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Karam Dana named first Alyson McGregor Distinguished Professorship of Transformative Research

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IAS faculty member Karam Dana has been approved by the UW Regents as the holder of the “Alyson McGregor Distinguished Professorship of Transformative Research.”  He will hold the professorship for the next five years, renewable for another term depending on funding. Dana's research agenda concerns ...

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David Goldstein chairs Multiethnic Pedagogies panel

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IAS faculty member David Goldstein served as chair and respondent for a panel, “Multiethnic Pedagogies,” at a virtual conference of the Society for the Study of the Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States (MELUS) in which ...

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MFA candidate Troy Landrum, Jr publishes in South Seattle Emerald

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Troy Landrum, Jr recently published a work of short fiction, “The New Life,” in the South Seattle Emerald. Landrum is a second-year candidate in the MFA in Creative Writing & Poetics program, currently completing his thesis, a work of historical fiction that traces the Great Migration through the history of a Black family. In addition to his writing ...

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The enduring impact of mentoring connections

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The Winter/Spring issue of UW Bothell Magazine highlights the power of mentorship and features IAS alumni Tadashi Shiga ('96), Emily Anderson ('09), and Bianca Borjas ('17), and current student Cindy Yang. In the article, “The enduring impact of mentoring connections,” ...

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Camille Walsh: “'Taxpayer dollars' — the origins of austerity’s racist catchphrase”

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IAS faculty member Camille Walsh published “'Taxpayer dollars' — the origins of austerity’s racist catchphrase” in MotherJones.com.  “The phrase 'taxpayer dollars,'” Walsh writes, “has a populist, even democratic ring to it. Gone are the days when we referred to the treasury as 'the king’s purse' or ...

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