Chase Clow, PhD

Chase has been teaching at Dominican since 2004, offering courses in a number of areas including core curriculum, literature, the humanities, service-learning, and the Master of Arts in Humanities program. Her courses typically bring together a variety of disciplines (visual and media studies, history, literature, philosophy, cultural studies, and/or religion) to explore enduring questions of humankind as well as to examine concerns of the contemporary world such as emerging technologies, climate change, social justice, the environment, intercultural exchange, and the resurgence of traditional ecological knowledge and indigenous ways of knowing. She also teaches writing and research at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Chase enjoys serving as an academic advisor and she loves to help students design their own interdisciplinary majors across the arts, humanities, social sciences, and/or sciences.


California Institute of Integral Studies, PhD

Research Interests

Chase's scholarly research falls within the broad field of environmental arts and humanities with a particular emphasis on landscape studies and photography. Her publications include historical essays, narrative, and photographic exhibitions. 

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