Jeff Kruth

Jeff KruthAssistant Professor
203F Alumni Hall

Courses Taught (past two academic years)

ARC 201 Architecture Studio
ARC 4/527 The American City Since 1940
ARC 601 Architecture Studio

Educational Credentials

Master of Architecture, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, 2010
Bachelor of Arts, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, 2007

Teaching Experience

Assistant Professor, Miami University, 2019-Present
Assistant Professor, Louisiana Tech University, 2018-2019
Adjunct Faculty, Kent State University, 2013-2018

Professional Experience

Senior Urban Designer, Kent State University Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative, 2015-18
Urban Designer, Kent State University Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative, 2012-15
Intern Architect, Yale Urban Design Workshop, 2010-2012

Selected Publications

Kruth, Jeffrey and Rugare, Steven, eds. Urban Histories in Practice: Morphologies and Memory. Cambridge Scholars Publishing (Forthcoming)
“No Church in the Wild: The Spatial Dimensions of Racial Conflict in Rural Louisiana,” at TU Delft Mediating the Spatiality of Conflicts Conference. Delft, Netherlands. 2019
“Buenos Aires Libre: Redundancy, Risk and Tactical Sharing” w/ Dr. Allison Schifani. PLAT Architecture Journal: 7.0 “Sharing,” 2018.
“Flat Lines: The Fiscal Topologies of Cleveland’s Multiple Publics” in MONU: Client-Based Urbanism, 2018
Kruth, Jeffrey. “The Political Agency of Geography & the Shrinking City” In Urban Reindustrialization. Kryzstof Nawratek, ed. Punctum Books. Brooklyn, NY. 2017
“Emerging from the Machinic City” American Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) Brooklyn Says Move to Detroit Conference. Detroit, MI. 2017