A gallery space with architecture models.
Charles Parker Graves Endowed Associate Professor
Wallis Miller is the Charles P. Graves Associate Professor of Architecture. She teaches courses in the history and theory of architecture, ranging from lectures on modern and contemporary architecture to seminars on architecture exhibitions and architecture and war. Miller is also a member of the faculty at the Gaines Center for the Humanities, where she teaches a seminar section on monuments and memorials. She specializes in 19th and 20th Century German and European architecture. Her writing includes “Exhibitions, Objects and the Emergence of Modernism in Germany,” “Schinkel’s Museums” and “Mies and Exhibitions,” for the exhibition “Mies in Berlin” at the Museum of Modern Art, and she is the co-editor with Mari Lending, Thordis Arrhenius and Jérémie McGowan of Place and Displacement: Exhibiting Architecture. Her forthcoming book, Architecture on Display: Exhibitions and the Emergence of Modernism in Germany, discusses the formative role of exhibitions in shaping modern architecture.