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  • 16 Jan 2021 8:50 AM | Christine R Henry

    Assistant Professor, tenure-track, Design History and Material Culture,  University of North Texas 

    Position: The College of Visual Arts and Design at the University of North Texas invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track position as an Assistant Professor of Art History, with a specialization in Design History and Material Culture. Applications are welcome from candidates with specializations from any time period or geography, complementing existing departmental faculty and college specializations in global art, architecture, and design history. 

    The successful candidate will teach graduate and undergraduate art history courses to majors and non-majors. Art History faculty may receive support for their research through a variety of institutional research grants and travel funding. The current standard annual teaching load prior to the submission of the tenure dossier is 2|2. Additional responsibilities include mentoring students, both undergraduate and graduate, service to the college and university, professional development, and continued enhancement of the art history department, which is housed in a Carnegie Tier One Research University and Hispanic-Serving Institution. 

    Qualifications: Required: Completed doctoral degree in art history or other relevant discipline 

    Preferred: University level teaching experience as instructor of record 

    Application: Please submit the following to http://jobs.untsystem.edu/postings/40952 

    • Letter of application 
    • Curriculum vita 
    • Statement of teaching philosophy 
    • Sample syllabi 
    • Sample publication 
    • Names and contact information for three references 

    Setting: Department of Art History The University of North Texas (UNT)’s long-standing and dynamic art history program has recently been designated an autonomous department within the College of Visual Arts and Design (CVAD). The department is dedicated to fostering the success of its diverse population of faculty and students. With the successful conclusion of its two ongoing searches, the department will be composed of nine tenured or tenure-track faculty and two full-time lecturers. It offers a BA and MA in Art History as well as an accelerated BA/MA degree option. The department’s commitment to diverse areas of inquiry is reflected in faculty research and a curriculum that provides students with a broad understanding of the historical roots and contemporary issues of the visual arts, material culture, and design. 

    College of Visual Arts and Design 

    Considered one of the leading visual arts and design schools in the nation, UNT’s College of Visual Arts and Design is home to more than 2,200 undergraduate and graduate students in NASAD and CIDA accredited programs including the BA, BFA, MA, and MFA in art education, art history, ceramics, communication design, drawing and painting, fashion design, interaction design, interdisciplinary art and design studies, interior design, metalsmithing and jewelry, new media art, photography, printmaking, sculpture, and user-experience design, with certification offered in art museum education, and a Ph.D. offered in art education. It includes the Department of Art Education, Department of Art History, Department of Design, Foundations Program, Interdisciplinary Art and Design Studies Program, and Department of Studio Art. 

    Faculty are supported by travel, research, and creative project funding from the college and university. Opportunities include those supported by Scholarly and Creative Activity Awards, small grants, and the university’s Institute for the Advancement of the Arts. College faculty enjoy active collaborations with specialized subject matter librarians, opportunities for teaching and research through UNT library special collections, and partnerships with the university’s Center for Learning, Experimentation, Application, and Research. 

    The UNT Faculty Mentoring Program provides new faculty with support and resources for successful academic careers. UNT is committed to a culture of mentoring excellence in all areas that impact faculty life. Building a network of mentors is foundational to our success and UNT is home to Employee Resource Groups, such as the Black Faculty Network, International Faculty Network, La Colectiva, and the Neurodiversity Professional Network, supported by the university’s Division of Institutional Equity and Diversity

    Offering instruction in Frisco and Dallas as well as at the main Denton campus, the College of Visual Arts and Design also comprises the CVAD Galleries, Texas Fashion Collection, Onstead Institute for Education in the Visual Arts and Design, Gough Design Research Space, and textile and digital fabrication lab facilities that support student work, faculty research, as well as college, university, and broader constituents in recently built and renovated, state-of-the-art facilities. 

    A nationally and internationally recognized community of faculty provides students with excellent mentors and role models upon which to pattern their careers. The College of Visual Arts and Design is dedicated to creating a climate and curriculum that values, demonstrates, and affirms diversity, equity, and inclusion through its programs and practices. Additional information about the college and university can be found online: cvad.unt.edu and www.unt.edu

    University of North Texas 

    Established in 1890, University of North Texas is a student-centered public research university with over 40,000 students. A Carnegie-ranked Tier One public research university, and multi-year recipient of the prestigious Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award, UNT is one of the nation’s most diverse universities with more than 10,000 Hispanic students, 6,000 African American students, 3,700 international students, 3,300 Asian/Pacific Islander students, and 500 Indigenous students. 

    UNT has been designated as both a Minority Serving Institution and Hispanic Serving Institution and stands committed to building upon its foundation of equity, diversity, and inclusion in its pursuit of academic and inclusive excellence. Located in Denton, TX at the northern edge of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, the college and university foster meaningful and socially-responsible partnerships with organizations throughout the DFW area. 

    As part of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, Denton provides access to rich cultural offerings and excellent research and professional opportunities for students, faculty, and staff. With 7.5 million people and two international airports, DFW is the fourth-largest metro area in the United States. DFW is racially, ethnically, religiously, and culturally diverse and maintains a long-standing commitment to the arts. The Dallas Arts District is the largest contiguous arts district in the country and includes performing and visual arts institutions including the Dallas Museum of Art, the Nasher Sculpture Center, and the Crow Museum of Asian Art. The Fort Worth Cultural District includes the Amon Carter Museum, Kimbell Art Museum, and Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. 

    Denton is home to two state universities (UNT and Texas Woman’s University) and an active Greater Denton Arts Council, which provides foundational support for Denton’s artists, K-12 students, and other local arts organization and mounts exhibitions and programs at the Patterson- Appleton Arts Center. Denton is also known for its known for its live music scene, including the Denton Arts & Jazz Festival, among other annual cultural events, such as the Denton Black Film Festival and identity-based organizations with whom UNT partners, such as OUTReach Denton and Dallas Dinner Table. 

    The University of North Texas System and its component institutions are committed to equal opportunity and comply with all applicable federal and state laws regarding nondiscrimination and affirmative action. The University of North Texas System and its component institutions do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, religion, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, or veteran status in its application and admission processes, educational programs and activities, and employment practices. 

    Review of applications will begin 25 January 2021 and will continue until the search is closed. 

  • 16 Jan 2021 8:40 AM | Christine R Henry

    Arris, the journal of the Southeast Society of Architectural Historians, solicits article and field notes submissions for peer review for upcoming issues.  Please submit articles by March 1, 2021 to be considered for Arris 32 to be published in Fall 2021.  Papers received after this will be considered for future issues. Arris is now published by the University of North Carolina Press.

    Additional information on Arris, the call for papers, and submission requirements, can be found on the SESAH website. 

    Arris includes book reviews. To propose a book to be reviewed or to express interest in becoming a reviewer, email the editor, Bryan Norwood.

  • 16 Jan 2021 8:30 AM | Christine R Henry

    Stan Brunn, Prof. Emeritus, Geography, Univ of Kentucky is editing a book on the impacts of COVID-19 that Springer will publish this year.  To date I have over 150 chapters by authors from more than 50 countries. I am still looking for additional chapters to strengthen the volume, one is on how COVID 19 has impacted architecture and designing of houses, residential areas, and communities. For those interested contact brunn@uky.edu Submissions due March 15, 2021.

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