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Department of Architecture



Ingrid Schroder is the Director of the MPhil in Architecture and Urban Design at the University of Cambridge.  She has taught in Cambridge since 2001 and served as a lecturer on American Urban Theory, and Design Tutor here, at the Architectural Association and ETH Zurich.  She is the co-author of African Modernism (2014), which documents the architecture of the independence movements in Ghana, Senegal, Côte d’Ivoire, Zambia and Kenya. Her ongoing research examines the architecture and urbanism of liberation from the American Revolutionary period through the late 20th Century.

Director of RIBA part II programme / MPhil in Architecture and Urban Design
Head of Undergraduate Design Teaching
Assistant Professor