Dr. Traci L. Morris
Thursday, November 22, 2012
Dr. Traci L. Morris, is a member of the Chickasaw Nation of Oklahoma. With a PhD in American Indian Studies, her professional work encompasses all areas of Native American art and media—from the auditory to the visual to the digital realm. Morris has taught college courses, authored books and articles, presented numerous professional papers, worked with Native media makers, artists and galleries, written a college accredited curriculum in Native American new media, and has advocated for digital inclusion at the Federal Communications Commission and on Capitol Hill.
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