Meet Our Team

Tracey Miller


Tracey Miller-Tomlinson joined the faculty in English at New Mexico State University in 2002 after completing her M.A. at Oxford as a Marshall Scholar and Ph.D. at Yale. Her primary research interests lie in the literature and culture of the early modern period, from 1500-1700, with an emphasis on ideas about race, gender, and the nation.  In addition to serving as Honors Faculty Fellow for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity, she teaches Honors courses on The World of the Renaissance and Shakespeare on Film and supervises Honors researchers on topics in early modern literature and drama.




Tanner Guskey is an Archaeology Graduate Student at NMSU. He received his Bachelor's in Anthropology with a focus on Archaeology and a Bachelor's in Political Science with Honors and a focus on American Politics from the University of Arizona. He works with the Center Undergraduate Research & Creative Activity and the Fellowships Program. His current research involves analyzing metal artifacts from a Spanish Colonial site in New Mexico and how the outcome of the American House of Representatives Elections from 1912 to the Present would be different if conducted proportionally state-wide instead of by house district.