Professor and Department Head

Contact info

Office:
207 Geography-Geology Bldg, 210 Field Street, Athens, Georgia 30602, Room 207
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Research Interests:

Urban, Race and Racialization, Inequality, Housing, Labor, Urban Nature

Education:
  • PhD (1993), University of Wisconsin - Madison Geography (Sociology minor)
  • MA (1988), University of Georgia Geography
  • BA (1984), California State University Geography
Grants:

External Sources:

“Community Context and Violence: African American Youth Transitioning to Adulthood,” 2009-2012, Co-Investigator (with Ronald Simons, Principle Investigator & Leslie Simons, Co-Investigator), Competitive Cooperative Agreement with Centers for Disease Control, $1,049,978.

“Collaborative Research: The Mixed-Race Household in Residential Space: Neighborhood Context, Segregation, and Multiracial Identities, 1990-2000,” 2004-2009, Collaborating Principle Investigator (with Mark Ellis & Richard Wright), National Science Foundation, $324,764 (UGA portion: $131,950).

“Sociocultural and Community Risk and Protective Factors for Child Maltreatment and Youth Violence,” 2004-2009, Co-Investigator (with Ronald Simons, Principle Investigator, Leslie Simons, Gene Brody, Velma McBride-Murry, Frederick Gibbons and Thomas McNulty, Co-Investigators), Competitive Cooperative Agreement with Centers for Disease Control, $1,978,700.

“Hispanic Engagement with the Environment,” 2004-2006, Collaborating PI (with Hilda Kurtz & Cassandra Johnson), Cooperative Agreement with US Forest Service, $37,800 (w/ $3,780 supplement).

“‘Marrying Out’ and Fitting In: Interracial Households, Residential Segregation, and the Identity of Multiracial Children,” 2001-2004, Collaborating Principle Investigator (with Mark Ellis & Richard Wright), Russell Sage Foundation, $294,767.

“FHA, Neighborhood Dynamics, and Housing Market Segmentation,” 2000-2001, Contributing Investigator, with Elvin K. Wyly (PI) & Bradley Scriber, Ford Foundation (#1005-1398), $54,751.

“The Top Ten Neighborhoods for Affordable Homeownership,” 2000, Contributing Investigator, with Elvin K. Wyly (PI), Thomas J. Cooke, & Daniel J. Hammel, Fannie Mae Foundation, $25,000.

“Expanding Mortgage and Homeownership Opportunities III: The Color of Money Revisited,” 1998-1999, Contract Investigator for David Listokin (PI) & Elvin K. Wyly (Co-PI), Fannie Mae Foundation.

Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Awards:

Doctoral Dissertation Research: “Defining Racial Identity and Addressing Hunger through Black Religious Food Programs,” 2009-2011 with Hilda Kurtz (co-advisor) & Priscilla McCutcheon (student Co-PI), National Science Foundation, $12,000.

Doctoral Dissertation Research: “Prisoner Location and the Decennial Census,” 2007-2009, with Matthew Mitchelson (student Co-PI), National Science Foundation, $12,000.

Doctoral Dissertation Research: “Sweet Auburn: Contesting the Racial Identity of Atlanta's Historically Significant African American Neighborhood,” 2005-2007, with Joshua Inwood (student Co-PI), National Science Foundation, $10,236.

Doctoral Dissertation Research: “Situating Multiethnic Racial Identity in Neighborhood Contexts: White/Mexican Mixed-Race Families in Los Angeles,” 2004-2006, with Margaret A. Hudson (student Co-PI), National Science Foundation, $12,000.

Doctoral Dissertation Research: “The Power of Place: Ethnic Urban Geographies and the Negotiation of Central American Immigrant Identities in Atlanta, GA.,” 2004-2006, with Robert Yarbrough (student Co-PI), National Science Foundation, $12,000.

Internal Sources:

“Faith and Neighborhood Change in the American City,” 2013, Provost Summer Research Grant, University of Georgia, $5,000.

“Proposal to Study Child & Family Science as a Second Discipline,” 2004-2005, Study in a Second Discipline Program, University of Georgia, $20,000 to home department for 4-course teaching release.

“Constructing Racial and Spatial Identities: Residential Choice by Interracial Couples,” 2000, Mentoring Fellowship Program, Institute for Behavioral Research, University of Georgia, $3,000.

“Conflicted Racial and Spatial Identities: Neighborhood Choice and Settlement Patterns for Interracial Couples in Los Angeles, CA,” 2000, Faculty Research Grant, University of Georgia Research Foundation, $5,175.

“Public Housing and the Neighborhood Distribution of Crime in Atlanta, Georgia,” 1998, Collaborating PI with Thomas L. McNulty, M. G. Michael Award, University of Georgia, $2,500.

