JOBS: Posts In Architectural History Trinity College Dublin

Jobs: Posts In Architectural History Trinity College Dublin

CRAFTVALUE is a research project dedicated to a skills-based analysis of architecture in Britain and Ireland in the period 1680-1780. Funded by an Irish Research Council Advanced Laureate Award, it is led by Professor Christine Casey. Focused on the agency and impact of craftsmanship in early modern architecture, it will explore the interface between design and making across a range of media, analyse the reception of craftsmanship in the period and beyond, and document the achievement, maintenance and assessment of craft skills in early modern Britain and Ireland.
For the job descriptions, please follow the links below.
Phd Studentship (German Language)
Post-Doctoral Fellow 
Research Assistant
Assistant Professor In Architectural History

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