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Lecturer in Architecture Studies

​​​​​​​The committee is looking for applications from candidates who specialise in architectural studies with a focus on architectural humanities and/or social studies of architecture and can contribute to research-informed teaching that complements the existing clusters of activity in the Manchester Architecture Research Group (MARG) and the Manchester School of Architecture (MSA).

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Director, Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library, Columbia University

The Director serves as thought leader and advocate, developing comprehensive strategies for Avery Library specifically and distinctive collections broadly in areas such as analog and born digital acquisitions, digitization, scholarly communication, course and curricular integration, user-centered services, organizational design and change management, diversity and inclusion, accessibility, employee engagement, and the ongoing professional development of Avery’s dedicated staff.

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Research Scientist

Applications are invited for a Temporary 3 year post of a Research Scientist within UCD School of Art History and Cultural Policy.

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Lecturer/Asst Prof or Associate Prof in Landscape Design and Head of Landscape Architecture

The successful candidate will lead a team of Landscape Architecture Faculty and Design Fellows and will provide an important leadership role in the subject by, inter alia, fostering a collaborative research culture, promoting a research-informed curriculum to address contemporary challenges including climate change, translating the fruits of research into innovation and impact, and promoting and growing the subject area.

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Fishing Architecture: Call for Expressions of Interest

FISH-A is a research project that sets out to trace a socioecological history of North Atlantic architecture in relation to fisheries, elucidating the relationships between marine environments and terrestrial landscapes and assessing the ecological impact of fishing constructions and the natural resources they depend upon.

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