PhD Position: Designing embassies for middle powers: the architecture of Belgian and Dutch diplomacy in a globalizing world. KU Leuven

PhD Position: Designing embassies for middle powers: the architecture of Belgian and Dutch diplomacy in a globalizing world.

The research group Architecture, Interiority, Inhabitation (A2I) of the KU Leuven faculty and Department of Architecture is hiring 1 full-time PhD researcher for the project “Designing embassies for middle powers: the architecture of Belgian and Dutch diplomacy in a globalizing world.”
Applications have to be submitted online by 10 September 2017.
Please follow this link for all information on the project and the procedure.
Contact: Prof. dr. Fredie Floré fredie.flore@kuleuven.be  and Prof. dr. Anne-Francoise Morel annefrancoise.morel@kuleuven.be.

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