Professor /Associate Professor of Architecture History (Monash University, Melbourne) Due 10 April 2016

The Department of Architecture at Monash University (Melbourne, Australia) seeks a Professor /Associate Professor of Architecture History.
Reporting to the Head of Department, the Professor/Associate Professor will lead the development of history research themes and capabilities to complement the department’s mission and will demonstrate the capacity to contribute to contemporary debates, relevant cultural issues, and emerging pedagogies.
Candidates must have a PhD in architecture or a related field and demonstrate excellence in architecture history scholarship evinced by an outstanding track record of success in competitive research funding schemes and high-esteem, internationally recognised scholarly publications.
The department is an internationally networked, creative community of practitioners, educators and researchers engaged with the shifting landscapes of the discipline, and the changing role of the architect as designer, persuasive collaborator and visionary mediator. The department strives to be innovative and relevant to contemporary culture and encourages interdisciplinary connections through design-based teaching and research as well as traditional scholarship.
Duration:  Continuing appointment
Closing date: Applications close Sunday 10 April 2016.
Enquiries:  Professor Diego Ramirez-Lovering, Head, Department of Architecture,  +61 3 9903 4138

To view detailed Position Descriptions and to submit an application, please visit:

http://www.jobs-monash.jxt.net.au/

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Your application must address the selection criteria.  Please refer to “How to apply for a Senior Academic Position“.
*The University reserves the right to appoint by invitation.

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