“The Effect of Adolescent Neighborhood Poverty on Adult Employment,” 1997, PI with Stephen Mulherin, Center for Labor Research, OSU, $20,603.

“Lending Institutions and the Community: An Analysis of Mortgage Lending in Columbus, Ohio,” 1996, Committee on Urban Affairs and the Urban Assistance Program, OSU, $20,000.

Small Grant, 1994, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, OSU, $1,000.

“Race and Redlining: A Contextual Analysis of Mortgage Lending Discrimination in Ohio's Metropolitan Areas,” 1994, PI with Mark Listermann, Committee on Urban Affairs and the Urban Assistance Program, OSU, $19,915.

“Metropolitan Spatial Structure and the Employment of Male Youths,” 1994, Center for Labor Research, OSU, $19,426.

“Metropolitan Economic Structure and the Earnings of Male Youths,” 1994, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, OSU, $15,304.

Of note:

Online Learning Fellow, Center for Teaching & Learning, University of Georgia (2013)

Innovation in Multicultural Curriculum Award, Franklin College of Arts & Sciences, University of Georgia (2013-2014)

Benjamin And Louise Carroll Distinguished Visiting Professor In Urban Studies, University of Oregon (2009)

Fellow, Institute for Behavioral Research, University of Georgia (2001-present)

Fellow, Study in a Second Discipline Program, University of Georgia (2004-2005)

Mentoring Fellow, Institute for Behavioral Research, University of Georgia (2001-2002)

M.G. Michael Fellow, University of Georgia (1998)

Dissertator Fellow, University of Wisconsin - Madison (1992)

Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation Fellow, University of Wisconsin - Madison (1989)

Selected Publications:

Books

  • Kaplan, David H.; Holloway, Steven R., and Wheeler, James O., 2014. Urban Geography, 3rd edition (in contract) New York: John Wiley & Sons
  • Kaplan, David H.; Wheeler, James O.; and Holloway, Steven R., 2008. Urban Geography, 2nd edition New York: John Wiley & Sons
  • Kaplan, David H.; Wheeler, James O.; and Holloway, Steven R., 2004. Urban Geography, New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
  • Kaplan, David H., and Holloway, Steven R., 1998. Segregation in Cities Washington DC: Association of American Geographers.

Chapters in Books

  • Wright, Richard, Mark Ellis & Steven R. Holloway. 2014. “Neighborhood Racial Diversity And White Residential Segregation In The United States,” invited chapter in Social-Spatial Segregation: Concepts, Processes and Outcomes, edited by Christopher Lloyd, Ian Shuttleworth & David W. Wong, Policy Press, U.S. Distribution by University of Chicago Press.
  • Holloway, Steven R., Richard Wright and Mark Ellis. 2012. “Constructing Multiraciality In U.S. Families And Neighborhoods,” invited chapter in International Perspectives on Racial and Ethnic Mixedness and Mixing, edited by Suki Ali, Chamion Caballero, Rosalind Edwards and Miri Song, Routledge, an imprint of Taylor and Francis Books Ltd.
  • Wyly, Elvin K., Deborah G. Martin, Pablo Mendez*, and Steven R. Holloway. 2012 “Transnational Tense: Immigration and Inequality in American Housing Markets.” In Gideon Bolt, A. Sule Özuüekren, and Deborah Phillips, eds, Linking Integration and Residential Segregation. London: Routledge. [Reprint of 2010 Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies article.]

Entries in Encyclopedias and Handbooks

  • “Residential Segregation,” AAG International Encyclopedia of Geography, Wiley.

Guest Edited Journal Volumes

  • Pandit, Kavita, & Holloway, Steven R. , 2005. New Immigrant Geographies of United States Metropolitan Areas, Geographical Review, 95(2)

