JOB: Assistant Professor. University of Warwick, Coventry

JOB: Assistant Professor. University of Warwick, Coventry

The Department of History of Art at the University of Warwick seeks to recruit an outstanding scholar in any area of the history and theory of contemporary architecture as an assistant professor. Applicants must have a proven record of internationally recognized research. Applications from scholars with an interest in the history and theory of urbanism and sustainability are particularly welcome.
The successful applicant will contribute to undergraduate and postgraduate teaching, and to the recruitment of PhD students, as well as the administration of the department. He or she will also be expected to develop innovative research projects, to apply for grants in order to secure funding, and to undertake ambitious impact and public engagement activities.
The successful applicant will also be required to teach at BA and MA levels every other year in the Warwick in Venice programme (Palazzo Pesaro Papafava) during the Autumn term, and will be expected to develop research there, especially in relation to the Venice Biennale.
The full announcement is available here.
Informal inquiries should be made to Professor Lorenzo Pericolo (l.pericolo@warwick.ac.uk)
Applicants are requested to submit a covering letter, CV and sample of writing with their application by 9 November 2018. If the writing sample is available electronically please include the relevant web link in your covering letter.
Interview date: 5 December 2018.

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