Christoph Cox

From Hampedia
Jump to: navigation, search

Christoph Cox

Mark Tansey, Secret of the Sphinx (Homage to Elihu Vedder), 1984
Contact Information

Office: [[office::EDH 8]]
Office Hours: [[office hours:: Sign up here]]
Home Page:
Academic Information
Position: Professor of Philosophy

School: HACU
Graduate Alma mater: University of California, Santa Cruz



Christoph Cox, Professor of Philosophy, teaches and writes on contemporary European philosophy and contemporary art and music. He is also on the faculty at the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College. Cox is the author of Nietzsche: Naturalism and Interpretation (University of California Press, 1999) and co-editor of Audio Culture: Readings in Modern Music (Continuum, 2004) and Realism Materialism Art (Sternberg, forthcoming). The recipient of a 2009 Arts Writers Grant from Creative Capital/Warhol Foundation, Cox is editor-at-large for Cabinet magazine. His writing has appeared in October, Artforum, the Journal of the History of Philosophy, Journal of Visual Culture, The Wire and other journals and magazines. He has curated exhibitions at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, The Kitchen in New York City, New Langton Arts in San Francisco, and G Fine Art Gallery in Washington D.C. Cox is currently completing a philosophical and historical book about sound art and experimental music.

Office Hours

  • To sign up for office hours, go here


Selected Courses

Sonic Philosophy

Sustainability and Extinction: Life and Death in the Modern World

Kant and German Idealism

Metaphysics and the New Realism

Philosophies of Modern and Contemporary Art

Audio Culture: Theories and Practices in Music Now

Philosophy as a Way of Life

Philosophy, Relativism, and Truth

On Time and Being

The Posthuman Condition

Marx and Marxisms

Contemporary French Philosophy

Nineteenth-Century German Philosophy


Alienation (First-Year Seminar)

Books, Essays, Etc.

For links to Christoph's writing, talks, events, and other information, go to his webpage:

Personal tools

Hampedia Help