Coleman Nye is an Associate Professor at Simon Fraser University in the Department of Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies, exploring the intersection of feminist science and technology studies, graphic medicine and performance studies. Nye is co-author of Lissa: A Story of Friendship, Medical Promise and Revolution, the inaugural graphic novel in the ethnoGRAPHIC series by University of Toronto Press, earning the 2018 PROSE Award. Her forthcoming monograph Biological Property: Race, Gender, Genetics (Duke University Press) investigates how genomic research approaches biological inheritance through frameworks of property. Her research is featured in journals including Social Text, TDR: The Drama Review, Women and Performance, Global Public Health and ADA: A Journal of Gender, New Media and Technology. In 2017, Nye curated a special issue of Performance Matters focused on “Science and Performance.” Nye holds a PhD in Theatre and Performance Studies and an MA in Anthropology from Brown University.