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S. Charusheela and Colin Danby presented their research on “Decentering Race, Gender, and Class – Thinking Beyond Capitalism and Economy”

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IAS faculty members S. Charusheela and Colin Danby presented their research on “Decentering Race, Gender, and Class – Thinking Beyond Capitalism and Economy” in Berlin, Germany.  Drawing on the work of J.K. Gibson-Graham, they...

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Shannon Cram presents her work on nuclear politics and policy

IAS faculty member Shannon Cram presented a paper about her current book project, Unmaking the Bomb: Nuclear Life and the Politics of Impossibility, at the Neubauer Collegium for Culture and Society in Chicago in April.

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Carrie Bodle selected for exhibition at the NY Hall of Science

IAS faculty member Carrie Bodle exhibits two works from her Waveforms and Wavelines series at the New York Hall of Science as part of the Science Inspires Art: OCEAN  exhibition organized by Art & Science Collaborations (ASCI) and co-juried by Diana Moore, D&R Greenway Art Galleries, and John Stegeman, Senior Scientist & Director at the Center of Ocean and Human Health at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. The exhibition presents ...

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Adam Romero co-edits newly published Genealogies of Environmentalism: The Lost Works of Clarence Glacken

Genealogies of Environmentalism

IAS faculty member Adam Romero, in collaboration with S. Ravi Rajan and Michael Watts, is co-editor of Genealogies of Environmentalism: The Lost Works of Clarence Glackenrecently released by The University of Virginia Press. In 1967, Clarence Glacken published Traces on the Rhodian Shore, considered one of the most important books on environmental issues published in the twentieth century. This volume collects previously unpublished works written by Glacken following the publication of Traces.

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Amy Lambert’s work on the island marble butterfly featured on KCTS9

Amy Lambert

IAS faculty member Amy Lambert’s work on preserving and studying the island marble butterfly is featured in “A Climate Rescue Mission for Puget Sound’s Rare Butterfly” on the KCTS9 site. The article notes: “The island marble is considered one of the rarest butterflies in North America, only found in a small section of this island’s small national historic park.” Lambert is quoted in the article:

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