Since 2007, Dylan Miner has taught in the Residential College in the Arts and Humanities (RCAH) – a small living-learning community with a focus on 'arts and humanities for the public good' – at Michigan State University (MSU). Miner primarily teaches in the areas of art, activism, ecology, and Indigenous studies, expanding outward in interdisciplinary and transcultural directions. Miner has taught at other universities, as well as lectured globally and has been a visiting artist or artist-in-residence at numerous universities, MFA programs, cultural centers, museums, artist-run spaces, and Indigenous institutions, among others. He teaches various seminars and workshops that employ dialogical, Indigenous, and emancipatory pedagogies. In addition to teaching, Miner is also Director of American Indian and Indigenous Studies at MSU and sits on the board of the Michigan Indian Education Council.
COURSES TAUGHT - SYLLABI
05. Another (Art) World is Possible: Art and Social Justice in the Américas
04. Art of the Mexican Diaspora
03. World Art III
02. Western Art II
01. Introduction to Visual Culture