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Academic Roles at the AA


The AA School welcomes expressions of interest for teaching. Every year the AA looks to appoint new teachers to contribute to Undergraduate and Graduate schools. The AA receives applications throughout the year prior to summer planning for the upcoming academic year starting in September. Please see our Prospectus, available online, to review the range of Unit studios and other courses comprising the curricula of the School.

If you are interested in teaching at the AA, please send a cover letter, teaching proposal (2-3 pages) and CV only to teaching@aaschool.ac.uk

The Director and Head of Teaching review proposals throughout the academic year and you will be contacted should any opportunity for further discussion arise.


List of currently available jobs:

 
 

Political Economic and Environmental Development Lecturer

Department: Landscape Urbanism MArch/MSc
Reports to: Directors of Landscape Urbanism MArch/MSc Graduate Programme
Hours: Part-time - 0.5 day a week
Contract Type: Fixed Term – 1 Year

The Role

The architectural Association School of Architecture announces an open teaching position within the Landscape Urbanism MArch/MSc Graduate Progamme under the title “Political Economic and Environmental Development” lecturer. The position will conduct a seminar series aiming at introducing students to key concepts and methodologies to understand the relationships between policy and the production of space. Issues to be included are political economic regulations, incentives, and the role of different agents in the production of territories as well as their impact on landscape, atmosphere and water and the built environment.

Full Job Description and person specification

How to Apply:

Please apply by email by the closing date of 28th November 2018 to landscapeurbanism@aaschool.ac.uk stating the job title in the subject heading.

Please note only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

 
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