Meghan "Meg" Wilson

Position title: Ph.D. Student; Teaching Assistant (GWS)

Pronouns: they/them/theirs


B.A. Berea College
M.A. University of Wisconsin–Madison

Meg Wilson is a scholar, educator, and interdisciplinary artist. Their research and practice focus on queer-feminist ecological thinking, politics of care practices, and visual cultures of contemporary land-relations in settler colonialism.
Wilson received a BA in Art History with minors in Sculpture and Intermedia and Appalachian Studies from Berea College, and an MA in Studio Art from UW–Madison. They are a graduate associate with the Nelson Institute’s center for Culture, History and Environment, and a Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery Kohler Art Fellow.

GEN&WS 101: Gender, Women, and Cultural Representation [Teaching Assistant]

Primary Advisor
Daniel Spaulding