Emily Holloway

Emily Holloway is a master’s candidate in American studies at the City University of New York (CUNY) Graduate Center and holds an MS in urban policy and planning from Hunter College. Her research focus is on the politics of urban deindustrialization, land use, and neighborhood change. Currently a project coordinator with CUNY’s Brooklyn Waterfront Research Center, she has worked also as a policy research intern for the Bronx Community Development Initiative, the Urban Manufacturing Alliance, and Public Advocate Letitia James. She earned her BA in political science at Smith College.


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