Adetty Pérez de Miles earned a dual Ph.D. in Art Education and Women’s Studies at The Pennsylvania State University. She is an Assistant Professor and Graduate Program Coordinator of Visual Studies Education at The University of North Texas (UNT). Her research interests include contemporary art and theory, the intersection of art and technology, socially engaged art practices, visual studies education, and feminist theory. She is the author of numerous peer-reviewed scholarly articles on visual culture, dialogic pedagogy, feminist epistemology, emergent art practices informed by robotics, and Latin American art published in journals such as Studies in Art Education, The International Journal of Education through Art (IJETA), The Journal of Social Theory in Art Education (JSTAE), and Visual Culture and Gender (VCG). She is the author on numerous book chapters including: “Revolution/Institution, Public Art and Answerability,” in the 2011 bilingual (English/Spanish) anthology, The School of Panamerican Unrest edited by P. Helguera and S. Demeuse and “Dislocating ‘Latin American’ art” in The wisdom of many – Key issues in arts education: International Yearbook for Research in Arts Education (in-press) edited by S. Schonmann, E. Liebau, E. Wagner and M. Wyman.