Malcolm Bull has been University Lecturer in Fine Art at Oxford since 1992, and has also been a Getty Scholar, a Clark Fellow, and Andrew W. Mellon Visiting Professor at the Courtauld.
His most recent books are Anti-Nietzsche (Verso, 2011); The Mirror of the Gods (OUP/Penguin, 2005), and Seeing Things Hidden (Verso, 2000). He has research interests in both art history and social and political theory. Ongoing projects include books on the concept of the social, and modernism and capitalism. Malcolm welcomes research students in these areas, and in the wider field of contemporary art and global politics.