Victoria Hindley

Acquisitions Editor

Victoria joined the MIT Press in 2016 after working in publishing and the arts for two decades in both the USA and Europe. She acquires work in visual culture and design, building upon and expanding the Press’s commitment to progressive discourse and the Institute’s groundbreaking work in visual studies. Interested as much in transformative scholarship as in the ways that visual culture and design impact our daily lives, she looks for work that is rigorous but accessible, nuanced, and visually compelling. She is particularly interested in global discourses that are politically-engaged and culturally informed, and which illuminate new lines of critical inquiry.

Victoria can be reached at vhindley@mit.edu.

Select forthcoming titles include:

The Black Gaze by Tina Campt; Written Matter by Gabriel Orozco; Visual Culture, an Essential Knowledge Series book by Alexis Boylan; Gender(s), an Essential Knowledge Series book by Kathryn Bond Stockton; Designing Motherhood by Michelle Fisher and Amber Winick with foreword by Alexandra Lange; Turks, Jews and Other Germans in Contemporary Art by Peter Chametzky.

Acquisitions include:

Bark by Georges Didi-Huberman; Co-Illusion by David Levi Strauss, Haunted Bauhaus: Occult Spirituality, Gender Fluidity, Queer Identities, and Radical Politics by Elizabeth Otto; Face: A Visual History by Jessica Helfand; Culture Is Not Always Popular: Fifteen Years of Design Observer edited by Michael Bierut and Jessica Helfand; Plastic Capitalism: Contemporary Art and the Drive to Waste by Amanda Boetzkes; Aesthetics Equals Politics: New Discourses Across Art, Architecture, and Philosophy edited by Mark Foster Gage, interview with Jacques Rancière; Former West: Art and the Contemporary after 1989 edited by Maria Hlavajova and Simon Sheikh (with BAK, the Netherlands); The World as an Architectural Project by Hashim Sarkis, Roi Salgueiro Barrio, and Gabriel Kozlowski; Critical Care: Architecture and Urbanism for a Broken Planet, Angelika Fitz, Elke Krasny, and the Architekturzentrum Wien, eds.; and Propaganda Art in the 21st Century by Jonas Staal.