Dylan A. T. Miner, PhD
Dylan A.T. Miner, PhD is an assistant professor of transcultural studies at Michigan State University, where he holds appointments in American Indian and Chicano/Latino Studies. An Indigenous studies scholar, Miner has published articles in Aztlán and Third Text, contributed numerous encyclopedia entries, written for Métis and Latina/o community newspapers, and has multiple articles and book chapters forthcoming. He is presently completing a manuscript on Aztlán and anti-colonial indigenism in Chicana/o visual art. As an artist, he has exhibited work throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, South Africa, and Australia, including the Institute for American Indian Arts, National Museum of Mexican Art, Native American Rights Fund, La Galería de la Raza, Nokomis Center and countless alternative and university galleries, community centers, union halls, and anarchist bookstores. He is a diasporic Michif (Métis) who lives in Three Fires Territory. He may be reached at dylanminer.com.