The Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation is seeking candidates for the James Marston Fitch Professorship, a full time tenure track faculty position for its Historic Preservation program. The Fitch Professor will be expected to show a commitment to the field of historic preservation in the spirit of the career, writings and teaching of James Marston Fitch.

The Fitch Professor is expected to be an individual, not necessarily an architect, with substantial experience in the historic preservation field. Responsibilities will include teaching, scholarship and administration.

The emphasis will be on the understanding of the critical issues in the protection and development of historic architecture. Candidates must hold at least a Master of Art, a Master of Architecture or a Master of Science in Historic Preservation, or their equivalents and a background in architectural history.

Applicants should respond with a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, examples of work, and names and addresses of three references. Review of applications will begin on March 1, 2004, and will continue until a candidate is chosen.

Material should be sent to:
Mark Wigley, Interim Dean
Graduate School of Architecture, Planning
and Preservation
402 Avery Hall
1172 Amsterdam Avenue
Columbia University
New York, New York 10027

Columbia University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

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