Associate Professor of Philosophy Lydia Moland has a new book out, Hegel’s Aesthetics: The Art of Idealism, published by Oxford University Press. The book “offers the first comprehensive book in English on Hegel’s philosophy of art in thirty years, gives a new, controversial interpretation of Hegel’s notorious ‘end of art’ thesis, and Illuminates the relevance of Hegel’s aesthetics to contemporary art,” according to the publisher.