Interdisciplinary Studies

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Shawn McDougal

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Tania Hammidi

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Lee Worden

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Mary Warden

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Christian Nagler

Christian Nagler is an artist, writer, and translator. He has performed with Anna Halprin, Isak Immanuel, and Open Experiments Ensemble. His work has been presented at the UC Berkeley Art Museum, Headlands Center for the Arts, and Open Engagement. His novel The Capitalist is forthcoming in 2014. His writing can recently be found in Fillip, Six Lines of Flight (SFMOMA), Somatic Engagement (Chainlinks Books), Encyclopedia, Tarpaulin Sky, and Aufgabe.

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Miah Jeffra

Jeffra is fascinated with the intersections of urban geography, entropy, and violence, especially related to the concept of micro-macrocosmic correlativity. He acts as Editor-in-Chief of literary journal Fourteen Hills, and is Artistic Director of ShadowLab, an arts collective for social justice. He is currently working on a book of shorts, entitled The First Church of What's Happening

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Zeina Barakeh

Zeina Barakeh’s work examines how people and spaces become polarized during binary divisions. Through animation, digital media, and archival installations, she interrogates constructions of identity, history, memory, and territory. Barakeh was born in Beirut and moved to the United States in 2006.

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Jennifer Rissler

Jennifer Rissler is the Acting Vice President and Dean of Academic Affairs at SFAI, and teaches Interdisciplinary Studies.  Her research on fine art curricular histories includes “Shared Legacies: Black Mountain College and its Influence on Post-Studio Art Education” presented at Re-Viewing Black Mountain College: an International Conference at the University of North Carolina, Asheville (October, 2009).  Her photographic work “Self-Served” was published in Aroused: a Collection of Erotic Writing, edited by Karen Finley (2001).

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Mildred Howard

My work draws from a wide range of historical and contemporary experiences. I create architecture for the remainder by questioning one’s perceptions on how the world is viewed. It is a laboratory for creative dialogue that transcends personal particulars and is transformational.

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Betti-Sue Hertz

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