Eve Blau is adjunct professor of the history of urban form at the Graduate School of Design at Harvard. She teaches courses on urban history and theory, modern architecture, urban form, and issues of representation. Her publications include Project Zagreb: Transition as Condition, Strategy, Practice (2007), Urban Form: Städtebau in der postfordistischen Gesellschaft (2003), The Architecture of Red Vienna, 1919–1934 (1999), and Shaping the Great City: Modern Architecture in Central Europe, 1890–1937 (1999). Her current research is concerned with urbanism after socialism in Europe. In addition, she is directing a research project on “Baku: Oil and Urbanism.” Another focus of research is transparency and modernity, examining experimentalist practices in twentieth-century architecture and urbanism.