Karen Keifer-Boyd, Ph.D., is an associate professor of art education and women's studies at The Pennsylvania State University. She has had 35 publications in the areas of feminist pedagogy, visual culture, politics of representation, virtual museums, ecofeminist art, forming online community, inclusion practices, cyberart, and multivocal art criticism. She has presented on cultural interfaces of technology at over 50 international and national conferences, and at several universities including Yuan Ze University in Taoyan, Taiwan; Hong Kong Institute of Education; and the University of Art and Design in Helsinki. Her research focuses on strategies for teaching critical and creative inquiry with dynamic/interactive technologies. Engaged in feminist methodologies she creates virtual spaces, such as CyberHouse, a computer game, which provides for continuous reflections on self and possibilities to reconstitute self. She served as editor of the Journal of Social Theory in Art Education and Visual Arts Research and received several teaching awards.