Victor Deupi is a Cuban-American teacher of architectural history, visual culture, and design with several years of experience in practice as well as academia. He received a Bachelor of Science in architecture from the University of Virginia, a Master of Architecture from Yale University, and a Ph.D. in architecture from the University of Pennsylvania. Presently, he is a Lecturer in Architecture at the University of Miami School of Architecture in Coral Gables, FL. He has taught previously at Fairfield University, the New York Institute of Technology, the University of Notre Dame, the Prince of Wales’s Institute of Architecture in London, and has been a “Visiting Critic” at the University of Miami, and the College of Architecture at Georgia Tech. The principal focus of his research is on architectural representation, as well as the art and architecture of the Early Modern Ibero-American world. His book "Architectural Temperance: Spain and Rome, 1700-1759" was published by Routledge in 2015.
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
The art and architecture of the Early Modern Ibero-American world, and mid-20th-century Cuba.