Paul Andrija Ranogajec is an art and architectural historian with a Ph.D. from the City University of New York. His writing covers architecture, urban design, and the visual arts from the Renaissance to the present, with special focus on the nineteenth century.

Paul’s research interests include the relation of architecture and urbanism to citizenship; connections between architecture and rhetoric; the tradition of classicism; art and public space; and conceptions of nature, naturalism, ecology, and environment in architecture. He works at the Open Society Foundations.