UCLA Architecture and Urban Design seeks to make an appointment in Critical Studies of a Lecturer eager to contribute to the intellectual and creative culture of the school by teaching a variety of courses in both graduate and undergraduate degree programs. The position offers the opportunity to participate in the launch of several new initiatives, including SUPRASTUDIO at IDEAS, an off-site post professional degree program focusing on architecture and industrial culture. The candidate should be able to teach courses on post-war theories of architecture, advanced formal analysis, architecture and visual culture, and the history of modern architecture. The appointment will also include collaborative academic responsibilities in the Curatorial Project, a recently established center that will be developing exhibitions and publications with an international scope and ambition.
The ideal candidate will have or be working towards a PhD, be able to demonstrate a commitment to advanced architectural ideas and innovative approaches to their dissemination, a strong record of teaching and the promise of producing a scholarly body of work appropriate for a continuing appointment at a top ranking university. The successful candidate will need to be prepared to make a three-year commitment to the program.
Candidates are requested to furnish a letter of intent with a curriculum vitae, one or two examples of work, with a description of each (non-returnable), and the names, phone numbers, mail and e-mail addresses of three references able to provide a knowledgeable evaluation of the applicant’s qualifications.
Proof of U.S. Citizenship or eligibility for U.S. Employment will be required prior to employment (Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986). The University of California, Los Angeles, is an Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action Employer.
- Curriculum Vitae - Your most recently updated C.V.
- Letter of Intent
- Examples of work