Articles in Peer-Reviewed Journals

  • Ellis, Mark, Richard Wright, Steven Holloway & Lee Fiorio*. 2017. “Remaking white residential segregation: metropolitan diversity and neighborhood change in the United States,” Urban Geography (Published online 8/16/2017 http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02723638.2017.1360039).
  • Ellis Mark, Richard Wright, Lee Fiorio*, & Steven Holloway. 2017. "Predicting neighborhood racial change in large US metropolitan areas, 1990-2010," Environment & Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science (Published online 12/8/2017 DOI: 10.1177/2399808317744558).
  • Claire Bolton* & Steve Holloway. 2015.“Exclusion, Segregation, and Exploitation: The Limited Impacts of Civil Rights Housing Legislation,” essay part of Intervention:
    • Caroline Nagel, Josh Inwood, Derek Alderman, Ujju Aggarwald, Claire Bolton, Steve Holloway, Richard Wright, Mark Ellis, Priscilla McCutcheon, Katherine Hankins, Andy Walter, Kate Derickson 2015. “The Legacies of the U.S. Civil Rights Act, Fifty Years On,” Political Geography, 48:162-63. DOI:10.1016/j.polgeo.2015.06.004.
  • Richard A. Wright, Steven R. Holloway & Mark Ellis. 2015. “Loving’s Legacies,” essay part of Intervention:
    • Caroline Nagel, Josh Inwood, Derek Alderman, Ujju Aggarwald, Claire Bolton, Steve Holloway, Richard Wright, Mark Ellis, Priscilla McCutcheon, Katherine Hankins, Andy Walter, Kate Derickson 2015. “The Legacies of the U.S. Civil Rights Act, Fifty Years On,” Political Geography, 48:163-64. DOI:10.1016/j.polgeo.2015.06.004.
  • Shannon, Jerry, Jung Sun Lee, Steven R. Holloway, Arvine Brown & Jennifer Bell*. 2015. “Evaluating the relationship between urban environment and food security in Georgia’s older population,” Applied Geography, 60:224-229. DOI: 10.1016/j.apgeog.2014.10.013.
  • Wright, Richard, Mark Ellis, Steven R. Holloway & Sandy Wong. 2013. “Patterns of Racial Diversity and Segregation in the United States: 1990-2010,” invited contribution for The Professional Geographer included in a special FOCUS section on Diversity, Inclusion and Participation in Geography.
  • Wright, Richard, Steven R. Holloway & Mark Ellis. 2013. “Gender and the neighborhood location of mixed-race couples,” Demography 50(2):393-420. (DOI: 10.1007/s13524-012-0158-0).
  • Chipman, Jonathan, Richard Wright, Mark Ellis & Steven R. Holloway. 2012. “Mapping the evolution of racially mixed and segregated neighborhoods in Chicago,” Journal of Maps (DOI:10.1080/17445647.2012.740431).
  • Ellis, Mark, Steven R. Holloway, Richard Wright & Christopher S. Fowler. 2012. “Agents of Change: Mixed-Race Households and the Dynamics of Neighborhood Segregation in the United States,” Annals of the AAG, 102(3):549-570.
  • Holloway, Steve R., Richard Wright & Mark Ellis. 2012. “The Racially Fragmented City? Neighborhood Racial Segregation and Diversity Jointly Considered,” Professional Geographer, 64(1): 63-82.
  • Wright, Richard, Steven Holloway & Mark Ellis. 2011. “Reconsidering both Diversity and Segregation: A Reply to Poulsen, Johnston and Forrest, and to Peach,” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 37(1): 167-176.
  • Wright, Richard, Mark Ellis & Steven Holloway. 2011. “Where Black-White Couples Live,” Urban Geography, 32(1): 1-22.
  • Wyly, Elvin K., Martin, Deborah G., Mendez, Pablo, & Holloway, Steven R. 2010. “Transnational Tense:  Immigration and Inequality in American Housing Markets,” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 36(2): 187-208.
  • Holloway, Steven R., Richard Wright, Mark Ellis & Margaret East. 2009. “Place, Scale, and the Racial Claims made by White-Minority Parents for their Multiracial Children in the 1990 Census,” Ethnic & Racial Studies, 32(3): 522-547.
  • Ellis, Mark, Steven R. Holloway, Richard Wright & Margaret East. 2007. “The Effects of Mixed-Race Households on Residential Segregation,” Urban Geography, 28(6): 554-577.
  • Pandit, Kavita, & Holloway, Steven R. 2005. “New Immigrant Geographies of United States Metropolitan Areas,” Geographical Review, 95(2): iii-vi (introduction to special issue).
  • Houston, Serin, Wright, Richard, Ellis, Mark, Holloway, Steven, & Hudson, Margaret. 2005. “Places of Possibility: Where Mixed-Race Partners Meet,” Progress in Human Geography, 29(6): 700-717.
  • Holloway, Steven R., Ellis, Mark, Wright, Richard, & Hudson, Margaret A. 2005. “Partnering “Out” and Fitting In: Residential Segregation and the Neighborhood Contexts of Mixed-Race Households,” Population, Space & Place, 11(4): 299-324.
