Posted on At Critical Theory and the Arts, Summer 2016 — Oliver O’Donnell (UC Berkeley) on Donald Judd, John Dewey and American Pragmatism (postponed)

Oliver O’Donnell (UC Berkeley) will visit with students at Critical Theory and the Arts this Summer, to discuss Donald Judd, John Dewey and the place of pragmatism in American aesthetics and art practices.

Oliver O’Donnell studies modern art and intellectual history with a special emphasis on the historiography and philosophy of art history. His dissertation, “Art Histories of Consequence: Pragmatism and Art Historical Method from Formalism to Semiotics” investigates intersections between paradigms of art historical research and Pragmatist philosophy from the 1890s to the 1970s.

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