Visiting Faculty Fellowships in Design for Spatial Justice
The University of Oregon in Eugene and Portland, Oregon invites applications for Visiting Faculty Fellowships in Design for Spatial Justice at the rank of assistant, associate, full, or professor of practice in the areas of architecture, landscape architecture, interior architecture and historic preservation in the School of Architecture & Environment in the College of Design. The School of Architecture & Environment will award up to six faculty fellowships in design/research and teaching for durations of two terms to three years, to start as early as September 2021. Each fellow will be expected to teach one or two courses per quarter (five courses per year) and to contribute to scholarship and public programming.
The School of Architecture & Environment at the University of Oregon acknowledges that professional schools of design and design pedagogy in North America have historically disproportionately excluded cultural perspectives outside of European and colonial traditions. The School of Architecture & Environment seeks to participate in remedying these exclusions by recruiting visiting faculty who will use teaching to expand understanding of environmental, social, and spatial justice in design, who will engage communities within and outside of the institution in their research and teaching, and whose scholarship is enriched by their lived experience.
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Application review begins April 15, 2021