Adedoyin Teriba

Assistant Professor of Art and Urban Studies

Adedoyin Teriba teaches the history of modern and contemporary architecture & urbanism. He took bachelor's and master's degrees in architecture at the Federal University of Technology, Minna, Nigeria and the University of Oklahoma respectively. Subsequently, he took a PhD in the history of modern architecture at Princeton University. Teriba joined the Vassar faculty in 2019 and offers courses on the experience of architecture and space in the modern era; "critical regionalism" and architecture; modern and contemporary architecture in West Africa and intersections between industrial design and modern & contemporary architecture.

BA, Federal University of Technology Minna; MA, University of Central Oklahoma; PhD, Princeton University
At Vassar since 2019


Taylor Hall
Box 159

In the Media

Joe Waters, the CEO of Capita interviewed Adedoyin Teriba, Assistant Professor of Art and Urban Studies about how architecture, Early Childhood education, the Civil Rights Movement and urbanism in Africa intertwine.


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