I have been working on topics at the intersection of philosophical aesthetics, art history, archaeology, and anthropology of art since I completed my PhD thesis (2014), which had focused on investigating the links between post-Kantian aesthetics and social philosophy. Most of my published work can conveniently be classified as a philosophically informed critical analysis of the theoretical commitments underpinning anthropologists, archaeologists, and art historians’ claims about the aesthetic and social import of culturally/temporally remote art.