PhD (University of Sydney), MA(Hons) (University of Sydney), BA (University of Sydney)
Professor Andrew McNamara teaches art history and theory, in Visual Arts in the Creative Industries Faculty of QUT. He has wide-ranging research interests, including modernism; contemporary art; Australian and indigenous art; design and architecture; critical cultural theory in relation to technology, society and media; and aesthetics.
His most recent publications include: Undesign (Routledge, 2018); Surpassing Modernity: Ambivalence in Art, Politics and Society (Bloomsbury, London, 2018/19); and with Philip Goad, Ann Stephen, Harriet Edquist and Isabel Wünsche, Bauhaus Diaspora and Beyond: Transforming Education through Art, Design and Architecture (Miegunyah and Power, 2019).
He is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities.
For further publications details, see Eprints, but also Academia: https://qut.academia.edu/andrewmcnamara