Log in to post comments Position Winnie Chandler Distinguished Professor of Art Academic Area Art Education Office Hours By appointment Location N323 Email email@example.com CV CV Research Focus Dr. Mira Kallio-Tavin’s research can be described to belong to issues in social justice in art education. Her research concerns critical artistic and arts-based research particularly on decolonialism, disability studies and animal studies. Her current research project, Disabling Institutions focuses on identifying and disrupting ableism as a long-surviving "standard" in art and cultural institutions, including arts schools, arts organizations, and museums. Mira Kallio-Tavin (Doctor or Arts) is the Winnie Chandler Distinguished Professor of Art in the Lamar Dodd School of Art, University of Georgia. She focuses her research on critical artistic and arts-based practices and research in questions of diversity, disability studies, social justice and critical animal studies. She is a World Councilor of InSEA (International Society for Education Through Art), and the founder of the International Disability Studies, Arts and Education (DSAE) conference. She is the author and editor of six books, and has a publishing record of 90 articles. She is the editor of journals Research in Arts and Education (editor in chief) and The International Journal of Education through Art (editor). She serves her second term in the Studies in Art Education editorial board.