Kea Professors

Paul H. Kea, one of the first two licensed architects in Maryland, and his wife Grace established the Kea Distinguished Professorship in Architecture in 1967. This professorship has played an important role in the School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation by recognizing eminent practitioners and scholars. Kea Professors serve as critics and lecturers in the Architecture Program. They bring unique perspectives from practice and/or academia that enhance the academic experiences of students and faculty colleagues.

Cory Henry (2021)
Marques King (2021)
Zena Howard (2020)
Cory Henry (2020)
Marques King (2020)
Antonio Pietro Latini (2019)
Pablo Guiraldes (2019)
Zena Howard (2019)
Michael Marshall (2018) 
Andrea Ponsi (2017)
Suzane Reatig (2016)
Albert Rubeling (2016)
Jordan Goldstein (2015)
Sylvia Smith (2014)
Philip G. Freelon (2013)
Craig Spangler (2012)
Dan Solomon (2012)
Dan Brodkin (2011)
Gregory Giammalvo (2011)
George Hartman (2011)
William Bechhoefer (2010)
Colden Florance (2010)
Adam Gross (2010)
Steve Ziger (2009)
Frances Halsband (2009)
Filippo Caprioglio (2008)
Eric Naslund (2008)
William Bechhoefer (2008)
Amy Weinstein (2005)
Gary Bowden (2005)
Eric Naslund (2004)
Harold Adams (2004)
Andrea Leers (2003)
Mark McInturff (2003)
David Miller (2002)
Brian McKay-Lyons (2001)
Attilo Petruccioli (2000)
Frances Halsband (2000)
Robert Allies (1999)
Alan Chimacoff (1997)
Brian Shea (1996)
Barbara Littenberg (1991)
Anthony Ames (1990)
Simon Ungers (1990)
Mark Simon (1989)
Roberto Behar (1989)
Jonathan Barnett (1988)
Lucien Kroll (1987)
Peter Bohlin  (1987)
Antoine Predock (1981)
Michael Graves (1980)
Steven K. Peterson (1979)
Colin Rowe (1978)
Peter D. Eisenman (1977)
Paul Rudolph (1977)
Joseph Zalewski (1976)
Donlyn Lyndon (1975)
Carles E. Vallhonrat (1974)
George B. Hartman, Jr. (1973)
Joseph Passonneau (1972)
B. Frank Schlesinger (1972)
Charles Moore (1971)
William Murtagh (1969)