JOB: Lecturer in Architectural Humanities. University of Sheffield

Job: Lecturer in Architectural Humanities. University of Sheffield

University of Sheffield – Faculty of Social Sciences: School of Architecture
The Sheffield School of Architecture is making a strong commitment to strengthening disciplines and increasing its research profile, leadership, and learning and teaching through investment in key areas. As part of this investment we wish to recruit an exceptional candidate for a fixed term Lecturer post in Architectural Humanities – an area in which Sheffield has a long and strong academic tradition. You will have an excellent research track record of high-quality publications (on track to be submitted to REF 2021), and will have developed your own research themes. As a future member of Space, Cultures and Politics (SCP) research group, which hosts established researchers in Architectural Humanities, you will be working closely with colleagues to develop the international research standing of the School.
You will possess a PhD (or have equivalent relevant experience) in Architectural Humanities or a closely allied subject, and will be able to demonstrate a rising academic trajectory, a broad portfolio of research activity and a strong record of research publications commensurate with your level of experience. You will also have, experience or interest in delivering research-led learning and teaching and the ability to manage and enhance a teaching programme. The School of Architecture is particularly interested in applicants with expertise in one or more of the following:

  • Design research, understanding the processes, speculative methods and reflective practices of design
  • Humanities approaches to sustainability, climate change and urban transformation
  • Interdisciplinary innovation in architecture and urban studies.

For more information and applying please follow this link.
Application deadline: 20 May 2019.

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