Rachel Epp Buller is a feminist art historian printmaker book artist professor and mother of three. She holds a PhD in art history and an MFA in creative practice. Much of her artistic, written, and curatorial work has addressed the maternal body and feminist care in contemporary art contexts. Her current writing and artistic research explores slow practices, such as walking and stitching, with a particular focus on letter-writing as an act of relational care and a radical intervention into practices of academic scholarship. She privileges collaboration across disciplines and geographies, including her edited books Reconciling Art and Mothering (Ashgate / Routledge) and Inappropriate Bodies: Art, Design, and Maternity (Demeter), and curatorial projects with staff at the Ulrich Museum of Art, Wichita Art Museum, Kauffman Museum, Spencer Museum of Art, and Das Verborgene Museum. She has contributed essays to many edited collections, journals, and exhibition catalogues, and she reviews books and exhibitions for Woman’s Art Journal, Hyperallergic, and Journal of the Motherhood Initiative. She exhibits and speaks about her work internationally, including at Scuola Internazionale di Grafica, Venice / Universität der angewandte Kunst, Vienna / Mission Grafica, San Francisco / Flutgraben, Berlin / Upominki, Rotterdam / Ryerson University, Toronto / MASS MoCA / South Bank University, London. She is a two-time Fulbright US Scholar (2010-11 to Germany and 2021-22 to Canada), a regional coordinator of The Feminist Art Project, a board member of the National Women’s Caucus for Art, and Professor of Visual Arts and Design at Bethel College (KS/US).