  • Martin, Deborah G. & Holloway, Steven R. 2005. “Organizing Diversity: Scales of Demographic Change and Neighborhood Organizing in St. Paul, MN,” Environment and Planning, A, 37(6):1091-1112.
  • Holloway, Steven R., & Mulherin, Stephen. 2004. “The Effect of Adolescent Neighborhood Poverty on Adult Employment,” Journal of Urban Affairs, 26(4): 427-454.
  • Holloway, Steven R. & McNulty, Thomas L. 2003. “Contingent Urban Geographies of Violent Crime: Racial Segregation and the Impact of Public Housing in Atlanta, GA,” Urban Geography: 24(3):187-211.
  • Wright, Richard A., Houston, Serin, Ellis, Mark, Holloway, Steven, & Hudson, Margaret. 2003. “Crossing Racial Lines: Geographies of Mixed-Race Partnering and Multiraciality in the United States,” Progress in Human Geography, 27(4): 457-474.
  • Holloway, Steven R. & Wyly, Elvin K. 2002. “Empirical Destabilization of Racial Categories: Implications for Civil Rights Enforcement in Mortgage Lending,” The Review of Black Political Economy, 30(1): 57-89.
  • Wyly, Elvin, & Holloway, Steven R. 2002. “Invisible Cities: Geography and the Disappearance of ‘Race’ from Mortgage Lending Data in the USA” Social and Cultural Geography, 3(3):247-282.
  • Wyly, Elvin, & Holloway, Steven R. 2002. “The Disappearance of Race in Mortgage Lending,” Economic Geography, 78(2):129-169.
  • Holloway, Steven R. & Wyly, Elvin K. 2001. “The Color of Money Extended: Geographic Contingency and Race in Atlanta,” Journal of Housing Research, 12(1):55-90.
  • Kaplan, David H., & Holloway, Steven R. 2001. “Scaling Ethnic Segregation: Causal Processes and Contingent Outcomes in Chinese Residential Patterns” GeoJournal, 53(1):59-70.
  • Wyly, Elvin K., Cooke, Thomas J., Hammel, Daniel J., Holloway, Steven R., & Hudson, Margaret. 2001. “LMI Lending in Context: Progress Report on the Neighborhood Impacts of Home Ownership Policy” Housing Policy Debate, 12(1):87-127.
  • Holloway, Steven R. 2000. “Identity, Contingency, and the Urban Geography of ‘Race’,” Social and Cultural Geography, 1(2):197-208.
  • McNulty, Thomas L., & Holloway, Steven R. 2000. “Race, Crime, and Public Housing in Atlanta: Testing a Conditional Effects Hypothesis,” Social Forces, 79(2):707-729.
  • Holloway, Steven R., Bryan, Deborah, Chabot, Robert, Rogers, Donna M., & Rulli, James. 1999. “Race, Scale, and the Concentration of Poverty in Columbus, Ohio, 1980 to 1990,” Urban Geography, 20(6):534-551.
  • Wyly, Elvin K., & Holloway, Steven R. 1999. “The Color of Money Revisited: Racial Lending Patterns in Atlanta’s Neighborhoods,” Housing Policy Debate, 10(3):555-600.
  • Holloway, Steven R. 1998. “Exploring the Neighborhood Contingency of Race Discrimination in Mortgage Lending in Columbus, Ohio,” Annals of the AAG, 88(2):252-276.
  • Holloway, Steven R., Bryan, Deborah, Chabot, Robert, Rogers, Donna M., & Rulli, James. 1998. “Exploring the Effect of Public Housing on the Concentration of Poverty in Columbus, Ohio,” Urban Affairs Review, 33(6):767-789.
  • Holloway, Steven R.  1998. “Labor Demand, Metropolitan Context, and Male Youths' Activity Strategies,” Urban Geography, 19(7):591-612.
  • Holloway, Steven R. 1998. “Male Youth Activities and Metropolitan Context,” Environment and Planning A, 30(3):385-399.
  • Holloway, Steven R. 1998. “The Role of Residential Location in Conditioning the Effect of Metropolitan Economic Structure on Male Youth Employment,” The Professional Geographer, 50(1):31-45.
  • Holloway, Steven R. 1996. “Job Accessibility and Male Teenage Employment, 1980 - 1990: The Declining Significance of Space?,” The Professional Geographer. 48(4):445-58.
  • Holloway, Steven R., & Bawden, Timothy. 1992. “Regional Convergence in Nonmetropolitan Industrialization?  Georgia and Wisconsin, 1984-1989,” Southeastern Geographer, 32:113-37.
  • Holloway, Steven R., & Pandit, Kavita. 1992. “The Disparity Between the Level of Economic Development and Human Welfare,” The Professional Geographer, 44(1):57-71.
  • Holloway, Steven R., & Wheeler, James O. 1991. “Corporate Headquarters Relocation and Changes in Metropolitan Corporate Dominance, 1980-1987,” Economic Geography, 67(1):54-74.
  • Holloway, Steven R. 1990. “Urban Economic Structure and the Urban Underclass: An Examination of Two Problematic Social Phenomena,” Urban Geography, 11(4):319-46.