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Jason Lambacher presents paper on Wilderness, Wildness, and Cross-cultural Dialogue

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IAS faculty member Jason Lambacher presented an environmental political theory paper titled, "Wilderness, Wildness, and Cross-cultural Dialogue," at the Just Sustainability -- Hope for the Commons conference, hosted by Seattle University's Center for Environmental Justice & Sustainability on August 7-9.  Lambacher's paper examines social justice critiques of ...

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Aeron Bergman and Alejandra Salinas exhibited work in Jakarta, and curate a year-long program in Oslo, Norway

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IAS faculty members Aeron Bergman and Alejandra Salinas show their video “Abstract Your Shit Is” at the Jakarta International Documentary and Experimental Film Festival, as part of the program titled “The Politics of Language – From Subjection to Subjectivity”, curated by Ruth Noack (curator Documenta 12). The have also been asked ...

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UWave Radio awarded Cultural Equipment Program Grant from 4Culture

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UWave Radio received a grant from 4Culture through the 2016 Cultural Equipment Program to support community access to FM radio at KUWU-LP 104.9FM. The application was authored by Media & Communication Studies student Jathiya Hilber, with support from other UW Bothell and Cascadia students. It reads ...

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MFA alum Natalie Singer-Velush selected as finalist for Autumn House Press nonfiction prize

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MFA in Creative Writing & Poetics alum Natalie Singer-Velush (’16) has been chosen as a finalist for Autumn House Press’s nonfiction prize.  Selected from more than 1,000 manuscript entries, her memoir, California Calling, traces Singer-Velulsh’s relocation from Canada to California at age sixteen and explores moments of being silenced before finding her voice. Her manuscript was largely written as she was completing her MFA program and seeking small press publishers.  Singer-Velush was enticed by ...

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Barbara Noah co-directs "Interdisciplinary Studio Art & Italian Culture" in Rome

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IAS faculty member Barbara Noah co-directed her third iteration of, Interdisciplinary Studio Art & Italian Culture, a UW Study Abroad program at the University of Washington Rome Center. Noah created the program for students from UW Bothell, as well as the Seattle and Tacoma campuses.  This year, the students visited art and cultural sites in and outside Rome, explored concepts and processes in ancient through contemporary art, and ...

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