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Deborah Caplow teaches and organizes exhibit in Oaxaca, Mexico

Deborah Caplow

IAS faculty member Deborah Caplow spent July in Oaxaca, Mexico where she organized an exhibition of graphic art that will take place there in November 2018.  She also taught a week-long course on the Mexican printmaker Leopoldo Méndez, his group the Taller de Gráfica Popular, and contemporary printmaking in Oaxaca, at the Instituto de Artes Gráficas in Oaxaca. The course ...

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Silvia Ferreira presents at 14th International Conference of the Brazilian Studies Association

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IAS faculty member Silvia C. Ferreira presented at the 14th International Conference of the Brazilian Studies Association (BRASA) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Silvia spoke on a panel titled “Postwar Immigration, Gender, and Urban Life.” Her talk explored Arab women’s roles in political events such as ...

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Schindler and Price publish “Bad Science: Exploring the unethical research behind a putative memory supplement”

bottle of so-called memory helper

Abbie Schindler and IAS faculty member Becca Price published a teaching module called “Bad Science: Exploring the unethical research behind a putative memory supplement” in CourseSource. In the lesson, students evaluate the evidence that Quincy Bioscience has published on its website advertising the memory supplement Prevagen®. Through their own analysis, students discover that the website is misleading: there are fundamental problems ...

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Masahiro Sugano screens his feature documentary “Cambodian Son” at Yunnan University in Kunming, China

Masahiro Sugano

IAS faculty member Masahiro Sugano was invited to present his award winning feature documentary “Cambodian Son” at The Lancang—Mekong Anthropology Documentary Forum from July 25-28, 2018. The 3-day forum included a curated exhibition of documentary films from the Lancang-Mekong river countries and regions, and related public programs, such as Q&A sessions, workshops and regional panel discussions. The educational event was organized by ...

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Anida Yoeu Ali exhibits in Two Major Taiwanese Cities

Buddhist Bug exhibit in Taiwan

IAS faculty member Anida Yoeu Ali exhibits in a new group show titled “South Wind Rises: Asia-Pacific Contemporary Art Exhibition” held at the Taipei historical landmark the National Taiwan Art Education Center. The exhibition opened July 3, 2018 and will run until September 9, 2018. On view from Ali’s Ali’s “The Buddhist Bug” project are ...

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