JOB: Postdoctoral Research Fellow, the University of Queensland School of Architecture

JOB: Postdoctoral Research Fellow, the University of Queensland School of Architecture

The School of Architecture at the University of Queensland is seeking an engaged and innovative person to join its team. The School actively engages with a cross-section of industry partners, diverse communities and a range of professions so that our teaching and research is rich with impact beyond the University. The School works to enrich the local architecture profession and advance the discipline of architecture internationally.
The successful appointee will be responsible for collaborative and individual research within the aims of the ARC Discovery Project “Is Architecture Art? a history of categories concepts and recent practices. For more information on this project please visit
Applicants should be within five (5) years of completing a PhD with a research background in the history and theory of architecture or the visual arts; or, cultural policy/cultural economy.
More information and the full job description can be accessed here.
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