University of Thessaly
National Technical University of Athens
PhD McGill University
Angeliki Sioli, PhD, is an assistant professor of architecture at Louisiana State University and a licensed architect in Greece. She obtained her professional diploma in architecture from the University of Thessaly, Greece, and was granted a post-professional master’s in architectural theory and history by the National Technical University of Athens. She completed her Doctor of Philosophy in the history and theory of architecture at McGill University. Sioli has worked as a professional architect and designer on projects ranging from residential and office buildings to the design of small-scale objects and books. Her research seeks connections between architecture and literature in the public realm of the early 20th-century European city, focusing on aspects of embodied perception of place in the urban environment. Her research on architecture, literature, and pedagogy has been published in a number of books and presented at interdisciplinary conferences. She co-organized the International Architectural Symposium Reading Architecture; literary imagination and architectural experience in Athens in June 2015. Sioli has taught both undergraduate and graduate courses at McGill University and Tec de Monterrey, Campus Puebla in Mexico.
ARCH 1001 Architecture Design I
ARCH 2401 Appreciation of Architecture
ARCH 7008 Contemporary Architecture History/Theory