Ann M. Fox, PhD
Ann Fox is Professor of English at Davidson College, where she specializes in modern and contemporary drama, disability studies in literature and visual representation, and medicine in the graphic novel. Her scholarship on disability and theater has been published widely, and she has co-curated four disability-related visual arts exhibitions: RE/FORMATIONS: Disability, Women, and Sculpture (2009), STARING (2009), Re/Presenting HIV/AIDS (2014), and Esse Quam Videri (2018). She was a Davidson College 2017–18 Boswell Family Faculty Fellow; her current scholarly project is entitled Adaptive Activism: How Disability Refigures the Cultural Landscape. A more extensive profile is available on the Davidson College website.