Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education


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  • Angela Becerra Vidergar

    Angela Becerra Vidergar

    Lecturer

    Current Research and Scholarly InterestsSPECIALIZATION: Radio and Multimedia Storytelling; Humanities Communication; 20th-21st c. Literature and Culture of the Americas; Disaster Fiction and Survivalism; Imaginations of the Future; Graphic Narratives; Theorizations of the Collective Imaginary; 19th and 20th-century Philosophy; Speculative Fiction and the Impact of Science and Technology on Society

  • Shaleen Brawn

    Shaleen Brawn

    PWR Advanced Lecturer

    Current Research and Scholarly InterestsSPECIALIZATION: Rhetoric of Science and Technology, Science Communication, Publishing as Process and Institution

  • Mikayla Amber Brier-Mills

    Mikayla Amber Brier-Mills

    Master of the Science of Law Student, Law
    Hume Graduate Office Assistant, Hume Center

    BioMikayla Brier-Mills is an Australian lawyer and has read for the BCL and MPhil at the Faculty of Law at the University of Oxford. Her research focuses on treaty interpretation under international humanitarian and human rights law. She holds a Bachelor of Laws from Bond University, Exchange of Laws at Leiden University; a GDLP from Australian National University. Currently, she is reading for her JSM through the Program in International Legal Studies at Stanford University, under the supervision of Professor Lawrence Friedman. Her focus is on how the social and legal context of Tunisia influences its ratification and implementation of the Istanbul Convention on the Elimination of Violence Against Women. While at Oxford, she was Research Assistant at the Blavatnik School of Government for the International Peace and Security Programme, and at the Oxford Institute for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict. Mikayla is also Editorial Assistant for the Global Community Yearbook on International Law and Jurisprudence (OUP). Prior to coming to Oxford, she worked as Foreign Law Clerk for Justice Salim Joubran at the Supreme Court of Israel, and Founded the Bond University Law Wellness Association. Her main areas of focus are jurisprudence (specifically, notions of dignity and obligation), and international law (relating to the evolution of the humane treatment obligation). As Correspondent for Oxford Human Rights Hub, Mikayla writes, and solicits experts to write, about gender-based violence issues occurring mostly in North Africa and the Middle East.

  • Tessa Rose Brown

    Tessa Rose Brown

    Lecturer

    BioDr. Tessa Brown, a Lecturer in the Program in Writing and Rhetoric, is a writer, researcher, and educator. Her doctoral dissertation, “SCHOOLED: Hiphop Composition at the Predominantly White University,” considered the contradictions of hiphop culture, writing education, and the fight for language rights in predominantly or historically white institutional contexts. Dr. Brown also researches social media and whiteness and femininity, and uses memoristic and autoethnographic methods in her work.

    Tessa’s essays, reviews, and fiction have appeared in Harper’s, Hyperallergic, The Forward, The New Haven Review, The American Reader, and rhetoric journal Kairos. Her peer-reviewed research is forthcoming in Peitho. Her novella Sorry for Partying was honored by the Paris Literary Prize in 2014. She has written a blog, Hiphopocracy, since 2011, and lives in San Francisco.