Emily Eliza Scott is an interdisciplinary scholar, artist, and former park ranger focused on contemporary art and design practices that engage pressing (political) ecological issues, often with the intent to actively transform real-world conditions.
Currently a joint professor in the History of Art and Architecture & Environmental Studies at the University of Oregon. She holds a PhD in contemporary (post-1945) art history from UCLA. Her essays have appeared in Art Journal, Art Journal Open, American Art, Third Text and The Avery Review.
Made possible through the generous support of the Carmen Morton Christensen Endowment, the Department of Art & Art History, and the College of Fine Arts.
Image: The Natural History Museum with t.e.j.a.s. (Texas Environmental Justice Advocacy Services), as part of Mining the HMNS: An Investigation by The Natural History Museum, 2016.