Quigley, Timothy


Timothy Quigley
PhD, Philosophy, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Associate Professor of Philosophy, Bachelor's Program for Adults and Transfer Students

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Areas of Expertise:
Philosophy of art, aesthetics, ethics, technology and education, distance learning
Both a scholar and an artist, Timothy Quigley taught at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Wayne State University, New York University, and the School of Visual Arts in New York City before coming to The New School. His scholarly work has been published in the Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, the Canadian Philosophical Review, and Philosophy Today and in the anthology Art and Representation. Mr. Quigley teaches a variety of interdisciplinary courses in modern philosophy and contemporary visual studies. His recent pedagogical work is focused on the intersection of art and ethics, the writings of John Berger, and the uses of design and technology in higher education.
Courses Taught:
  • The End of Art
  • 20th Century Continental Philosophy
  • Philosophy and Moral Imagination
  • Philosophy of Art
  • Philosophy for the 21st Century: Affects, Objects, and Agents
Recent Publications:
“Writing from Nowhere,” Brooklyn Rail, June 2012

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