Hello! I am Taylor Elyse Mills, a graduate student pursuing a dual degree JD & PhD in Philosophy at Michigan State University, with a certificate in Digital Humanities. In addition to my role as a student, I am a co-founder of the Undergraduate Network for Research in the Humanities (UNRH), an organization devoted to providing opportunities to undergraduates engaging with digital humanities research. My research interests are social justice oriented, including immigration advocacy and reform, critical technology studies, and anti/decolonial studies/epistemology. I draw from interdisciplinary approaches in continental philosophy, digital humanities, critical race theories, Latina feminisms, indigenous philosophies, and black feminist philosophies. I am also interested in pedagogy and aesthetics. I enjoy hiking, singing, music composition, and photography.

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