Visiting Assistant Professor – Architectural History – (ADJ000368)

first_imgVisiting Assistant Professor: History and Theory of Architectureand DesignJob Schedule: Full-timeVisiting Assistant Professor – Architectural HistoryDescription:The Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture and Design at theUniversity of Houston seeks a Visiting Assistant Professor in theHistory and Theory of Architecture and Design for the 2020-2021academic year.The teaching load for this position will be 2/2, including bothlower-division surveys in the global history of architecture anddesign from antiquity to the early modern period (pre-1750),drawing on the candidate’s broad areas of expertise, andspecialized upper-division courses of the candidate’s design. Weseek a design historian who can teach a range of classes, which mayencompass any of the following, according to the candidate’sspecialty: Global History of the Built Environment, History andTheory of Design Media, Islamic Architecture and Urbanism, LatinAmerican Architecture and Urbanism, African and African DiasporaArchitecture and Urbanism, Asian Architecture and Urbanism,American Architecture and Urbanism, and/or Special Topics in thecandidate’s area of specialty.Priority Deadline:March 23, 2020All applications should include:Cover letter and CVOne example of published workTitles and brief descriptions of 2-3 courses the candidate couldoffer, including an undergraduate survey in the global history ofarchitecture and design from antiquity to the early modern period(pre-1750).Contact information for 3 references including phone number andemail address.Qualifications:The ideal candidate will have a Ph.D. in Architectural History andsome teaching experience at the college level. ABD candidates withteaching experience at the college level will also beconsidered.Notes to Applicant:Official transcripts are required for a faculty appointment andwill be requested upon selection of the final candidate. Allpositions at the university are security sensitive and will requirea criminal history check.For further information or questions please contact Michael Kubo,Assistant Professor and Program Coordinator for History, Theory,and Criticism at [email protected] position carries full benefits. Application review will beginMarch 23, 2020 and will continue until the position is filled. Thesuccessful applicant is expected to start in mid-August 2020.For more information about the Gerald D. Hines College ofArchitecture and Design, please visit: www.arch.uh.edu.The University of Houston, with one of the most diverse studentbodies in the nation, seeks to recruit and retain a diversecommunity of scholars. The University of Houston is responsive tothe needs of dual career couples.The University of Houston is an Equal Opportunity/AffirmativeAction institution. Individuals from historically underrepresentedgroups, including persons of color, women, persons withdisabilities, and protected veterans, are encouraged toapply.Qualifications :Qualifications:The ideal candidate will have a Ph.D. in Architectural History andsome teaching experience at the college level. ABD candidates withteaching experience at the college level will also beconsidered.Notes to Applicant: All applications should include: Coverletter and CV One example of published work Titles and briefdescriptions of 2-3 courses the candidate could offer, including anundergraduate survey in the global history of architecture anddesign from antiquity to the early modern period (pre-1750).Contact information for 3 references including phone number andemail address. Thank you for your interest in afaculty position at the University of Houston. Please know that theUniversity has implemented a temporary pause on all facultyrecruitment activity. We are currently not accepting any newapplications.last_img

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