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Dr. Timothy Stott

Associate Professor (History Of Art)


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Chair of Environmental Humanities Working Group, Irish Humanities Alliance, Royal Irish Academy (2020-23).
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Association for Art History 2015 present
College Art Association 2014 present
European Architectural History Network 2021
Timothy Stott Johanna Gosse, Nervous Systems: Art, Systems, and Politics since the 1960s, Durham, North Carolina, Duke University Press, 2022, Book, IN_PRESS
Timothy Stott, Buckminster Fuller's World Game and Its Legacy, London, Routledge, 2021, Book, IN_PRESS
Timothy Stott, Ecocritical Art History, Art History, 43, (3), 2020, p640 - 645, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Ludic Pedagogies at the College of Environmental Design, UC Berkeley, 1966 to 1972 in, editor(s)Kjetil Fallan , The Culture of Nature in the History of Design, Abingdon, Routledge, 2019, pp58 - 72, [Timothy Stott], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
Sculpture Journal, 28, 2, (2019), Timothy Stott, [eds.], Notes: ['Sculpture, Toys and Play in the Twentieth Century'], Journal, PUBLISHED
Timothy Stott, Systems In Play: Simon Nicholson's Design 12 Course, University of California, Berkeley, 1966, Journal of Design History, 32, (3), 2019, p223 - 239, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Timothy Stott, Operable Abstraction: How Toys Changed the Logic of Modern Sculpture, Sculpture Journal, 28, (2), 2019, Notes: [DOI: 10.3828/sj.2019.28.2.2 ], Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Timothy Stott, Something from Nothing: Tino Sehgal's Systemic Objects, Thresholds, (47), 2019, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Timothy Stott, When Attitudes Became Toys: Jasia Reichardt's Play Orbit, Art History , 41, (2), 2018, Notes: [], Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Timothy Stott, How Things Grow: Gabriel Orozco's Samurai Tree: Invariants (2005), How Things Grow: Gabriel Orozco's Samurai Tree: Invariants (2005), 76, (3-4), 2017, Notes: [DOI: 10.1080/00043249.2017.1412744], Journal Article, PUBLISHED

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Jacques Rancière, 'The Concept of Anachronism and the Historian's Truth', 3, Inprint, Technological University Dublin, 2014, -, Translation, PUBLISHED