Jason Crow

Assistant Professor

225-578-8107 | 223 Atkinson Hall
jasoncrow@lsu.edu |

Architecture BA Clemson University
MArch Iowa State University and McGill University
PhD McGill University

Jason Crow, PhD, RA, LEED AP, is an assistant professor of architecture at Louisiana State University and a licensed architect in Pennsylvania. He holds a BA in architecture from Clemson University and Master of Architecture from Iowa State University. He earned a post-professional Master of Architecture from McGill University where he completed his Doctor of Philosophy in the history and theory of architecture. His dissertation, “The Hierurgy of Stone in Suger’s Restoration of Saint-Denis,” examines the 12th-century understanding of stone architecture through the intertwined histories of theology, science, and craft. His research explores how technological changes impact the ontology of matter and artisanal epistemology. Crow has worked as a professional architect in North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Quebec. He was the founding CTO of the Facility for Architectural Research in Media and Mediation, McGill University’s high-performance computation research laboratory. Crow has taught graduate and undergraduate architectural coursework at McGill University and Philadelphia University.


ARCH 3005 History of Architecture I
ARCH 4007 Contemporary Architectural History & Theory – History Withdrawing
ARCH 5002 Architectural Design Concentration
ARCH 5003 Advanced Architectural Topics – Natural Fabrications
ARCH 7002 Graduate Design Studio II
ARCH 7005 Graduate Design Studio V