Dr Nina Power


  • Dr Nina Power
  • Area

    School of Arts & Humanities



  • Nina Power is a Tutor on the Critical Writing in Art & Design programme in the School of Arts & Humanities. She has a wide range of interests, including philosophy, film, art, feminism and politics. She is the author of One-Dimensional Woman (Zer0, 2009) and Das kollektive politische Subjekt – Aufsätze zur kritischen Philosophie (Laika, 2015), a collection of her philosophical writings (translated into German).

  • Biography

  • Nina Power received her PhD in Philosophy from Middlesex University on the topic of Humanism and Anti-Humanism in Post-War French Philosophy, and also has an MA and BA in Philosophy from Warwick. She has taught at Middlesex, Orpington College, London College of Communication, Morley College and The University of Roehampton, where she is also currently a Senior Lecturer in Philosophy. She is a fellow of the RSA and a member of the British Philosophical Association.

  • Practice

  • Nina Power writes for a variety of different publications on multiple topics (music, critical theory, film, politics). Some of the publications she has contributed to include The Wire, frieze, Spike Art Quarterly, Radical Philosophy, Film Quarterly, the Guardian, Red Pepper, Strike!, Icon and Texte zur Kunst.

    Nina’s current interests include empathy, psychoanalysis, sex/gender, theories of collectivity, art & activism, decapitalism, social reproduction and ideas of justice.

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