Bard Faculty

Joshua Lubin-Levy

Visiting Instructor in Theater and Performance

Primary Academic Program: Theater and Performance


B.A., Wesleyan University; M.A., Ph.D. candidate, New York University; Critical Studies Fellow, Whitney Museum Independent Study Program. Lubin-Levy is a writer, curator, and dramaturg who writes between the disciplines of performance, queer theory, contemporary Marxist philosophy, and critical approaches to race, gender and sexuality. Residencies and awards: Joan Tisch Teaching Fellow; curator-in-residence at the Abrons Art Center’s AIRspace program; Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Process Space Artist Residency; Infinite Record Residency; and GuestHaus Residency. Recent curatorial and dramaturgical projects include Subject to Capital (2016), Bilderatlas (2016), Fred Herko: A Crash Course (2014), Ephemera as Evidence (2014), and Living Labor: Marxism & Performance Studies (2014). He is the cofounder of Lumpen: A Journal of Queer Materialism, and previously taught at The New School, New York University, Pratt Institute, and Wilson College. Selected press includes pieces in Artforum and Critical Correspondence. At Bard since 2017.


Phone: 845-758-7960
Department: Fisher Center for the Performing Arts
Location: Fisher Studio Arts Building
Office: B57