several years with various community development and urban research institutes in New York City, including the Bronx Cooperative Development Initiative and the Brooklyn Waterfront Research Center. Her work has been published in American Quarterly and Metropolitics.