Mississippi State University
Jenna Ann Altomonte is an Assistant Professor of Art History at Mississippi State University. She received her Master of Arts in Art History (2009) and Ph.D. in Interdisciplinary Arts (2017) from Ohio University. Her primary area of research centers on global contemporary art and digital performance studies with a specialization in political and social intervention practices. Her current research endeavors examine responses to contested, occupied, and conflicted spaces in the post-9/11 era. She is the author of “Book Now! Performance, Satire, and Play at the Venice Biennale” in Venice Biennale and the Arab World and “Playing Killbox: Didactic Gaming and Drone Warfare” in Video Games and the Global South (ed. Phillip Penix-Tadsen, Carnegie Mellon University ETC Press).