David Schalliol teaches a wide variety of classes, from Urban Sociology to Sociological Theory. For the 2022-2023 academic year, he will be teaching Introduction to Sociology, Visual Sociology, and Urban Sociology. He is interested in the relationship between community, social structure, and place.
David is the author of Isolated Building Studies (UTAKATADO) and co-author, with Michael Carriere, of The City Creative (The University of Chicago Press). His work has been supported by institutions including the Graham Foundation and the European Union and featured in such publications as MAS Context, the Journal of Urban History, and The New York Times. He additionally exhibits widely, including in the Chicago Architectural Biennial, the Centre Régional de la Photographie Hauts-de-France, the International Documentary Filmfestival Amsterdam, and the Museum of Contemporary Photography.
David earned his bachelor’s degree from Kenyon College and his master’s and doctoral degrees from The University of Chicago. For more information about David and his work, please visit his website: http://davidschalliol.com.