Art Education Undergraduate Program Coordinator
Nadine M. Kalin is an Associate Professor at the College of Visual Arts & Design at the University of North Texas. She teaches courses in the areas of curriculum and pedagogy, pre-service art teacher preparation, as well as theories and methods associated with art educational research. Her work intertwines post-political and contemporary art theories with arts-based modes of inquiry in the exploration of curriculum, pedagogical ethics, political economies, institutional critique, social practice in contemporary art, and strategies of aesthetic resistance related to visual arts and art museum education. Her accomplishments include presentations at numerous national and international conferences, published papers in conferences proceedings, chapters in books, articles in peer-reviewed journals, and a single-authored book based on her dissertation research. Nadine graduated from the University of British Columbia in 2007 with a Ph.D. in Curriculum Studies.