Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Architectural History at University of Queensland

University of Queensland lohoWork type:Full Time – Fixed Term
Location:  University of Queensland,St Lucia

School of Architecture

As a national leader in architectural education and research we are always seeking an engaged and innovative person to join our team. As a progressive school of architecture we aim to prepare graduates for a dynamic professional environment where continual learning and innovative practice is essential. The School actively engages with a cross-section of industry partners, diverse communities and a range of professions so that our teaching and research is rich with impact beyond the University. We work to enrich the local architecture profession and advance the discipline of architecture internationally.

With strong student enrolments in professionally accredited programs, combined with world-class researchers and facilities, the school is focused on ensuring our students and researchers have the skills to confront the urgent intellectual and practical questions facing the design of our cities and environments. The ATCH Research Centre plays a key part in the School’s mission.

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The role

The successful appointee will be responsible for collaborative and individual research within the aims of the ARC Discovery Project “Is Architecture Art? a history of categories concepts and recent practices. For more information on this project please visit

The successful appointee will have access to shared office space and other facilities of the ATCH Research Centre and the School of Architecture.

There are opportunities to work with senior and early career researchers and higher degree research students in an intellectually stimulating environment.

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