Natalya Mills, M.A.

Co-Director of Global Relations

Trinidadian native Natalya Mills is a Costume and Caribbean culture historian, visual culture scholar, independent curator and professor whose scholarly writings and research integrates aspects of the Carnival arts, African Spirituality, and Caribbean history with a central focus on identity, dress and representation. She is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Art Theory and Philosophy for Visual Arts and is a 2017 Driskell Fellow. Her career objective is to expand the platform for contemporary discourse regarding in the Caribbean diaspora, spirituality, aesthetics, body politics and the Caribpolitan experience within and outside of academia.