The School of Architecture at Northeastern University announces a search for an Assistant Professor, tenure-track, in the area of Race and Social Justice in the Built Environment. We seek a candidate whose research and teaching examine the ways architecture, urban infrastructure, and/or public space intersect with issues of race, equity, and justice, with a focus on historically marginalized communities that have been underrepresented or understudied in the design or scholarly discourse of the built environment (e.g. Black, Latinx, Indigenous, or immigrant populations). The ideal candidate’s work may draw on a range of methodological approaches, including but not limited to sociological, anthropological, geographical, or historical. Courses taught will correspond with the successful candidate’s expertise, but desirable curricular dimensions include new seminars, lecture courses, or design studios.
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