Luke Joyner


Luke Joyner is a teacher above all, having worked with every age from preschool to college at some point, including founding and directing education programs for youth in Chicago. He currently teaches architecture and urbanism not only as a lecturer at University of Chicago, but also to Chicago Public Schools students in intensive evening and summer programs. His interests include Chicago's common residential buildings, American vernacular architecture more generally, the relationship between small details of the built environment and their cities' wider evolution, narratives of the city in fiction and non-fiction, utopian and alternative urban plans, architectural drawing, and design education. He cares most about exploring places, and his studio classes always require a healthy amount of exploration. He received his Masters in Urban Design from CUNY in 2014.


Niall Atkinson
Niall Atkinson
Medieval and Renaissance Architecture and Urban History
Department Chair
CWAC 260
Seth Estrin
Seth Estrin
Ancient Greek Art and Archaeology
MAPH Art History Advisor
CWAC 264
Wei-Cheng Lin
Wei-Cheng Lin
Chinese Art and Architecture
Architectural Studies Advisor
CWAC 268
Iowa State University
Assistant Professor, East Asian Art and Architecture
Potters Wheel
Richard Neer
Ancient Greek Art and Architecture
CWAC 259
Andrei Pop
Andrei Pop
Modern Art and Aesthetics
1130 East 59th Street
Megan Sullivan
Megan Sullivan
Modern and Contemporary Latin American Art
CWAC 272