Confronting Anti-Asian Racism in Art Education
Dr. Ryan Shin
Dr. Shin is a Professor in the School of Art at the University of Arizona, and the editor of Convergence of Contemporary Art, Visual Culture, and Global Civic Engagement (IGI Global). He was inducted as 2021 USSEA Kenneth Marantz Distinguished Fellow. He is the Media Review Editor of Studies in Art Education and served as co-editor of Journal of Cultural Research in Art Education (2016-2018). His research interests include Asian popular media and visual culture, critical discourse on Asian identity and teacher decolonization, and global civic engagement.
Dr. Jaehan Bae
Dr. Bae was born in Buan and raised in Daegu, South Korea, and was an elementary classroom teacher at Daegu Metropolitan School District for 4.5 years. Currently, he is a Professor of Art Education in the Department of Art at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. He holds a Doctor of Philosophy in Art Education from the Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida and a Master of Education in Elementary Fine Arts Education from Daegu National University of Education in Daegu, South Korea. His research interests include Asian critical theory, contemporary art in art education, and pre-service teacher education.
Dr. Maria Lim
Dr. Lim is an Associate Professor of Art Education at University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Dr. Lim has presented numerous research papers at the local, national, and international professional research conferences and has published a number of articles in professional journals and publications. She has an active membership with NAEA (The National Art Education Association), InSEA (International Society of Education Through Art), NCAEA (North Carolina Art Education Association), and Southeastern College Art Conference (SECAC). Dr. Lim’s accomplishments as an educator have also been recognized by the North Carolina Art Education Association (NCAEA), which named her as the Higher Education Art Educator of the Year for 2013-2014.