Philip Armstrong

Philip Armstrong, Affiliated Faculty History of Art

Philip Armstrong


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1775 College Road
Columbus, OH  43210

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Areas of Expertise

  • Visual Culture
  • Political Theory


  • PhD, History of Art, University of California, Los Angeles

Philip Armstrong is Professor in the Department of Comparative Studies. He has published widely in the area of contemporary visual arts, as well as essays on contemporary political theory. Publications include Reticulations: Jean-Luc Nancy and The Networks of the Political (U of Minnesota P, 2009), Jean-Luc Nancy, Politique et au-delà: Entretien with Jason Smith (Galilée, 2011), and (with Laura Lisbon and Stephen Melville) As Painting: Division and Displacement (MIT Press and Wexner Center, 2001). Translations include Jean-Luc Nancy’s The Disavowed Community and The Pleasure in Drawing, as well as the collected writings of Michel Parmentier.