Liss LaFleur, Department of Studio Art, is an interdisciplinary artist who works with video, new media, and performance. Through the merging of digital and physical space, she explores queer identity, the future of feminism, and historical narratives. She is an Immersive Scholar, funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and currently serves as an Assistant Professor of New Media Art in the College of Visual Art and Design at the University of North Texas.
Dr. Marilyn Morris, Department of History, is an historian of Britain in the eighteenth century who also enjoys teaching courses on seventeenth and eighteenth-century Europe. She has written on Sex, Money, and Personal Character in Eighteenth Century British Politics (Yale Press 2014). Her recent work on “Transgender Autobiography and Identity” appeared in Gender and History (2019) and her chapter on “Desire, Sexuality, and Beauty” will appear in The... Read more
Dr. Nicoladie Tam is an associate professor in the Department of Biological Sciences. Her research interests include computational and experimental neuroscience in emotional and cognitive processing, EEG, near-infrared optical imaging, motor control, robotics, neuro-prosthetics, brain-computer-interface, decoding of brain signals and brain simulation. Dr. Tam teaches classes in Principles of Biology and Neuropsychopharmacology.
Dr. Megan Morrissey is an Associate Professor in the Department of Communication Studies. The overarching questions that drive Dr. Morrissey's research stem from consideration of the ways that language constitutes/influences the cultural conditions that inscribe people's lives, and who benefits and is disadvantaged by such discursive constructions.
She has recently published on “Calaveras, Calacas, a cultural Production: The Queer Politics of Brown... Read more