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Corbin Louis releases music and poetry

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This summer, IAS alum Corbin Louis (B.A. Culture, Literature & the Arts 2014; MFA in Creative Writing & Poetics 2017)  has been active in the poetry and music communities in Seattle, finding ways to share his work with a variety of audiences. Louis, a Seattle artist with deep roots in slam poetry and DIY music, says of his practice, "as a UW Bothell alum, my goal is to write with a reason. For me that means ...

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Brinda Sarathy: 12 Women Scholars on undercitation of scholarship by women and people of color

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12 Women Scholars, an environmental history writing group that includes IAS dean Brinda Sarathy, has issued a challenge to scholarly journals and presses. The group posted “A Disturbing Pattern” on the Inside Higher Ed website, exposing a pattern of inadequately citing or entirely omitting the scholarship of women and people of color in ...

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Scott Bentley receives fellowships from Hugo House and Mineral School

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IAS alum Scott Bentley (MFA 2021) has been selected as a 2021-2022 Hugo Fellow by Seattle's Hugo House. The fellowship supports emerging writers in the Seattle area who are working to complete a proposed project. Bentley will use the fellowship to continue working on his manuscript of visual and translation poetry Bwai \ Remapping, which began as his MFA thesis. The poems rely ...

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Akshara Balakrishnan signs on as a Cohort Operations and Programs Coordinator at the Q-Center

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Akshara Balakrishnan, Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies ('21), is now at the UW Seattle Q-Center, working on creating a cohort for trans femmes of color. This space is open to both UW students and non-students alike. Akshara, who was GWSS Student Representative for the 2020-21 academic year, is excited to ...

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Margaret H. Redsteer named Tribes and Indigenous Peoples chapter lead for 5th National Climate Assessment

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IAS faculty member Margaret H. Redsteer has been selected as the chapter lead for the Tribes and Indigenous Peoples chapter of the Fifth National Climate Assessment (NCA5). Redsteer will work with Rachel Novak from the Bureau of Indian Affairs Climate Change Adaptation Program as the coordinating lead. Redsteer’s role as chapter lead includes ...

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