About the Founding Editors:
Karen Keifer-Boyd, Ph.D., is professor of art education and women's, gender, and sexuality studies at the Pennsylvania State University. She is past president of the National Art Education Association (NAEA) Women’s Caucus (2012-2014), NAEA Distinguished Fellow Class of 2013, and 2012 Fulbright Distinguished Chair in Gender Studies at Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt, Austria. She serves on the Art Education Research Institute Steering Committee; on the Council for Policy Studies; and as past coordinator of the Caucus on Social Theory. She is co-founder and co-editor of Visual Culture & Gender, and has served on 15 editorial and review boards. She has been honored with leadership and teaching awards, including two Fulbright Awards (2006 in Finland and 2012 in Austria) and the 2013 Edwin Ziegfeld Award. Her writings on feminist pedagogy, visual culture, inclusion, cyberart activism, transcultural dialogues, action research, social justice arts-based research, and identity are in more than 50 peer-reviewed research publications, and translated into several languages. She co-authored Including Difference: A Communitarian Approach to Art Education in the Least Restrictive Environment (NAEA, 2013); InCITE, InSIGHT, InSITE (NAEA, 2008); Engaging Visual Culture (Davis, 2007); co-edited Real-World Readings in Art Education: Things Your Professors Never Told You (Falmer, 2000); and served as editor of the Journal of Social Theory in Art Education and guest editor for Visual Arts Research. She is coordinator of the Judy Chicago Art Education Collection.
About the Associate Editor
Yen-Ju Lin, Ph.D., is a museum art educator, instructional technologist, researcher, and graphic designer. She worked at the Department of Education, Exhibition, and Information Services at the National Palace Museum (NPM), 2010-2011. Her work at the NPM involved curating new educational media for translating ancient museum artifacts into meaningful narratives for museum visitors. Her dissertation completed in 2016, Designing with Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs) for Event Potentials in an Art Museum Context, investigated engaging critical dialogue through the integration of ICTs in a series of educational activities with the Surveying Judy Chicago: Five Decades exhibition at Palmer Museum of Art in 2014.