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Lauren Lichty and Janelle Silva both published papers in a special issue of the American Journal of Community Psychology

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IAS faculty members Lauren Lichty and Janelle Silva both published papers in a special issue of the American Journal of Community Psychology called “Ethical Challenges in Community Psychology Research & Practice.” Co-authored with Eylin Palamaro-Munsell...

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Ted Hiebert published Naturally Postnatural: Catalyst: Jennifer Willet

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IAS faculty member Ted Hiebert published Naturally Postnatural: Catalyst: Jennifer Willet (Noxious Sector Press, 2017), an edited collection of writings by prominent artists and scientists in the field of bioart, inspired by the work of artist and educator Jennifer Willet. With contributions by...

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Ted Hiebert’s co-authored book Ludic Dreaming: How to Listen Away from Contemporary Technoculture was reviewed

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IAS faculty member Ted Hiebert’s co-authored book Ludic Dreaming: How to Listen Away from Contemporary Technoculture was reviewed by Andrew Hugill for...

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Shannon Cram receives fellowship from the Vermont Studio Center

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IAS faculty member Shannon Cram received a fellowship from the Vermont Studio Center where she will be a Writer in Residence for two weeks in January.  The focus of Cram's residency will be her current book project, Unmaking the Bomb: Nuclear Cleanup and the Politics of Impossibility, which explores the complex politics of remediation at Washington State’s Hanford Nuclear Reservation. Home to more than two-thirds of the nation’s high-level nuclear waste and the largest environmental cleanup in human history, Hanford is tasked with managing toxic materials that ...

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Lauren Berliner’s research cited in Mother Jones magazine

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IAS faculty member Lauren Berliner’s collaborative research with Nora Kenworthy was cited in the cover story of the most recent edition of Mother Jones magazine.  The feature, entitled “Go Fund Yourself: Begging for health care in the new safety net,” draws on Berliner and Kenworthy’s finding that online marketing skills correlate with income, thus reproducing social inequality in social media fundraising environments.  Berliner and Kenworthy’s original research ...

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