Eve Blau

Eve
Blau

Adjunct Professor of the History of Urban Form, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University

Executive Committee,
Faculty Associate
Expertise
History and theory of modern architecture, urban design, and planning;
urbanism after socialism in Central and Eastern Europe and Eurasia;
transparency and other issues in architectural representation.
Current Project
Reconceptualizing the Urban: Interdisciplinary Study of Urban Environments, Societies, and Cultures (co-principal investigator of the Harvard Mellon Urban Initiative, 2013-2017)
Foreign Language

Education

Ph.D.
, History of Architecture
, Yale University
Selected Publications

Baku: Oil and Urbanism (Lars Müller Publisher, 2015)  Rotes Wien: Architektur 1919-1934. Stadt-Raum-Politik. (Birkhäuser, 2014)

"Baku: Oil City in the New Europe" in In the Life of Cities, ed. Mohsen Mostafavi (Lars Müller Publisher, 2012).

Project Zagreb: Transition as Condition, Strategy, Practice, with Ivan Rupnik (Actar, 2007).

The Architecture of Red Vienna, 1919–1934 (The MIT Press, 1999).

Specialization
Telephone
617-496-0170