Philip Glahn, Ph.D.

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Philip Glahn, Ph.D.

Philip Glahn is Associate Professor of Critical Studies and Aesthetics. Prior to his appointment at Tyler, he taught art history and criticism at Pratt Institute, Brooklyn College, and Hunter College, where he was awarded the Presidential Award for Excellence in Teaching. His writings on the legacies of avant-garde strategies, art activism, digital media and new social formations, film and labor, and other topics have appeared in Art Journal, Afterimage, BOMB, Communications, Brooklyn Rail, and PUBLIC, as well as several anthologies. His book addressing questions of socialism and technology, pedagogy and the public sphere in the work of Bertolt Brecht is forthcoming in the spring 2014 from Reaktion Books.