Professor of Architecture, College of Architecture, University of Kentucky
Berlin Prize Fellow - Class of Spring 2003
Wallis Miller received a PhD in Architectural History from Princeton University, an M.Arch. from Columbia University, and a BA from Yale University. Her research focuses on the public perception of architecture, particularly the public reaction to modernism, and her case studies are primarily exhibitions. She has written about the 1987 International Building Exhibition in Berlin, about the renovations to Schinkel’s Neue Wache, and, for the catalogue Mies in Berlin, about Mies and exhibitions. From 1990-1993, she lived in Berlin, doing research for her dissertation on the 1931 German Building Exhibition held in Berlin.
She is currently the Charles P. Graves Associate Professor of Architecture at the University of Kentucky, where she teaches courses in the College of Architecture and the Gaines Center for the Humanities.