May 2018

Becca Price publishes on how scholars with Ph.D.s in biomedical fields identify as scientists

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IAS faculty member Becca Price, along with colleagues in the UW School of Medicine and the UW School of Nursing, published a paper, "Competing Discourses of Scientific Identity among Postdoctoral Scholars in the Biomedical Sciences," in CBE-Life Sciences Education about how scholars with Ph.D.s in biomedical fields identify as scientists. These scholars, known as postdoctoral fellows, are in temporary positions between receiving their Ph.D.s and finding a permanent career path. Traditionally ...

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Yolanda Padilla publishes "Literary Revolutions in the Borderlands: Transnational Dimensions of the Mexican Revolution and its Diaspora in the United States"

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IAS faculty member Yolanda Padilla published a book chapter, "Literary Revolutions in the Borderlands: Transnational Dimensions of the Mexican Revolution and its Diaspora in the United States," in The Cambridge History of Latina/o Literature. Padilla's chapter uses what she calls a transnational Chicanx studies framework to analyze literary responses to the Revolution by Mexicans in the United States. Taken together, the diverse writings  ...

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Kevin Kim publishes “Against the ‘American Century,’ Toward a Third World New Left: The Case of Helen Mears”

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IAS faculty member Kevin Y. Kim has published an article in Diplomatic History, the official journal of the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations, published by Oxford University Press. Titled “Against the ‘American Century,’ Toward a Third World New Left: The Case of Helen Mears,” Kim’s article examines the foreign policy ideas and politics of journalist Helen Mears, a little-known U.S. Cold War critic who fell from World War II-era national prominence as a result of her Cold War-era dissent against a rising U.S. national security state after World War II.

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Johanna Crane co-edits themed issue of Medicine Anthropology Theory

IAS faculty member Johanna Crane, along with Nora Kenworthy (School of Nursing & Health Studies, UW Bothell) and Lynn Thomas (Department of History, UW Seattle), co-edited a themed issue of the open-access web journal Medicine Anthropology Theory (MAT).  The issue examines the notion of “partnership” as it is used in global health and related fields, and includes contributions from UW faculty and students who participated in a related project ...

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Kevin Kim publishes in A Companion to Korean American Studies

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IAS faculty member Kevin Y. Kim has published a book chapter in a “state of the field” volume from Brill Publishers, A Companion to Korean American Studies. This major international volume presents interdisciplinary works from established and emerging scholars in Korean American Studies, spanning history, gender relations, cultural formations, social relations, and politics. Drawing from his larger work on postcolonial Korea and ...

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