The Oslo School of Architecture and Design (AHO) is a specialized university and a leading international architecture and design school that provides education within architecture, landscape architecture, urbanism and design. AHOs fields of knowledge focus on design in all scales; objects, buildings, urban areas and landscaping. AHO is organized into four institutes, and has approx. 700 students and 145 employees.
The Institute of Form, Theory and History (FTH) teaches and researches architecture, architectural history and building heritage. The FTH faculty —counting approximately 30 architects, architectural historians, artists, and philosophers — engages on all academic levels: Undergraduate and graduate levels, and has a particular responsibility for the PhD program. FTH offers an executive Master in Building Heritage, as well as a Nordic executive Master in Architectural Heritage (NORMAK), a collaboration of Architecture School in the Nordic countries. The Oslo Centre for Critical Architectural Studies(OCCAS) is part of FTH.
The Oslo School of Architecture and Design (AHO) calls for applications for a temporary four-year II position as Professor II/ Associated Professor II connected to the AHO PhD Programme.The Professor II/ Associated Professor II position will be employed at the Institute of Form, Theory and History, but will work across the school and interact with all faculty who are involved in the PhD programme.
The position is responsible for the development of the existing AHO PhD course “Apparatus” which provides 15 ECTS within the programme. The applicant’s main responsibility will be:
Academic responsibilities that can be associated with the position:
The AHO PhD Programme has existed since 1992. It serves the research cultures across AHO’s four institutes and is led by a head of the Programme employed at FTH. At the present time the Programme has 55 PhD fellows enrolled, and takes in between four and eight fellows per year. The programme curates 30 ECTS compulsory courses which support PhD fellows in meeting PhD level learning outcomes regarding research dissemination, project related skills and methods and project organization.
The programme supports academic PhDs across three main research areas (design; landscape and urbanism; architecture, history and theory). The programme takes in fellows from a wide variety of backgrounds, including applicants whose training is primarily in design practice. The programme produces theses that always contain an academic written component.
Regardless of their background and chosen research area, AHO PhD fellows pursue PhD theses that include a writing as a major part of the development and dissemination of their research results.
The competent candidate for this position must have:
Applicants with a background in any of AHO’s research disciplines may apply, as well as applicants with a background in PhD level/3rd cycle teaching relating to academic writing and academic publishing.
The position does not expressly require residency in the Oslo region, however it does not include travelling expenses for applications resident outside that region.
The application must contain:
It is a goal for all state-owned institutions to maintain a balanced mix of age, gender and cultural background, and accommodate for people with disabilities.
The application deadline is 10th of June 2019.
For more information about the position, please contact
For more information about AHO, please visit our website: www.aho.noLes mer
|Tittel||Professor II / Associated Professor II: Research Mediation in the Design Disciplines|
|Employer||Arkitektur- og designhøgskolen i Oslo (AHO)|
|Job location||Maridalsveien 29, 0175 Oslo|
|Publiseringsdato||april 16, 2019|
|Søknadsfrist||juni 10, 2019|
|Fagområder||Arkitektur,   Landskapsarkitektur,   Interiørdesign,   Kulturhistorie,   Fysisk planlegging,   Byforming og planlegging,   Humaniorautdanning,   Samfunnsvitenskapelig pedagogikk,   Kulturstudier,   |