Steve Fox, Ph.D.
Steve Fox was Program director for the NM Humanities Council, managing grants and public programs. His MA thesis at UNM (’84) in American Studies was on the impact of Thoreau, Muir, Leopold, and Carson on U.S nature attitudes. His ’88 dissertation, Toxic Work--Women Workers at GTE-Lenkurt, was published by Temple University Press. He has won awards from the NM Press Women for his memoir, Odyssey (2014), and his essays in the Taos News. He teaches Race, Class and Ethnicity at UNM-Taos and is a photographer and faculty member for SOMOS, the literary organization of Taos.