Timothy R. Quigley
PhD, Philosophy, University of Wisconsin–Madison
M.F.A. in Art, University of Wisconsin–Madison
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Dr. Quigley is an associate professor of philosophy at the New School for General Studies, where he has been teaching interdisciplinary courses in philosophy and visual studies since 1996. Before coming to The New School, he taught at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, New York University, and the School of Visual Arts. His recent work focuses on the reemergence of social and political engagement among artists and its expression in new forms of narrative.Courses Taught:
- Introduction to Philosophy of Art
- Aesthetics: Perception, Subjectivity, Embodiment
- 20th-Century Continental Philosophy
- Visual and Cultural Studies
- The End of Art: Postwar Culture and Criticism in the U.S.
Dr. Quigley’s scholarly work has been published in the Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, Canadian Philosophical Review, Philosophy Today, and the anthology Art and Representation.