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Jeremy Richards infuses leadership development with cultural studies

Jeremy Richards

Jeremy Richards ('10) chose the M.A. in Cultural Studies for its interdisciplinary, practice-based approach.  An accomplished radio producer, writer, and actor rooted in the Seattle arts community, Richards desired a program that would stretch his creativity while broadening his professional options. As a  graduate student, he focused on the writings and music of Friedrich Nietzsche, culminating in the creation and production of "Nietzsche! The Musical."

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Frances Lee named to Bitch 50 list

Frances Lee

2nd year M.A. in Cultural Studies student Frances Lee has been named to the first ever Bitch 50. This list curated by intersectional feminist media organization bitch media "recognizes the most impactful creators, artists, and activists in pop culture whose imaginations extend beyond normalizing and affirming the same mainstream messages" and "highlights the firsts and the pioneers; the people who created a ripple or a path from the margins to the center."

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Santiago Lopez speaks at Climate Change, Natural Hazard, and Sustainable Cities Conference in Busan, Korea

Busan Conference

As part of his collaborative work with Jin-Kyu Jung and colleagues from the Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences on "Hybrid Epistemologies of Environmental Change," IAS faculty member Santiago Lopez gave an invited talk at the Climate Change, Natural Hazard, and Sustainable Cities Conference in Busan, Korea. His talk explored the conceptualization of climate change as a ‘hybrid phenomenon’ and ...

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micha cárdenas presents keynote at Digital Humanities and Computer Science 2017 Colloquium

micha cárdenas

IAS faculty member micha cárdenas presented the keynote at the Digital Humanities and Computer Science 2017 Colloquium on November 17, 2017 at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, IL. Her talk, "Poetic Operations: Towards Algorithmic Analysis" urges digital humanists, designers and computer scientists to make an honest attempt to solve the most significant problems of our day, and demonstrates how her work does so by ...

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Atkinson, Cram, and Romero present at the Knowledge/Cultures/Ecology conference in Santiago, Chile

Atkinson, Cram, Romero

As part of their IAS Research Interest Group on "Expanding the Environmental Humanities," faculty members Jennifer AtkinsonShannon Cram, and Adam Romero presented at the Knowledge/Cultures/Ecologies InternationalConference in Santiago, Chile. Their talks traced the resurgence of farmer's markets to their historical roots in the 1960s counterculture; explored

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