Application deadline:

December 4, 2023

Art History-Architecture-Tenure Track Assistant Professor

United States

The Art History Department of Emory University seeks to expand and diversify its department through the hire of a full-time tenure track position in Architectural Design and History/Theory at the rank of Assistant Professor. The department is seeking an architect-scholar to teach design studios and seminars to expand and shape the Department’s burgeoning non-professional Architectural Studies undergraduate program. The department is particularly interested in individuals whose research-based creative practices aspire to push the boundaries of the field and that engage with vital concerns across Emory such as economic, environmental, and/or social justice. MArch or equivalent and PhD in Architecture or allied field are required. The candidate should demonstrate an established record of excellence in scholarship and teaching and should demonstrate a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Applications should be submitted via Interfolio and should include: letter of application outlining research and design agendas as well as approaches to teaching; CV; diversity statement; names and email addresses of three references; a focused selection of research/design work (up to 10 page pdf, 50MB maximum). Application deadline 4 December 2023. Position start date Fall 2024. Emory University is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. Representatives of historically underrepresented groups, people with disabilities, and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply.

Any questions should be directed to the search committee co-chairs, Christina Crawford ( and Eric Varner (

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